Events

ASL Head Movements: Critical Features in Interpretation

Apr
22
Sat

NOTE-this workshop is taught in ASL. The presenter will discuss head movements and their vital grammatical and discourse functions in American Sign Language. The study is based on their teaching experiences with ASL and interpretation students and their studies with the ASL signers in videotapes.

It's a Touchy Subject

Apr
29
Sat

This workshop is designed to explore subjects in the educational setting that can be a bit touchy to interpret. We will take an in-depth look at Family Life in the K-12 setting and how interpreters can be better prepared to approach the subject in the most professional way.

A Peek Behind the Curtain: A How-To Guide to Screening, Evaluating, and Scheduling Interpreters

May
05
Fri

Attendees will learn how to develop and implement a screening process for hiring new interpreters in order to effectively evaluate candidates.  Through pre-workshop assignments, attendees will have an opportunity to develop screening tools to utilize in daily practice.

Best Practices in Educational Interpreters

May
31
Wed

The workshop will provide educational interpreters an ethical, safe, and informative environment for learning and discussion. Discussion and lectures will focus on some basic key issues we all face in an educational setting. I, along with participants, will offer some possible solution within these settings.

EIPA Written Test

Jun
03
Sat

Registration will open prior to the test at http://www.classroominterpreting.org/EIPA/standards/in

EIPA Performance Test

Jun
10
Sat

The EIPA Performance Test will be given at EKU in the ASLIE Studio on the 2nd floor of the Wallace Building. Contact Susan Waterbury at susan.m.waterbury@gmail.com to reserve a testing time of 10am, 12pm or 2pm.

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Space, Perspective and Imagery in ASL Part 1 and Part 2

Jul
08
Sat

This workshop is desgined to enchance skills in use of space, perspective and imagery in ASL. Grammatical and linguistic use of space in ASL will be addressed. Participants will practice describing actions from different perspectives and differing viewpoints.

Our Baptist Story: Understanding Southern Baptists Today

Jul
08
Sat

The course will focus on Baptist History and polity with a major focus on that part of Baptists that are called Southern Baptists. We will study Baptist history, theology, denominational life, and the Baptist system of self-governance. Finally, we will see how knowing these things can impact an interpreter who works in a Baptist church environment.

EIPA Written Test

Sep
09
Sat

Registration will open prior to the test at http://www.classroominterpreting.org/EIPA/standards/in

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