“ASL Version of Church History DVD Now Available through Distribution,” Ensign, Feb. 2007, 78
ASL Version of Church History DVD Now Available through Distribution
Recently released is the American Sign Language (ASL) version of the DVD titled Church History, which was made available by the Church earlier this year. This DVD set, a compilation of Church history videos, including footage many members have never seen before, is part of the Home and Family Collection intended to enrich instruction and learning in the home.
The set includes three DVDs containing footage from 29 videos and takes viewers on a visual journey through a century and a half of Church history. Many of the segments are quite rare. One segment, LDS Leaders of the Past, includes black-and-white footage from the first half of the twentieth century.
The set contains almost eight hours of footage and is packaged with a booklet that includes ideas and questions for discussion.
“It’s not just a collection of videos,” said Doug Hind, development designer for the Curriculum Department. “We designed it to be a teaching and learning tool for individuals, families, and teachers.”
Sold individually for U.S. $6 (item no. 54116010), the Church History DVD ASL version is available at distribution centers.