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American Sign Language - English Interpretation/Teaching ASL

Resources available for off-campus students doing research on ASL/English interpretation and teaching ASL.

Summon search box

Search for scholarly journal articles, books, dissertations, ERIC documents, and other online resources using the Summon search box on the Libraries homepage

Results are listed by relevance so make use of Publication Date limiter, along with Content type and Subject limiters to reduce number of results.  Note the 'Cited by' feature for journal articles included in Web of Science Social Sciences Citation Index to lead you to more recent articles.

Services for Distance/Off-Campus Students

Below is the link to the form that you can use if you need to request a journal article that is not available electronically or have a book mailed to you:

Electronic reserves

This online resource provides access to course materials for all students to view.  It is accessible by faculty name or by the course number through the 'Reserve' tab.  

This is also the place to access user names and passwords for some library electronic resources that require these.  Both faculty name and course number are "library reference."

Starting places to find recommended sites

Browse the following portals to find recommended web sites on your topic