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1990 International Congress on Education of the Deaf videotapes are mainly comprised of b-roll footage of the conference held at National Institute of the Deaf in Rochester, New York.
Promotional materials related to PEN-International, a worldwide partnership of colleges and universities committed to improving postsecondary education for deaf and hard of hearing students.
NTID promotional ephemera includes cups, paperweights, buttons, and other artifacts related to National Technical Institute for the Deaf at Rochester Institute of Technology.
The collection includes programs, schedules, video, and other documentation related to the Second National ASL Literature Conference held at National Technical Institute for the Deaf held March 28-31, 1996.
DVDs, flier, and powerpoint presentation for the What is Deafhood? workshop held at NTID on March 29, 2008.
Set of three cds of interviews created for the StoryCorps project. StoryCorps is a nonprofit oral history project dedicated to documenting the lives of Americans of all backgrounds and beliefs.
The TeleTypewriter (TTY) phone collection consists of two phone systems. These are communication devices for the deaf. They were donated by the National Technical Institute for the Deaf.
The collection contains programs, schedules, clippings and DVDs containing films documenting speakers at the First National American Sign Language (ASL) Literature Conference held at National Technical Institute for the Deaf in October 1991.
Collection includes multimedia such as VHS tapes, DVCAM Tapes, Mini DV Cassette Tapes, DVDs, floppy discs, and Betacam Video Tapes. Topics include ASL interviews, Deaf Artist Interviews, Online Deaf Art Center, and Advocacy Services for Abused Deaf Victims (ASADV), Deaf education, NTID, Gallaudet University, De'VIA, and Deaf literature and poetry performance. Videos date from 1984-2012.
The PAH! Deaf TV collection contains VHS tapes and DVD recordings of various programs created and produced by NTID students, presented in American Sign Language (ASL). The programs in this collection were made between 1994-1999.