Name: Arlyn Anderson, Whole Life and Leadership Coach
Description: Arlyn Anderson’s Whole Interpreter Enterprises offers fresh, unique, and uplifting perspectives on Interpreter well-being and effectiveness: Professional life and leadership coaching; mental health interpreting consultation and training; briefing and debriefing difficult assignments; support groups; workshops and more. Call for a complimentary no-obligation conversation.

Name: ASL Philosophy Resources
Description: First ever ASL resource for philosophy vocabulary

Name: Charting the Way
Description: Charting the Way consists of a handbook and a collection of educational videos developed for Postsecondary Educational Interpreters by the University of Minnesota’s Higher Education Interpreter Mentoring Program at Disability Services.

Name: The Coaching and Mentoring Network
Description: provides a web-based service for people who perform and/or receive coaching or mentoring; a free and independent information resource.

Name: Dawn Sign Press
Description: Publisher of American Sign Language materials which include literature, videos, games and gifts.

Name: Deaf Nation
Description: Video clips.

Name: Embe Outreach American Sign Language Library
Description: A variety of categories for the American Sign Language (ASL) online videos demonstrating ASL vocabulary that is generally going to be presented in specific academic classes in elementary school through high school.

Name: Gallaudet University Video Collection
Description: a collection of presentations, interviews, and events documenting Deaf culture and Deaf history.

Name: Google Scholar
Description: A search engine for scholarly papers on just about any topic

Name: Digiterp Communications
Description: Various DVDs for interpreting practice and analysis

Name: GoReact.
Description: Easy, affordable video tool for sign language instruction! Simple video recording & feedback system lets students record and watch themselves while getting focused, context-specific feedback.

Name: Harris Communications
Description: Click on Books and Multimedia for a variety of material in ASL and English.

Name: Khan Academy
Description: A library of over 2,400 videos covering everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history.

Name: Kiss Fist
Description: An ASL magazine with articles and video. Music as translated by Rosa Lee Timm.

Name: National Clearinghouse of Rehabilitation Training Materials
Description: A variety of resources in English and ASL, video, articles, books and more. Click on “digital library” and start searching – and once at the listing, continue to click “next page” to see all pages.

Name: National Geographic – video clips
Description: High quality 2 – 5 min videos.

Name: NBC learn
Description: A variety of educational and documentary videos under “Free Resources.” For example, a short Chemistry lesson video, captioned.

Name: OIC Movies
Description: An excellent, free resource for news and information in American Sign Language.

Name: PEPNet
Description: Resources and expertise that enhance educational opportunities for people who are deaf or hard of hearing, including those with co-occurring disabilities. DVDs available. Look for “View Online” for free videos.

Name: Pew Research News IQ Quiz
Description: Build general knowledge of current events.

Name: Signs of Development
Description: Signs of Development provides mentoring for all aspects of the certification processes (BEI, NIC, EIPA, CDI, SC:L, etc.) as well as general skill & knowledge development. Signs of Development also provides mentor training to aid new mentors and mentor trainers to acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to become a professional mentor. Signs of Development also has over 80 streaming WWWorkshops that can be used for skill development for mentoring relationships as well as an online sign dictionary with a 15,000 searchable database.

Description: Many talks available free online. Speakers are given a maximum of 18 minutes to present their ideas in the most innovative and engaging ways they can. Many of these speeches have transcripts. Go to a specific speech and look for “ interactive transcript” to the right of the video.