...in the hope that we can provide a starting point for those interested in learning about deafness and deaf culture. If you have suggestions for links not included here, please let us know.
Deaf-Blind Guidelines and Resources is an 82-page guidebook from the State Department of Education, Division of Special Education. It is a compilation from various sources and is to be considered as "best practices" in the assessment, identification, and instruction of students with Deaf-Blindness.
in document format
in pdf format
Education of the Deaf
This site is full of information for students planning to enter the field of education of the deaf.
American Annals of the Deaf
This long-lived academic journal is a must for anyone pursuing Deaf Studies.
Books from Gallaudet University Press
A collection of deaf studies books.
Gallaudet University: Deaf Studies
The department of Deaf Studies at Gallaudet University in Washington, DC.
Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education
Academic journal devoted to deaf studies.
Resource guide for deaf studies from the Wallace library at RIT. Includes topics such as deaf in literature.
About American Deaf Culture
An essay from this publisher of deaf-related media.
Quicktime videos of ASL stories and ASL poetry. Home page has a video of a smiling, cute child signing "ASL stories."
Captioned movies are shown daily in two theaters in Knoxville. To be on the mailing list, send a blank email message to subscribe. Then follow the directions in the email that comes back to you.
Resources on Deaf Artists
Information from the R.I.T. Library on resources on deaf artists
If you are part of or know of a school for the deaf that is not listed, let us know and we will be happy to add your school listing.
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