MCPL Seeking Input on Maryland Deaf Culture Digital Library Website

Montgomery County Public Libraries is partnering with the Maryland State Library in seeking feedback from the Deaf community on information that should be included in its new Maryland Deaf Culture Digital Library website.

The new website will be the digital path to the Maryland Deaf Culture Digital Library, a statewide information center on Deaf resources for residents and library staff at public libraries, colleges and universities, according to a news release.

Montgomery County Public Libraries hosts the current website, which features information and resources on American Sign Language and Deaf Culture including history, literature, and the arts.

Residents interested in providing feedback can do so by completing an 18-question survey found online through September 30.

The new website is expected to launch early winter 2018.

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