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Topics on Deaf Japan: Town assembly considers to start sign-language interpreting for sessions

Topics on Deaf Japan: Town assembly considers to start sign-language interpreting for sessions | Sign Language Interpreting | Scoop.it

The Ninomiya Town Assembly in the Kanagawa Prefecture with a televising steering committee has started considering towards offering sign-language interpreting.

The sign-language interpreting will be available for only general discussions, and if everything goes smoothly, it will be also available in the parliamentary general session in September.

In the past, when the introduction of parliamentary live telecast was considered, the town assembly also considered to include sign-language interpreting.

However, since a budget was too much in respect of equipment --- there was the necessity of a new camera for exclusive use such like a case of TV program with sign-language interpreting, the idea was given up.


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7 Ways to Annoy Interpreters

7 Ways to Annoy Interpreters | Sign Language Interpreting | Scoop.it

It is almost too easily to find guides on how to work effectively with interpreters. You can choose from videos, articles and even blog posts. What you don’t often get, however, is a guide on how to annoy interpreters and make sure that no one understands each other. You can rely on LifeinLINCS to fill that gap! This week’s edition will only cover conference interpreting, since so many of our previous posts have demonstrated how to annoy Public Service Interpreters. So here is our list of 7 Ways to Annoy Conference Interpreters.


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