Gallaudet University Archives Rare books, periodicals, photographs and documents have been digitized. They can be downloaded and read even if you are not a Gallaudet University student.
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.
Many of the article databases and electronic resources found in OneSearch require a campus login, and are limited to current CSUN students, faculty and staff only. After logging in you need to complete multifactor authentication through DUO as with other campus systems.
Choosing a good topic is a balancing act. Not too narrow. Not too broad. How can you tell if you're on the right path?
As a general guideline, topics with 2 - 3 concepts are workable:
Only one concept is too broad:
More than three concepts is usually too narrow:
The above guidelines are based on information from Walden University Library. A brief exercise in choosing the best research question is available from SUNY Empire State College.
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