Extralinguistic Knowledge for Deaf Interpreters

What Next?


Naomi Sheneman explains the concept of extralinguistic knowledge (ELK) and how Deaf interpreters need to take that into account in their interpreting work as well recognize the unique ELK that they bring to situations based on their experiences as Deaf people.

References

Beldon, J., Forestal, E., Garcia, L., Peterson, D. (2009, August). NCIEC deaf interpreting initiative.  Paper presented at RID Deaf Caucus, […]

2022-07-16T09:52:11-06:00July 16th, 2022|

A CDI’s perpsective on the Open Process model

Arkady Belozovsky, CDI, shares a perspective on the way that an open process teaming model has the potential to benefit everyone involved in an interpreted situation.

What Next?


Naomi Sheneman explains how interpreters, especially Deaf interpreters, can put the ideas about the open process into practice.

2022-07-16T09:26:49-06:00July 16th, 2022|

CDI Exam Preparation Modules

Description in ASL

The course focus is the CASLI Performance Exam for Deaf Interpreters and the Gap Test that will be required for those having completed the CDI Knowledge Exam before 2021. This course provides test preparation content in manageable and distinct sections, a total of seven modules. The overall goal of this training is to help you understand […]

2022-01-21T10:51:12-06:00December 21st, 2021|

Justice in July: A Canvas Course

Photo of a black man wearing a black hoodie posted in a bus stop next to a poster with the words Justice for George Floyd

The CATIE Center at St. Catherine University is about 5 miles from the site in Minneapolis where George Floyd was killed in May. Like many organizations and individuals, we have been wrestling with how best to respond […]

2022-01-19T19:30:20-06:00June 29th, 2020|

Self-Care: Self-Empowerment

Jessalyn explains a process for self-empowerment as a way for self-care.

A translation is available below in English. It is designed as a resource for working with the text in ASL. It is not intended to represent a definitive way to translate the text.

Visual Description

A white woman with blonde hair pulled back wears a black shirt and sits in front of a grey screen. […]

2022-01-19T19:39:40-06:00March 24th, 2020|

Self-Care: Grounding

Jessalyn explains a process for grounding as a way for self-care.

A translation is available below in English. It is designed as a resource for working with the text in ASL. It is not intended to represent a definitive way to translate the text.

Visual Description

A white woman with blonde hair pulled back wears a black shirt and sits in front of a grey screen. […]

2022-01-19T19:40:18-06:00March 24th, 2020|

Self-Care: Guided Visualization and Meditation

Jessalyn explains a process for using breathing as a way for self-care.

A translation is available below in English. It is designed as a resource for working with the text in ASL. It is not intended to represent a definitive way to translate the text.

Visual Description

A white woman with blonde hair pulled back wears a black shirt and sits in front of a grey […]

2022-01-19T19:40:59-06:00March 24th, 2020|

Self-Care: Breathing Exercises

Jessalyn explains a process for using breathing as a way for self-care.

A Translation is available below in English. It is designed as a resource for working with the text in ASL. It is not intended to represent a definitive way to translate the text.

Visual Description

A white woman with blonde hair pulled back wears a black shirt and sits in front of a grey […]

2022-01-19T19:41:34-06:00March 24th, 2020|