If you want to learn a new language, the common wisdom says the best way is by immersing yourself in it. But how do you immerse yourself in a language that isn't spoken by a majority anywhere? And what do you do if most classes that are available to you are taught by non-native speakers? That is the situation usually faced by students who want to learn Australian Sign Language, or Auslan. With an increased demand for this kind of learning, Visions takes a closer look at the Auslan studies being offered to future teachers in the Melbourne Graduate School of Education in conjunction with Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE.