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Hi Everyone, I'm Megan

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Hello everyone, my name is Megan. I am 26 years old and I am getting my masters in library and information science. I decided to join this site in hopes of bettering my sign language. I first learned ASL from a friend in college, but he has sadly moved away and I feel like I am losing the skill. I am excited to find someone -or multiple people, you know, the more the merrier- to get signing again. Thanks!

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Hi Megan. There are chat rooms here for use to practice. Though they're not very well populated. There's also Glide. I know of a few ASL practice chat groups on there. Good luck. 

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