ASL Instruction

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Just last week a student registered for one of the Libraries workshops that I was the instructor for and sent me an e-mail requesting an ASL interpreter.  What do you do?  It's pretty easy to request an interpreter from Disability Services.
Just fill out this form:  http://ds.umn.edu/OnlineForms/ICU_RequestForm.html

Unfortunately, the student now has a conflict, so I can't give you a run down as to how it went.

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Thanks for sharing and good to know. Might be interesting to link to Diversity Collaborative blog as well: http://blog.lib.umn.edu/grayjl/doc/

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