MSSE 700 History of Deaf Educational Thought: Introduction



Image: Photograph of Gallaudet and Alice Cogswell at the American School for the Deaf

This guide will assist you in finding information for your project on the Deaf experience in education, language, and the mainstream. In general, Deaf-related resources tend to be in the HV2300-HV2600 area for books (4th floor including OVERSIZE books), bound journals (2nd floor) and DVDs (1st floor, Deaf Media).

Check out the MSSE Guide and the 19th Century Deaf Rochester Guide for more ideas and resources.

Your professor would like you to use at least 8 sources and your project can be a poster, a PowerPoint, a signed video, a paper, a skit, or another creative product. The required citation style is Chicago.

If you have questions, feel free to contact me, Joan Naturale - I am the NTID and Deaf Studies Librarian and happy to help.


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