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Deaf Studies

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Please contact me for more information or for follow-up appointments if you have questions about using any of the Oviatt Library's resources. My contact information can be found under Librarian heading.

APA 6th and 7th Editions Freely Available Online

Until May 25th 2020, Redshelf is making the APA 6th edition ebook available for free. Create your own individual Redshelf account to login and view the book. 

Until May 25th 2020, Redshelf is making the APA 7th edition ebook available for free. Create your own individual Redshelf account to login and view the book. 

 

Free Electronic Resources for CSUN Students & Faculty

Many publishers are making resources freely available during the COVID-19 crisis.

Here is a link to a detailed list.

SAGE Deaf Studies Encyclopedia

From publisher's website: "This in-depth encyclopedic collection of articles defines the current state of Deaf Studies at an international level. This new encyclopedia shifts away from the 'Medical/Pathological Model', and instead has the focus on deaf people as members of a distinct cultural group with a distinct and vibrant community and way of being."

 

Resources from Other Universities

Gallaudet University Library Deaf Collections and Archives Rare books and periodicals have been digitized. They can be downloaded and read even if you are not a Gallaudet University student.

Historical photos and documents from Gallaudet University are also available.

The Gallaudet video library has streaming videos of plays, presentations, lectures and more. 

Rochester Institute of Technology/National Technical Institute of the Deaf RIT/NTID Deaf Studies Archive. Primary resources, artwork, videos and books document the founding and growth of NTID. Has collections relating to the international deaf community as well.

RIT/NTID Deaf Art/Deaf Artists features over 40 Deaf and hard of hearing artists and numerous resources and materials.

Document Reader