Lending Library

The Lending Library is a committee of one dedicated WSRID member who maintains a catalog of study materials relating to ASL, Deaf culture, and interpreting.  Check out the listing below.  

Committee coordinator: Stacey Bright -- wsrid.library@gmail.com

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Committee duties: 

Skills needed/preferred: 

Help needed:

To request material from the WSRID Lending Library contact Stacey Bright at wsrid.library@gmail.com
Checkout from the Lending Library is free to members.
Materials will be mailed free of charge.
Members are responsible for paying for the cost to return the videotape/CD/DVD. Check out is for two weeks.
Late returns will be charged $0.50/day.

Lending Library is now open beginning April 01, 2017!!!

CD/DVDs

Brenda Arron workshops

  1. “Lost” sign music Wendy Carbonel - Brenda
  2. ASL III – Aron
  3. Brenda Aron ITP 2nd year
  4. Orientation to Deafness – GPC
  5. Deaf Humor - PowerPoint Handouts Notes – B. Aron 2006
  6. ASL Storytelling - PowerPoint - B Aron May 2004
  7. Hank’s Story
  8. Strategic Interaction workshop P.P. - B Aron May 2004

Culture

  1. An Introduction to American Deaf Culture: Language & Traditions
  2. An Introduction to American Deaf Culture: Group Norms
  3. An Introduction to American Deaf Culture
  4. An Introduction to American Deaf Culture: Identity
  5. ASL, Interpreting & Deaf Culture – your source for Sign Enhancers (6B –ASL Vocabulary)
  6. ASL, Interpreting & Deaf Culture – your source for Sign Enhancers (6C - ASL Vocabulary, Affect and Structure)
  7. ASL, Interpreting & Deaf Culture – your source for Sign Enhancers (6F – Practice with full Stories)
  8. ASL, Interpreting & Deaf Culture – your source for Sign Enhancers (6G – ASL Dialogues: Dramatic Interviews)
  9. ASL, Interpreting & Deaf Culture – your source for Sign Enhancers (6H – ASL funny Bones: Jokes told in ASL)
  10. Cultural Heritage Vignettes ASL – Part II Gallaudet University Television
  11. Cultural Heritage Vignettes ASL Part III – Gallaudet University Television
  12. Deaf Culture Series: Autobiography on Video: Howie Seago
  13. Interpreter Issues from the Deaf Multicultural Perspective
  14. Multicultural Interpreter Issues: From the Multicultural Interpreter Perspective
  15. Rule of Social Interaction
  16. Sign Enhancers – Deaf Culture Series Tape 8B
  17. Understanding Diversity in the Deaf Community: Jessica M. Lee
  18. Understanding Diversity in the Deaf Community: Laurene Gallimore
  19. Understanding Diversity in the Deaf Community: Liz Halpern
  20. Understanding Diversity in the Deaf Community: Mark Azure
  21. Understanding Diversity in the Deaf Community: Mark Landreneau
  22. Understanding Diversity in the Deaf Community: Shaheena Shamim

Deaf Blind

  1. The National Curriculum for Training Interpreters Working with People Who Are Deaf-Blind
  2. Seattle Lighthouse – The Lighthouse for the Blind, Inc. – Independence & Self-Sufficiency Deaf- Blind Program
  3. ITP 119 Deaf-Blind Interpreting - *The Mind Traveler: Ushers Syndrome* *The World at His Fingerstrips: Life of Deaf-Blind Man*

Educational Interpreting

  1. AlphaKids 7-8 signed guided readers (2 DVDs)
  2. Educational Interpreting Series: Elementary School Level Heath Goodall - Deaf Presenter
  3. Educational Interpreting Series: Middle School Level Todd Murano - Deaf Presenter
  4. Educational interpreting series: Middle school level – John Covell (Deaf presenter)
  5. Educational interpreting series: high school level – Steven Simmen
  6. Educational interpreter Workshop – Judie Husted: Code of Ethic, Nancy Hatfield child Develop Tape #1
  7. Educational interpreter Workshop – Nancy Hatfield Child Develop Tape #2
  8. Funding Support Services for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students in Post-Secondary Education: Policies and Practices That Work
  9. Goats, Trolls and Numbskulls: A Middle School Lecture on Folklore Genres
  10. High School Sample with Interpreting Models - SCCC-ITP
  11. In Transition: Interactive Situations for Interpreting Practice on Transition to College
  12. Interpreting Practice (Certification Preparation, Educational Interpreting, Specialty Interpreting) - your source for Sign Enhancers (5B – 13 Children: 23 Stories)
  13. Interpreting Practice (Certification Preparation, Educational Interpreting, Specialty Interpreting) - your source for Sign Enhancers (5C – More Deaf children ages 5 – 11)
  14. Interpreting Practice (Certification Preparation, Educational Interpreting, Specialty Interpreting) - your source for Sign Enhancers (5D – Even more Children ages 13 – 18)
  15. Interpreting Practice (Certification Preparation, Educational Interpreting, Specialty Interpreting) - your source for Sign Enhancers (5E – Still More children age 13 – 18)
  16. Interpreting in Vocational Rehabilitation Settings – A Project of the National Consortium of Interpreter Education Centers (6 DVDs)
  17. Make a Difference – Tips for Teaching Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
  18. Mirrored Math: Parallel Math Lessons in ASL and English
  19. Postsecondary Interpreting: Roles, Responsibilities & Readiness
  20. Sign Enhancers, Inc. – Educational Interpreting Tape #5C - SCCC-ITP

History

  1. Pinning Ceremony – 1st year FCCEs of 2010 graduates, 2nd year music performance

Info on Cochlear Implant

  1. How a cochlear implant hers
  2. Nucleus 24 Contour Advance – another Cochlear innovation
  3. The Adventures of Bionic Buddy - Advanced Bionics
  4. Advanced Bionics (Becoming Familiar with Cochlear Implants, Setting Expectations and Communication Goals, Using and Troubleshooting Cochlear Implants – Tool for School

Language/Vocabulary

  1. A Closer Look – Signs for – American National Government
  2. Analyzing A Discourse Process: Turn-Taking in Interpreted Interaction
  3. ASL Interpreting in the Lighthouse Machine Shop: Featuring Terry Docktor
  4. ASL Syntax
  5. Interpreter Discourse: English to ASL Expansion/ASL to English Compression – RIT
  6. Interpreter Models Series English – ASL
  7. Interpreter Models Series ASL – English
  8. Interpreting Technical Material: Genetics
  9. Language Use in ASL: Register
  10. Language Use in ASL: Register - Western Oregon University
  11. Language Use in English: Register
  12. Literacy: Share the Word – A Teleconference
  13. Literacy Lessons: Storytelling in ASL and Cued Language
  14. Lou Fant: Lookalike vocabulary, synonym vocabulary, synonym sentences, lookalike sentences
  15. Navigating Discourse Genres: ASL and English Texts on Canoeing in the BWCA
  16. She Said, He Said: Monologues and Dialogues in ASL
  17. Sign Enhancers, Inc. – American Sign Language Sentences Tape #6B - SCCC-ITP
  18. Sign Enhancers, Inc. – More American Sign Language Sentences Tape #6C - SCCC-ITP
  19. Signs of Drug Use
  20. Signs of Sexual Behavior
  21. Sports Sign Series: Baseball
  22. Still Talking – Interactive DVD-ROMs with situational examples for ASL English interpreters (5 DVDs)
  23. Understanding and Interpreting Politically Correct Language with Tamara Moxham (ASL w/English voiceover)

Legal

  1. Deaf Interpreter sat Work – Mock Trail
  2. Interpreting in Legal Settings by Carol J Patrie
  3. Legal Interpreting: Where Do I Stand?

Medical

  1. All in Due Time: Perspectives on Childbirth from Deaf Parents (2 DVDs)
  2. Birth Companions: Perspectives on Doulas and Nurse Midwives
  3. Hurry Up and Wait: Interpreting a Visit to the ER (2 DVDs)
  4. Internal Discussions: An Appointment in Cardiology (2 DVDs)
  5. Internal Discussions: An Appointment in Gastroenterology (2 DVDs)
  6. Stomach This: The Digestive System in ASL and English (2 DVDs)
  7. Take These Meds: Interpreting Visits to a Pharmacy
  8. The College of St. Catherine – Take These Meds – Interpreting Visits to a Pharmacy
  9. To the Heart of the Matter: The Cardiovascular System in ASL and English (2 DVDs)

Miscellaneous

  1. Beyond the Surface: Implementing ADA in Post-Secondary Institutions
  2. Black Perspectives on the Deaf Community
  3. Conference of Interpreter Trail (keep it or toss) (?)
  4. Consecutive Interpreting: Part I
  5. Consecutive Interpreting: Part II
  6. Diverse Students, Diverse Stories: Perspectives on Post-Secondary Access Issues from Students Who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  7. Getting Involved: A Conversation – Theresa Smith 1992
  8. Indesor - Santiago, Chile – 2009 (?)
  9. Interactive Potpourri: Interpreting Practice
  10. Interpreters Anonymous Workshop, Part II
  11. Interpreters Anonymous Workshop, Part III
  12. Interpreters Anonymous Workshop, Part IV
  13. Interpreters on Interpreting Ethical Standards and Behavior
  14. Interpreters Workshop – March 10, 1990 Part I
  15. Interpreting in Insurance Settings by Carol J Patrie
  16. Introduction to Mentoring with Elisa Maroney
  17. Live Concert – ASL Interpretation
  18. “Living Fully” with Interpreting Models - SCCC-ITP
  19. Mentor to Mentor: Tips and Techniques for Deaf Mentors Working with Interpreters (disk 2)
  20. NTS: Interpreting
  21. NTS: Transliteration
  22. Samantha Smith – Extra Credit 12/09/10 – Story by: Scott Lang (2 DVDs) (?)
  23. SCCC Interpreter Training Program
  24. Series 100 D, E, F Ethics and Decision Making for Interpretation - SCCC-ITP
  25. Silver Moments: RID 1964-1989
  26. Silver Moments Short Narratives - SCCC-ITP
  27. So you want to be an Interpreter? - Janice H Humphrey – Study Guide –
  28. Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson – Presented Entirely in American Sign Language Signed by Wink (9 DVDs)
  29. Teleconference: Deaf President Now, The pulse of the people
  30. The Secrets of Successful Pres. When using interpreters – Deaf Presenter with Gallimore & Simon
  31. The National consortium of interpreter Education Centers – Works Published October 2005 – April 2005
  32. Working with a Sign Language Interpreter

Music

  1. White Christmas – Christmas Songs #1

Practice

  1. Signing Naturally: Student Videotext, Level 1
  2. RID Translation Tape – Transliteration: 1-1 Interview, Ethical Stand. Test, Sign to Voice, Voice to Sign

Self-Care

  1. Overuse Syndrome: Identification, Prevention, and Rehabilitation

Story Telling

  1. 13 Children – 23 Stories (2 DVDs)
  2. A Jack Schooling 11/2010 for Translation
  3. ASL Dialogues: Dramatic Interviews (2 DVDs)
  4. ASL Stories – Practice with Full Stories
  5. ASL Funny Bones: Jokes Told in ASL
  6. Batman: David Rivera, Sign Master
  7. Different funny CDs & Blurbs using a lot of classifiers
  8. Even More Children Ages 11-14 (2 DVDs)
  9. Life Experiences of Donnette Reins American, Indian Muskogee Nation
  10. Life Experiences of Victor Vodounou Benin-Africa ASL
  11. More Deaf Children Ages 5-11
  12. Poetry in Motion: Clayton Valli
  13. Space Jam: David Rivera, Master Signer
  14. Still More Children Ages 13-18

Test Preparation

  1. Interpreting Practice Videotape with Modeling Tape #7D - SCCC-ITP
  2. NAD-RID National Interpreter Certification Interview and Performance Practice DVD

VRS

  1. Ethics in VRS Interpreting – Topher Wick

Books

  1. Deaf People and Sign Language Interpreters in Court
  2. Interpreting in Legal Settings - Carol J Patrie
  3. Interpreting in Medical Settings - Carol J Patrie
  4. Interpreting in Insurance Settings - Carol J Patrie
  5. Interpreters on Interpreting - Identity
  6. Interpreters on Interpreting – Working for a Referral Agency
  7. Interpreters on Interpreting – Mentoring
  8. Interpreters on Interpreting – Interpretation Models and Process
  9. Seattle’s best-kept secret – A History of The Lighthouse for the Blind Inc. – Junius Rochester
  10. Interpreting: An Introduction – Nancy Frishberg
  11. RID – Educational Interpreting: A Collection of Articles from VIEWS 1996 – 2000
  12. RID- Journal of Interpretation- 2008-2009
  13. Bummy's successful meeting procedures
  14. The Interpreter's guide to life: 365 tips for interpreters- Jack Hoza, Ph.D.
  15. The Mask of Benevolence disabling the deaf community- Harlan Lane
  16. deaf daughter, hearing father- Richard Medugno
  17. Interpreting for International Conferences- Danica Seleskovitch
  18. Interpreting: The Art of cross Cultural Mediation- proceeding of the ninth national convection of the registry of the interpreters for the deaf July 4-8 1985
  19. signotation- Shelly Hansen CI, CT, SC:L, ED:K-12

To order materials above please contact Stacey Bright


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