What’s in the news: May 25, 2018

What’s in the news: May 25, 2018

Bringing you the latest in Deaf, ASL, and Interpreting news: CASLI, DC, being taken seriously and more!…


May 25, 2018
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What’s in the news: May 14, 2018

What’s in the news: May 14, 2018

A few things in the news on May 14, 2018: Gallaudet, ALDI and TRS.…


May 14, 2018
1 min read
Busting myths about interpreting

Busting myths about interpreting

Four myths about interpreting from mileage to uniforms.…


May 08, 2018
3 min read
What’s in the news: May 5, 2018

What’s in the news: May 5, 2018

What’s making news and waves about Deaf culture, ASL, and interpreting.…


May 05, 2018
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State of Interpreting: The career track for interpreters

State of Interpreting: The career track for interpreters

Interpreters, bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, hit the ground running out of their four-year degrees. Passionate to work, they focus on passing their RID certification (or, BEI, or state-administered licensure test).…


May 04, 2018
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What’s in the news: May 3, 2018

What’s in the news: May 3, 2018

Some news and information that is making waves on May 3, 2018…


May 03, 2018
1 min read
State of Interpreting: The problem with scaling

State of Interpreting: The problem with scaling

As mentioned earlier, agencies have little savings from growth and scale. In fact, as an agency matures and takes on larger contracts, there might be increased costs with usage reports...…


Apr 26, 2018
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State of Interpreting, 2018: Introduction

State of Interpreting, 2018: Introduction

There are two primary groups that create the interpreting industry: agencies and interpreters. The sign language interpreting field is not sustainable. I have identified three areas that need to be addressed; each presents new challenges and new opportunities.…


Apr 24, 2018
3 min read
State of Interpreting, 2018: The Peter Principle

State of Interpreting, 2018: The Peter Principle

The Peter Principle says that a university, agency, or VRS provider will evaluate an employee (or, an interpreter) based on their ability to excel in their current position...…


Apr 23, 2018
1 min read

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