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The English Language Institute offers the only officially credited English as a Second Language program for deaf students in the United States.
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Join Dr Jack Hoza as he highlights findings of two studies reported in his book, "Interpreting in the Zone: How the Conscious and Unconcious Function in Interpretation."
Join our lecturers as they explore "How do interpreters manage 'language about language'?"
Possibilities and Pitfalls of Educational Interpreting. Dr. Melissa Smith presents findings of a study revealing what qualified educational interpreters do and why they do what they do.
Professional Identity Development of Interpreters. Danielle Hunt extends previous studies on language and identity, proposed by Gordon.
Gallaudet's Department of Interpretation (DOI). Center for Advancement of Interpreting and Translation Research (CAITR), & Regional Interpreter Education Center (GURIEC) partnered to present the 2013-14 Colloquium Lecture Series.
Dr Jules Dickinson explores the workplace interpretor's role and how interpretors' roles shift and extend beyond just work
Dr. Laurie Swabey makes a case for specialized education and credentialing for all ASL-English interpreters who work in healthcare settings.
A DVD exploring the work of the deaf/hearing interpreting team in a mental health setting
In this workship, participants learned how hearing interpreters adjust their interpretations when working in a Deaf/Hearing interpreting team.
Miako Rankin, PhD, presents Depiction, Blending, and Constructed Action... Oh My! in these two one hour videos
Dr Jules Dickinson explores the workplace interpretor's role and how interpreters' roles shift and extend beyond just work.
Christopher Stone, PhD, discusses the pragmatics of interpreting using examples from translating UK regional TV news
Dr Lorraine Leeson explores how identity impacts our relationships within the interpreting community, the deaf community and the wider communities interpreters serve.
Moving Onward, Upward and Beyond in the 2011 Professional Development series from 2011
Robert G. Lee, MA, CI/CT questions whether it is time to rethink the entire concept of interpreters' role and suggest we look at how their presence may affect consumers.
In this training, Brenda Nicodemus Ph.D. explores prosody in spoken and signed language
Suzanne Ehrlich, PhD discusses teaching interpreting online
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