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How do I find information on american sign language (ASL)?

Last Updated: Aug 09, 2013  |  14 Views

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The 3 campus libraries provides resources for american sign language including sources for a research paper.  You can either search our MC online catalog or our databases for full-text articles. The easiest way is to go directly to our ASL Research Guide.  This guide provides a variety of resources including books, databases to search for full-text articles, and Web sites to assist you with your american sign language (ASL) assignments.

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