|Signing SavvyThis is one of the multitude of video dictionaries available online. It shows multiple ways a sign can be conveyed (although pay attention to the order of the tabs on each entry; "ASL 1" means a sign will be more commonly understood than "ASL 2").
|Fingerspelling Alphabet ChartsAlso from Dr. Bill's website, these charts of the ASL alphabet, labelled and unlabelled, are useful wallpapers or printables to help you memorize the handshapes!
|Deaf CoffeeThis helpful site lists meetups and social events for the Deaf and signing communities. The list is not exhaustive, but if you want to find a place to practice your ASL with other signers, this can help!
|Fingerspelling Practice Drill GameDr. Bill Vicars is a respected Deaf teacher of ASL in the American Deaf communities. His free website hosts this simple game to help you learn to read fingerspelling, along with other ASL practice games!