The Maryland Deaf Culture Digital Library, the result of a bill that was passed into law, is the “first stop” information center that will provide Maryland residents, local public library staff, college and university librarians and other libraries in the state of Maryland with access to:
- online resources on deaf culture,
- a comprehensive electronic collection of deaf resources,
- deaf cultural programs, and
- training programs for library staff.
While the DCDL’s services are still being developed, it has created an online guide for library patrons and staff alike, featuring resources about Deaf Culture, American Sign Language, accessibility, and more. Find the Deaf Culture Digital Library resource guide here.