In November, 2020, the NAIE newsletter celebrated the careers of three retiring instructors, administrators, and researchers who have spent many decades advancing the field of interpreting in educational settings – Dr. Leilani Johnson, Dr. Brenda Schick and Dr. Laurie Bolster.
Sign Language Institute Canada (SLIC) is a national network of professionals striving to excel in higher standards for teaching Sign Language. Details provided in ASL and English. Read more!
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IC author and video creator Angela Petrone Stratiy is a gifted teacher and a native signer who was raised in a Deaf family. Read more about her in our post!
Please consider contributing to IC’s forthcoming book. Details in post.
Angela signs 2 activities from her book. Read more for the English translation.
Anita Harding, from Gallaudet University, explains in ASL the difference between Knowledge-lean and Knowledge-rich Skills.
Here at Interpreting Consolidated (IC), we call the book that started it all “The Blue Book”.
Signers and interpreters must have the ability to use both lean skills and rich skills fluently and effectively.
“How in the world did a Deaf guy become an elected politician?”
Check out our book review in the Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education.
Kat Vickers joined IC in January of 2019. Find out more about her!
Jen Southall shares her unique experience with diversity and inclusion in sports.
How did Dr. Marty Taylor become involved in the interpreting profession?
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