Featured Titles Living Language introduces American Sign Language for Librarians: an essential tool for reaching more patrons while on the job

Do you live in a community with a sizable Deaf population, or do you simply wish to offer more accessibility to patrons in your library? Developed by librarians and American Sign Language (ASL) experts, Living Language’s American Sign Language for Librarians is an essential tool for reaching out and communicating with your Deaf patrons and developing your library sciences career.

Topics covered in American Sign Language for Librarians include:

  • Welcoming New Patrons
  • Getting to Know the Library
  • Accessing Digital Resources
  • Programs at the Library
  • and Accessibility at the Library
  • Each lesson contains video flashcards teaching the most useful library-specific vocabulary related to the lesson topic, cultural notes on Deaf culture to help you communicate appropriately and effectively, simple grammar notes explaining the fundamentals of American Sign Language, and multiple interactive games to help test your knowledge of the American Sign Language you’ve learned.

    We are thrilled to offer this course, designed specifically for librarians, through Living Language for Libraries. We also offer Spanish on the Job for Librarians.

    For more on our Essential American Sign Language course, a great resource to offer your patrons, click here.

    living_languageIf you would like to learn about our full offerings and digital programs for libraries, please visit www.livinglanguagelibraries.com. If you already have a free trial code, click here to get started.

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