► If you are looking for an interpreter for a Boise State related event or classes, you can contact the Office of Disability Services. Their website contact info is https://eac.boisestate.edu/, or you may call them at 208-426-1583 (v/vrs).
► To locate interpreters in the Boise area, you can find information at http://www.cdhh.idaho.gov/interpreting_services.htm
There is a directory of interpreters in the area who will direct-hire for work, as well as contact information for a local interpreting agency.
► Articles, databases, books, and web resources related to the teaching, learning, and understanding of American Sign Language studies, go here!
► If you are seeking employment, the following site may be useful: Get Sign Language Interpreter Jobs http://www.getsignlanguageinterpreterjobs.com
Suggested sources of ASL information:
- “Signed Language and the Question of Autonomy” http://www.mitpress.com/celebration
- “From Affect to Grammar: Ritualization of Facial Affect in Signed Languages” by James MacFarlane http://www.unm.edu/~jmacfarl/eyebrow.html
- International Bibliography of Sign Language. http://www.sign-lang.uni-hamburg.de/bibweb/
- James McFarlane’s website. He is a doctoral student at University of New Mexico. http://www.unm.edu/~jmacfarl/home.html
- Colleges See 16% Increase in Study of Sign Language: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/12/08/education/08language.html