ASL and Deaf Culture in a Nutshell
Recorded On: 03/29/2023
American Sign Language [ASL] is the third most commonly used language in the United States after English and Spanish. Since COVID, the demand for learning ASL via Zoom has skyrocketed. The knowledge of ASL can be utilized in most fields. This workshop will help you better understand ASL and the d/Deaf community as well as d/Deaf culture as it relates to court reporting, captioning, and CART. I am honored to speak with the members of the NCRA and to share a window into my life as a Deaf ASL instructor and individual.
Total CEU 0.10
Keri November received her M.A. degree in teaching American Sign Language as a Foreign Language from Columbia University in 2008. She received her undergraduate degree in education from New York University in 2006. Keri has taught ASL levels 1-4 since 2008 to high school and college students. Keri is currently a full-time lecturer of American Sign Language at Case Western Reserve University.
Keri's personal and professional goal is to foster understanding, tolerance, and communication between hearing and d/Deaf individuals culturally and through ASL.