Lending Library

The 2010-2015 grant cycle of the MARIE Center will end September 30, 2015.  In preparation for our final reporting of this grant cycle, the lending library will officially close as of March 1, 2015 (revised date).  It has been our honor to provide you access to the resources in the lending library.  Henceforth, downloadable resources will be available through the NCIEC website at http://www.interpretereducation.org/ .  Please visit the website and explore all of the materials available for use there.  Thank you.



The MARIE Center offers a lending library of over 550 items. There are DVDs, videos and books pertaining to a variety of themes and interpreting settings.


  • ASL linguistic features,
  • ASL narratives
  • ASL stories and jokes
  • Children’s fairy tales,
  • Cued Language,
  • Deaf Culture,
  • English vocabulary,
  • Fingerspelling,
  • Idioms,
  • Interpreting theories,
  • Sign to Voice
  • Voice to Sign
  • And MORE!

Interpreting Settings:

  • Deaf-Blind
  • Educational (Primary, Secondary and Post-Secondary)
  • Healthcare
  • Legal
  • Mental Health
  • Oral
  • And MORE!

Copy and paste the materials that you would like to check out to in an email and send along with your mailing address to Carrie Woodruff at carrie.woodruff@unco.edu


These materials are available for check out by practitioners, interpreter students, educators, and mentors living in one of the eleven states within the MARIE region. The eleven states are Arkansas, Colorado, Louisiana, Montana, New Mexico, North and South Dakota, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming. Current students of any UNC-DO IT Center Program may also check out materials.

Click here to give feedback on these Lending Library webpages.