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To put it briefly, I’m a deaf African lesbian. I’ve been confident in those identities my entire life. I was born deaf. I am using ASL now, but grew up using signing exact English, while modeling English speech on my…
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Videos
Useful For: Interpreters
Topics: Interpreting
For interpreters who are currently working in the field of education, I want to remind you that it is important to be mindful of the deaf students autonomy. Let them make decisions for themselves. For example, growing up, many of…
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Useful For: Interpreters
Topics: Interpreting
Interpreter consistency is a key element in ensuring effective access and effective communication for deaf people who use interpreters. Consistency in interpreting has many positive outcomes, such as continuity, shared contextual knowledge, improved message accuracy, greater trust between the interpreter…
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Guides
Useful For: Interpreters
Topics: Deaf 101, Interpreting
With technology always seemingly one step ahead of us, it’s easy to confuse the various telecommunication services used to visually connect hearing and deaf people who wish to communicate with each other. Three primary telecommunication services are in use today:…
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Overviews
Useful For: Disability Services Professionals
Topics: Interpreting, Assistive Technology

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