Washington State Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf

Internet Resources List

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National Resources:

State and Local Resources:

Deaf Related Interpreting Resources:

DeafBlind Interpreting

Performing Arts Interpreting:

Medical Interpreting:

Educational Interpreting (K-12 & Post-Secondary):

  • Captioned Media Programs (CMP) www.dcmp.org
    (borrow CDs/DVDs/videos for free with free account - go to Interpreting - some you can view on-line immediately)
  • Washington Sensory Disabilities Services (WSDS) http://www.wsdsonline.org/
    (lending library of many materials on deafness and interpreting to borrow with free account)
  • Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center at Gallaudet University http://clerccenter.gallaudet.edu/
    (lots of info about deaf ed in general - Odyssey is a free K-12 magazine print subscription with back issues on the internet)
  • Classroom Interpreting www.classroominterpreting.org
    (info on K-12 interpreting and the EIPA)
  • Postsecondary Education Programs Network (PepNet) Resource Center http://www.pepnet.org/pdc/
    (info mostly on Post Secondary disability services but go into the Product catalog and there are cheap resources available for signs, etc.)
  • Needs Outreach ASL Libraries http://www.needsoutreach.org/Pages/sl.html
    (ASL signs and video for biology, math, history, geography and more)
  • National Deaf Education Project http://www.ndepnow.org/
    (a national parent-driven group that wants to improve deaf ed - they have a program called Hands and Voices)
  • Educational Interpreter Job Description http://www.deaflinx.com/Interpreting/terpjob.html
    (a lovely example of a ed terp job description)
  • National Clearinghouse of Rehabilitation Materials http://ncrtm.org/
    (digital library of materials available on-line)
  • Florida Dept. of Ed. Technical Assistance Paper on educational terps http://www.firn.edu/doe/commhome/pdf/y1995-5.pdf
    (Washington State should have one of these to assist administrators with hiring and supervising educational terps)
  • Individuals with Disabilities Education (IDEA) Act Homepage http://idea.ed.gov/
    (Federal legislation on Deaf education)

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