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ASL/Carlstrom Deaf Studies: Guide Home


Getting Started—Deaf Studies & Interpreting Research 

Use this Quick guide highlighting important resources in ASL research! Get advice & searching tips for conducting ASL research.

Recommended databases for ASL/Carlstrom Deaf Studies

Recommended Reference Books

Recommended from the Main Stacks

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Deaf/Hearing Impaired people and culture.

HV 2350-2999
   Deaf Education. Interpreters for the deaf. HV 2403-2470
   Sign Language HV 2471-2499

      American Sign Language

HV 2476

Recommended Journals for ASL/Carlstrom Deaf Studies

Open-Access E-Theses and Dissertations

Be aware that many of the recommended databases on the "Databases" tab will also contain theses and dissertations. 

Students in the ASL/Carlstrom Deaf Studies program will typically use APA style in their academic research. Here are some helpful resources.


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