Marty Taylor, owner of IC, shares a story of how her mother, Bernie Taylor, became an interpreter.
Many of you knew my mother, Bernie Taylor, an interpreter, and a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother.
Sharon was one of the first sign language interpreters at NTID in 1968. Find out more about her experience!
Can you guess what word Mary Harman is discussing?
Halloween and Day of the Dead: A Comparison in ASL with Yoon Lee from ASL Flurry.
“Up.” Two simple letters. One English word. In ASL, many different ways to sign it. More on IC’s blog!
Why do Americans spell ‘color’ and Canadians spell ‘colour’? Watch Mary Harman to find out!
Fun fact about the word ‘SWIMS’: watch Mary Harman to learn!
Barbie: What if Barbie was a real woman? In ASL with Angela Petrone Stratiy.
An excerpt from the IC series, “Pursuit of ASL: Interesting Facts Using Numbers” with Angela Petrone Stratiy.
Mary Harman signs the Hawaiian Islands in ASL.
Dr. Marty Taylor explains prosodic markers in ASL interpretations.
Available in written English.
Caxias do Sul, Brazil was the host of the 24th Summer Deaflympics, postponed from 2021 due to coronavirus.
Kat was fortunate enough to partake in the festivities and what an experience. Read about her travels here!
Rain check? What’s that? Find out from Mary Harman! Video in ASL.
Sharon Neumann Solow and Sheila Bragger-Hall are sisters, discussing growing up as Codas. Videos in ASL.
Key Skill 7.2: Interpret the English source message completely into the ASL target language, including cultural and regional differences.
What is the temperature difference between-40 degrees Celsius and -40 degrees Fahrenheit?
Watch Mary explain in ASL!
Jo Ann Dobecki Shopbell recalls interpreting for her parents at a very young age.
Interpreters Ava Hawkins and Carla Dupras, both codas, are here today to discuss codas and their continued influence on the interpreting profession.
Available in ASL and English.
Mary Harman shows the fun in ASL linguistics! How many ways can you sign the word “down”?
Virginia Lee Hughes, a child of Deaf parents, was born in Fulton, Missouri.
Enjoy this personal interview with Virginia Lee Hughes by Dr. Carolyn Ball.
What is Sign Language Brokering? Dr. Jemina Napier explains. Available in International Sign Language and English.
Mary Harman answers in ASL!
Can you figure out what Kevlar, fire escapes and windshield wipers all have in common?
Mary Harman puts this English fact into ASL.