What’s in the news: June 8, 2018

What’s in the news: June 8, 2018

Some important updates and notes regarding communication access today, June 6, 2018: FCC VOTES TO “STRENGTHEN AND SUSTAIN” IP CAPTIONED SERVICES and Without Interpreters, California’s Deaf Prisoners.…


Jun 08, 2018
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Trapani is RID’s new CEO [Updated]

Trapani is RID’s new CEO [Updated]

This post was significantly updated on June 7, 2018 at 9:40 am Central time Trapani Hired as CEO In…


Jun 07, 2018
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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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Ethical tests, rights-based ethics, and maxims

Ethical tests, rights-based ethics, and maxims

Before I explain my RIDIR Framework that has helped many people there are a few foundational pieces that we all need to understand: ethical tests, rights-based ethics, and ethical maxims.…


May 23, 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
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Busting myths about interpreting

Busting myths about interpreting

Four myths about interpreting from mileage to uniforms.…


May 08, 2018
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State of Interpreting: Interpreters as a commodity

State of Interpreting: Interpreters as a commodity

As external pressures continue to push down the billable rates by the Federal Communications Commission for VRS providers, the demand for video interpreters to have maximum uptime increases (after all, utilization is where the billable time comes from).…


May 08, 2018
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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
2 min read

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