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Global Diversity in Deaf Culture

Looking for a unique study experience?  Global Diversity in Deaf Culture

Study alongside students in the Program of Sign Language Interpretation at Douglas College and develop a deeper understanding of Deaf culture.

You will learn definitions and theories of culture, studying the history of Deaf people around the world. Implications for current services and education for deaf people will also be examined.

The Instruction will be in American Sign Language (ASL). This course will be taking place at the David Lam Campus in Coquitlam.

The Evergreen skytrain line extension is  open; the campus is at the Lafarge Lake-Douglas Station.

CRN 13992
INTR 1285 001
Tuesday afternoons, 2:30-5:20
Classes: January 9 to April 10, 2018
Room: B2350,
David Lam Campus, Coquitlam
Instructor: Nigel Howard

If you have questions regarding the course, email us at intr@douglascollege.ca

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