Check out CALI’s exciting new resource, Unfolding Scenarios. These videos are designed to help interpreters practice the application of critical thinking and ethical reasoning. A Curriculum Guide and Learner Handbook are also available to help guide your teaching or learning experience.
Call for Interpreter Referral Agencies
Opportunity for Interpreter Referral Agencies. FREE training for your interpreters!
CALI’s Presentation at the RID National Conference 2019
Rayni Plaster presented on behalf of CALI at the RID National Conference in Providence, RI, on July 10, 2019. The presentation focused on an overview of CALI and our offerings. Click here to view the PowerPoint.
CALI Cohort 2
Congratulations to this amazing group on completing CALI’s Program of Study! Onward to Induction….
Pre-Recorded Webinar Available for a Limited Time
“CALI Language Analysis Team Procedure and Findings,” featuring MJ Bienvenu
This half-hour, pre-recorded presentation describes the work of a five-member Language Analysis Team that analyzed samples of atypical ASL from various populations of signers and determined indicants and descriptors of atypical language.
No registration is required to view the presentation. Simply click on the video below to access the webinar.
CEUs: CALI will process CEUs for this webinar quarterly. We will submit information to RID at the end of March, June, September, and December. To earn CEUs, you will be required to complete a brief 4-question quiz at the end of the presentation and earn a minimum score of 3/4. The link to the quiz is below the video. As long as your total score on the quiz is at least 3/4, .05 CEUs in the category of Professional Studies will be offered by Northeastern University, an approved RID CMP and ACET sponsor. If you do not meet the minimum score requirement, you are welcome to watch the webinar again and re-take the quiz.
Click below to view the webinar now!
After viewing the presentation, click on the following link to request CEUs:
Remembering Dennis Cokely (1946-2018)
It is with extremely heavy hearts that we share the news of our beloved Dennis Cokely’s unexpected passing. Dennis was CALI’s Principal Investigator and Director of the ASL Program at Northeastern University. We are heartbroken and struggling to find the right words to express the depth of our sadness and grief.
One of the most beautiful facets of this community is our ability to come together in times of need. We celebrate together during the highs and we hold tight to one another during the lows. Please reach out to one another. This news will undoubtedly find many of us in need of support.