Process Model for Deaf-Blind Interpreting Webinar

by National Task Force on Deaf-Blind Interpreting and the CATIE and MARIE Centers on Feb 21, 2013
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A Process Model for Deaf-Blind Interpreting

Date originally aired: February 21, 2013
Presenter: Rhonda Jacobs
Description: This webinar, geared toward interpreter educators and working interpreters, with or without experience working with people who are deaf-blind, will present A Process Model for Deaf-Blind Interpreting as published in the 2005 Journal of Interpretation, updated to include work published since 2005. Participants will examine a process model of interpreting as it relates to deaf-blind interpreting, considering such elements as visual information, message analysis, contextual analysis, linguistic modifications and back-channeling.
Target Audience: Interpreter Education Program faculty, internship hosts/supervisors, mentors, working interpreters & IEP students 
Series: Deaf-Blind Series

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