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New Citation InfoGuide

Published: Feb 18 2022

We have a new Citation InfoGuide containing resources for a variety of citation information. These resources include free sites made available by APA, MLA, IEEE, and Chicago, library resources that support a variety of styles, citation management tools, and recommended free citation generators. The guide can be found via the same drop-down menu under the “Research Help” tab on the library’s homepage, by searching for citation in the search bar on the library’s infoguide landing page, or via the link.

February Newsletter

Published: Feb 14 2022

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 Febrary 2022


Franco-American Partnership in Deaf Education Book Talk

Published: Dec 07 2021


Please join us for a Franco-American Partnership book talk, a special presentation sponsored by the RADSCC, MSSE, and Joan Naturale, our NTID Librarian who will be moderating the event. Chris Kurz and Mireille Golaszewski, the authors will discuss the new book and bilingual pedagogical materials on the legacy of the Franco-American partnership in Deaf education, highlighting milestones in the partnership.

NTID Liberal Studies Resources

Published: Oct 19 2021

Did you know the Department of Liberal Studies has a website? You can find information about Liberal Studies courses, programs etc. including Deaf Studies. 

Facebook: @NTIDDLS

Twitter: @NTIDDLS


Published: Oct 15 2021



"Becoming Helen Keller" Broadcast Tues 10/19 at 9 pm on PBS

Published: Oct 13 2021

A new American Masters film about Helen Keller will be broadcast Tues. 10/19 at 9 pm on PBS.

Deaf Studies Faculty Position Opening

Published: Oct 09 2021

Tenure Track Faculty 5958BR National Technical Institute for the Deaf NTID Liberal Studies

Detailed Job Description The Department of Liberal Studies at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf invite applications for one faculty position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. The position is a 9-month, tenure-track appointment. Application reviews will begin during Fall 2021. The new Deaf Cultural Studies Assistant or Associate Professor will: