DBI’s first recorded webinar, DBI Moving Forward: From Research to Practice, is now available on demand via DBI Moodle. If you have already registered for the webinar, you should have received a welcome email containing login information. (For those who registered recently, please note it may take up to 1 business day to receive your welcome email). You can login at http://moodle.dbinterpreting.org to access the webinar at any time over the next 90 days.
If you haven’t registered yet, it’s not too late:
Do you want to learn more about DBI and our upcoming training opportunities? Now’s your chance!
Join our co-directors CM Hall and Heather Holmes for DBI’s first webinar!
This webinar is an introduction and opportunity to learn about the work and progress that the DeafBlind Interpreting National Training & Resource Center has made since beginning research into effective practice in DeafBlind interpreter education. Through in-depth surveys, focus groups and interviews, DBI has identified key findings as well as core competencies and domains that any interpreter working with DeafBlind individuals should be aware of. This hour-long webinar will introduce you to the co-directors and core team members on the grant as well as introduce the emerging research into protactile ASL as linguistically distinct from Visual ASL. A pre- and post-assessment and evaluation will be required of those seeking CEUs.
At the conclusion of this webinar, participants should be able to identify the domains and competencies related to DeafBlind interpreting work and determine how it is different from visual ASL interpreting.
This webinar is open to all and is available for CEUs. Being awarded CEUs is contingent on completion of a pre- and post-assessment.
Registration is FREE and includes access to all future public training content on the DBI Moodle site.
Webinar: DBI Moving Forward: From Research to Practice
Available on demand starting Monday, February 19th
Not sure if you can participate right away? You should still register! We will keep the recorded content available to all registrants for 90 days.
Having trouble getting started? Need an alternate format sign-up form? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-888-7172 (voice/text/FaceTime)
*Please note: In order to receive CEU’s, you will be required to complete pre- and post-tests and a minimum of 75% of content. 0.125 CEUs in the category of Professional Studies will be offered by the Regional Resource Center on Deafness at Western Oregon University, an approved RID CMP and ACET sponsor.