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DSDJ: Deaf Studies Digital Journal
The Deaf Studies Digital Journal (DSDJ) is a peer-reviewed, online journal dedicated to advancing the cultural, creative and critical work in and about signed languages and their communities. A multilingual publication, DSDJ features both signed and written languages, primarily, but not limited to, American Sign Language, International Sign Language, and English. The Deaf Studies Digital Journal offers critical essays in Deaf Cultural Studies, original works of signed literature, visual art, film, video, interviews, reviews, historical sources, and community news.
Films on Demand Resources
American Sign Language: Level 1
This two-part series uses clear demonstrations and frequent review to help learners master the basics of ASL. With subtitled vocabulary lists, receptive skills practice sessions, and question-and-answer sections in both programs, the series is designed to enable viewers to have signed conversations with Deaf people. 2-part series, 54–61 minutes each.
Advanced American Sign Language
(2004) This series utilizes the skills and techniques of performers and teachers with extensive experience in the Deaf community and Deaf education. Each individual program presents a lecture, signed by Angela Stratiy, that focuses on a significant facet of ASL. The lecture is then followed by several stories signed in ASL by Deaf signers chosen to represent a variety of signing styles and regional signs within the Deaf community. Delve into the silent world of ASL and experience this complex and elegant language first hand.
Ebsco's ASL & Deaf Culture Databases
The journals identified below are indexed within the EBSCOhost databases above. The bold titles contain full-text articles.
- American Annals of the Deaf
- Cochlear Implants International: An Interdisciplinary Journal
- Deafness & Education International
- Ear & Hearing
- Escritura Alfabética de la Lengua de Signos Española. Once Lecciones
- Hearing Health
- Hearing Journal
- Hearing Loss Magazine
- Hearing Research
- Journal of Deaf Studies & Deaf Education
- Journal of the American Deafness & Rehabilitation Association (JADARA)
- Seminars in Hearing
- Sign Language & Linguistics
- Sign Language Studies
- Volta Review
Off Campus Database Access Instructions
Access the databases directly using your Mott4Me portal login. (Fall 2021)
Discover your 14 digit barcode on your portal page - lower right side. Use your student ID number and barcode for Koha, MyLibro, and MelCat requests.
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