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annette miner

Dr. Annette Miner

Education/Degrees
  • Ph.D., Interpretation, Gallaudet University
  • M.A., Psychology, Western Michigan University
  • Ed.S., School Psychology, Western Michigan University
Research Interests
  • Deaf professionals and designated interpreters
  • Interpreter education
  • Situated learning
Selected Publications
  • Miner, A. (2017). Professional roles and responsibilities in designated interpreting. In M. Biagnini, M.S. Boyd, and C. Monacelli (Eds.) (pp. 77-101) The changing role of the interpreter: Contextualizing norms, ethics and quality standards. New York: Routledge.
  • Miner, A. (2015). Designated interpreters: An examination of roles, relationships and responsibilities. In B. Nicodemus & K. Cagle (Eds.), Selected papers from the International Symposium on Signed Language Interpretation and Translation Research (pp. 196-211). Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press.
  • Miner, A. (in press). Collaboration in learning: Situating student learning in real world environments. In Rankin, M., Shaw, R., & Thuman, M. (Eds), Proceedings of the Conference of Interpreter Trainers.

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