Students of Ms. Holmberg

Hello, ASL students!  
Here on this page you will find most, if not all, of your research needs for your ASL project.  
Please note that there is a shelf in the SW corner of the library filled with ASL-related books.  You can search our online catalog here.
As always if you have any questions about resources, please don't hesitate to ask Mrs. Parker-Haas!

Deaf History over the Centuries 

Ancient Greeks viewed Deaf people as incapable of reason – in particular, Aristotle maintained that people learned language through hearing it and speaking; Deaf people were incapable of hearing - therefore incapable of learning and higher thought.

Your mission: Present information in an Interesting visual and spoken format for the class – YouTube video, PowerPoint/Keynote, Posterboard, Prezi, Skit, Re-enactment.

**You can find a copy of your assignment at the bottom of this webpage.

The following DATABASES are paid for by the library and available for you to search among thousands of magazines, newspapers, journals, and other sources:

USERNAME: jfkchs

PASSWORD: lancers

ProQuest Research Library   This is probably your best resource.  You can narrow down the search by publication type and title, dates, topic, language, and many other factors.

SIRS Discoverer (General Research Database) 

eLibrary Curriculum 

History Study Center 

CQ Researcher:   Reference resource for research in American government, politics, history, public policy, and current affairs. 

Here are some GENERAL RESOURCES that might be helpful:

How do I cite those sources?!  Go to The OWL at Purdue University for the best, and most up-to-date information on MLA format.

Jennifer Haas,
Dec 2, 2016, 9:06 AM