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In accordance with Art. 9(3) and (4) of the Act on sign language and other means of communication of August 19, 2011 (Journal of Laws No. 209 item 1243), The State Archives Head Office would like to announce that it offers a sign language interpretation service to eligible individuals, in addition to the following means of facilitating communication:
The use of the online sign language interpreter service is free of charge and requires no prior booking.
The online sign language interpreter service can be accessed in one of two ways:
- By visiting The State Archives Head Office building whose lobby features an area marked as offering access to the service. A staff member (using a camera-equipped computer) will establish a connection with a sign language interpreter. The interpreter then serves as the intermediary in the conversation between the visitor and the staff member. The conversation takes place in real time.
- The service can also be used from the comfort of your home. You need an electronic device (a PC, laptop or tablet) with a camera and Internet access. The service can be accessed from The State Archives Head Office website by clicking the appropriate icon: