Webinars

To view CALI’s pre-recorded webinars, click on the “Log in to CALI Online Learning” button below. You will be prompted to log in or create an account if you do not already have one. Once you log in, you will be able to click on the “Webinars” button and enroll in the webinar(s) you’d like to view.

All webinars are offered free of charge.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs): Northeastern University is an approved RID CMP and ACET sponsor, and participation in CALI’s pre-recorded webinars can qualify you for RID CEUs. See each webinar for details. Please note that CALI processes CEUs quarterly. We submit information to RID at the end of March, June, September, and December.


Creating a Community of Practice through CALI’s Self-Paced Modules

This pre-recorded webinar is designed to provide instructions on how to create a Community of Practice (CoP) using CALI’s Self-Paced Online Learning Modules. Participation in a CoP provides a variety of benefits including enhancing decision-making, fostering a habit of reflective practice, and creating collective resources. You are also eligible to earn more CEUs through a CoP than you would if you complete each module on your own. This webinar will explain how to get started.

CEUs: .04 (Content Area: Professional Studies; Knowledge Level: Some)


CALI Unfolding Scenarios: Improving Decision-Making of Interpreter Practitioners

This pre-recorded presentation focuses on CALI’s Unfolding Scenarios, a versatile resource designed to help interpreters and students practice the application of critical thinking and ethical reasoning. Unfolding Scenarios includes 12 video scenarios, a Curriculum Guide, and a Learner Handbook. This webinar provides an introduction to this valuable resource and describes the various ways in which it can be used.

CEUs: .15 (Content Area: Professional Studies; Knowledge Level: Some)


CALI Language Analysis Team Procedure and Findings

This 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.

CEUs: .05 (Content Area: Professional Studies; Knowledge Level: Some)