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Choosing an IEP
So, you’re fluent in ASL, and you want to learn to become an interpreter. How do you decide where ...
English Oddity: The idea went over like a lead balloon.
Volunteering with Special Olympians as a Sign Language Interpreter
Kat Vickers is a snowboarding and soccer coach and interpreter for Special Olympics Washington. Rea...
The ADA and the Right to Effective Communication
As a Deaf or hard-of-hearing American, do you know your rights for access to communication services ...
English Oddity: Why do tugboats push their barges?
English Oddity: Why do we park on a driveway and drive on a parkway?
English Oddity: Is it really good if a vacuum sucks?
English Oddity: Why are a “wise man” and a “wise guy” opposites?
Dr. Carolyn Ball discusses her book “Legacies and Legends: History of Interpreter Education from 1800 to the 21st Century.”
Dr. Ball discusses her book in detail. Available in ASL and English. ...
Celebrate our colleagues Dr. Leilani Johnson, Dr. Brenda Schick and Dr. Laurie Bolster!
Congratulations to our authors on their retirement from distinguished careers in the field of educat...
Sign Language Institute Canada: Working towards excellence in teaching ASL and LSQ
Sign Language Institute Canada (SLIC) is a national network of professionals striving to excel in hi...
Two free activities to download from “101 Activities for Teaching ASL” by Angela Petrone Stratiy.
Please right click each picture and ‘Save image as.’...
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