Body Language Course on the Cardiovascular System for DIs-2021

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For deaf interpreters, understanding and being able to talk about human anatomy in American Sign Language is a critical skill, particularly if you work with patients in a clinic or hospital. This workshop is designed for you to effectively build capacity in this arena.
Participants will practice […]
2021-09-23T13:49:06-06:00March 31st, 2021|

Free course: Deaf Perspectives on Translation-2021

Split screen of Zoom discussion with Naomi Sheneman, Benj Swindle, and Raychelle Harris. See below for detailed visual description.Deaf Perspectives on Translation

Are you a deaf interpreter working toward certification?  Interested in learning more about translation and how that can be part of a deaf interpreter’s career?  Try this free course from the CATIE Center and join with other novice interpreters who […]

2021-01-27T18:20:27-06:00January 27th, 2021|

Free course: Translation Process-ASL to English – 2021

A Korean-American man with short grey hair wearing a black shirt signs in front of a grey backgroundTranslation Process: ASL to English

Looking for a way to strengthen your comprehension of ASL and build on the strength of your English?  Try this free course from the CATIE Center and join with other novice interpreters who are also on the journey toward certification.

2021 […]

2021-01-27T18:20:56-06:00January 27th, 2021|

Get Access to GoReact for Journey Track

Updated for 2021

This post has been updated January 12, 2021.  A number of people have asked for this GoReact course to be started again.  You can now access a course that starts January 12 and will be available through December 31, 2021.

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2021-01-12T07:56:34-06:00January 12th, 2021|

Free course: Deliberate Practice for Deaf Interpreters – GTC 2021

Deliberate Practice for Deaf Interpreters

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[Image Description: The image has four clips from videos. On the left, Rachel Herring, a white woman with short brown hair wearing wire-rimmed glasses and a black sweater with buttons down the gestures with her hands while speaking; JV Featherstone, a white man with short brown hair […]

2021-01-06T09:00:58-06:00January 6th, 2021|

Listen Well: Engaging with Black Deaf Perspectives

Amplifying Black Deaf Perspectives

The death of George Floyd on May 25, 2020 under the knee of an officer of the Minneapolis Police Department sparked action in support of Black lives in Minnesota and around the world. While not a new movement, it has taken on a new intensity and challenged many communities and organizations to reckon with racism and white supremacy.   This is true for the deaf and […]

2020-09-16T12:11:32-06:00September 16th, 2020|