Emerging Trends in Interpreting: Interpreter Education
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Emerging Trends in Interpreting: Interpreter Education

Plenary session from RIDNOLA15
4.3 (28 ratings)
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Last updated 11/2015
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Includes:
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 4 Articles
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
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  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Understand the emerging trends in intepreting and implications for interpreter education
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Requirements
  • None
Description

Cathy Cogen and Dennis Cokely will report on their recent study of emerging trends in interpreting and implications for interpreter education. The presentation will be organized into three primary sections: First, trends impacting current and future interpreting services assesses external trend areas that are broad in nature and have many long-term implications for the field of professionals providing services to individuals who are d/Deaf. Second, current issues in Interpreter Education describes several key dynamics at play within the field that may facilitate or impede efforts to address future interpreter education and professional development needs. Lastly, the final section of the presentation offers recommendations for aligning interpreter education with the challenges of tomorrow. In many areas, the recommendations mark a significant departure from old ways of doing business. And we will issue a call to action, asking conference attendees to consider how they will participate – as practitioners, educators, researchers, and administrators. What partnerships, practices, and policies will they engage in and support toward creating a better future?

NOTE: This presentation is delivered in American Sign Language. There are captions, but no audio.

This was a live-streamed presentation from the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf National Convention in New Orleans, 2015.

Who is the target audience?
  • Beginning to advanced ASL interpreters
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Curriculum For This Course
9 Lectures
02:11:31
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Introduction and Pre-Test
3 Lectures 02:53
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The Presentation
5 Lectures 01:17:17
PowerPoint Presentation
51 pages


Video Part 2
19:40

Video Part 3
19:40

Video Part 4
18:47
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Post-Test
1 Lecture 00:16
Post-Test
00:16
About the Instructor
Registry Of Interpreters For The Deaf
4.4 Average rating
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169 Students
5 Courses
Education for the Professional Interpreter

RID has played a leading role in establishing a national standard of quality for interpreters and transliterators. We encourage the growth of the profession, educate the public about the vital role of interpreters and transliterators and work to ensure equal opportunity and access for all individuals.

Mission – What We Do:

The Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf strives to advocate for best practices in interpreting, professional development for practitioners and for the highest standards in the provision of interpreting services for diverse users of languages that are signed or spoken.

Vision – Our Desired Future:

By honoring its past and innovating for the future, RID envisions a world where:

  • Its members recognize and support the linguistic rights of all Deaf people as human rights, equal to those of users of spoken languages;
  • Deaf people and their values are vital to and visible in every aspect of RID;
  • Interpreted interaction between individuals who use signed and spoken languages are as viable as direct communication;
  • The interpreting profession is formally recognized and is advanced by rigorous professional development, standards of conduct, and credentials.