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The Library of Congress, the nation's
largest library, is accessible and open
to the public. This information is
designed to inform the public of
accessible resources.

The Library has taken many steps to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Primarily, the Library provides accommodations in the following manner:

The Library of Congress American Sign Language Interpreting Services Program (ASL/ISP) will provide interpreting services (American Sign Language, Contact Signing, Oral and/or Tactile) if requested five business days in advance of the event, and makes every effort to accommodate needs for interpreting services. Call (202) 707-6362 (TTY/voice) to make a specific request. For other ADA accommodations please contact the Disability Employment Program manager/ADA Coordinator at (202) 707-9948 (TTY) or (202) 707-7544 (voice).

A variety of technical and programmatic accommodations have been implemented to serve the public and can be found via the links listed on the right-hand side of this page.

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