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Diary of a Deaf Mum: Why it's vital you have an interpreter at your ...

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The UK's independent deaf news and deaf blogs website! Lays eggs every weekday morning (by Editor)
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Supportive Services For Disabilities - The Heights (subscription)

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Supportive Services For Disabilities The Heights (subscription) Beth Clark, director of instructional design and eTeaching services, noted that when her team is advised that there are students with either visual or hearing impairments, they “will...
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Conference Papers — Critical Link

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Access the Conference Papers from the Critical Link

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A framework for unifying spoken language, signed language, and gesture

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In this paper we offer the first steps in a framework for unifying spoken language, signed language, and gesture.

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Giving a voice to the deaf - Global Times

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Giving a voice to the deaf
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Zhang Lijun used to work at the Shanghai No.1 School for the Deaf and has been a sign language translator for 16 years.
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Setting D/HH Standard for 'Appropriate' Education – Janet ...

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... pathologist and/or educational audiologist); Teaching a deaf studies curriculum; Assisting in the appropriate placement of students; Collaborating with general education teachers and educational interpreters regarding the ...
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Deaf News: New device to translate sign language into spoken ...

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The UK's independent deaf news and deaf blogs website! Lays eggs every weekday morning (by Editor)
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History of Deaf Education

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Downton Abbey - Downton Abbey's Jim Carter Demands Action Over Deaf ... - Contactmusic.com

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He says, "Every day cuts are being made to services to deaf children.
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Interview proves guy who signed at Super Bowl is, indeed, awesome - msnNOW

Interview proves guy who signed at Super Bowl is, indeed, awesome - msnNOW | Sign Language Interpreting | Scoop.it
Interview proves guy who signed at Super Bowl is, indeed, awesome msnNOW John Maucere did a terrific job signing "America, The Beautiful" and the national anthem at the Super Bowl, and this interview shows that the sign language interpreter is also...
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Online course on ethics for translators and interpreters

Online course on ethics for translators and interpreters | Sign Language Interpreting | Scoop.it
Have you ever been given a document to translate and found that it contains material that you find offensive? Have you ever been asked to “certify” someone else’s translation? As translators and in...

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Give back our salary funding: Vic TAFEs - The Australian

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Give back our salary funding: Vic TAFEs
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He said TAFEs were obliged to enrol deaf applicants, for example, requiring them to engage Auslan interpreters and note takers. This forced teaching costs as high as $100,000 per student.
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Federal Appeals Panel Says Deaf Med Student Can Sue - ClaimsJournal.com

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Federal Appeals Panel Says Deaf Med Student Can Sue
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Argenyi does not know sign language, relying instead on “cued speech,” which uses hand signals to distinguish sounds that appear the same on a speaker's lips.
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The battle behind a more accessible web for the deaf and blind | The ...

The battle behind a more accessible web for the deaf and blind | The ... | Sign Language Interpreting | Scoop.it
The web is an integral part of the way we reach out and communicate with one another, but navigating the internet can be difficult for those who are deaf and blind. The Wall Street Journal takes a...
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AAP endorses early intervention for children who are deaf, hard of hearing - AAP News (subscription)

AAP endorses early intervention for children who are deaf, hard of hearing AAP News (subscription) A new AAP-endorsed supplement from the Joint Committee on Infant Hearing (JCIH) outlines early intervention systems to help ensure children who are...
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Not hearing loss, deaf gain


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A totally different perspective!

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Sign Language Interpreters and the Quest for a Deaf Heart

Sign Language Interpreters and the Quest for a Deaf Heart | Sign Language Interpreting | Scoop.it
A recurrent phrase that has been appearing in frequent discussions is “Deaf heart.”  Our national interpreter organization, RID, has long been characterized as needing a Deaf heart.  Recently, changes have been made to move RID to...

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From Street Leverage: Exploring Deaf Centered perspectives in the field of interpreting.

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Catching a brain wave - Dailyuw

Catching a brain wave Dailyuw “With people who are using sign language, or who might be deaf, their brains work differently than those who might just be getting two auditory languages,” said Lindsay Klarman, who collaborated on the research and...
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Activists request government for interpreters - Daily Monitor

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Activists request government for interpreters
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“When the deaf go to hospitals they normally do not have an interpreter to help them express themselves yet they are prone to infections too.
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Nicodemus, B. and Swabey, L., Eds. (2011) Advances in Interpreting ...

My Lumber Room: Readings in Interpreting, Teaching, and Learning. "A man should keep his little brain attic stocked with all the furniture that he is likely to use, and the rest he can put away in the little lumber room of his ...
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Deaf News: Lloyds TSB launches British Sign Language service for Deaf customers

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The banks have had a bad rap since about, er, 2008. Now, finally, there’s some positive news, with Lloyds TSB becoming the first UK bank to enable Deaf customers to contact them online in their own language – BSL.
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Australians raise the bar for interpreting and translating - NewsMaker (press release)

Australians raise the bar for interpreting and translating
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Concerns about interpreting standards and conditions in Australian courts and hospitals prompted a two-year review of the previous code.
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alana aloi's curator insight, February 12, 2013 1:34 AM

I love this, its about time here in the US too

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Increasing student motivation by choosing smart strategies | Virginia ...

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... do others think?) Completing the task brings the student social rewards, such as a sense of belonging to a classroom or other desired social group or approval from a person of social importance to the student.

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Phil Chappell's curator insight, February 8, 2013 3:28 PM

The four dimensions of student motivation in the classroom: competence, autonomy/control, interest/value and relatedness.

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“Signs” of Success | Keuka College News

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Sure, Assistant Professor of American Sign Language- English Interpreting (ASL-EI) Brian Cerney puts “ghost interpreters” to work in traditional courses. But there's nothing to be afraid of. Cerney's”ghost interpreters” are his ...
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Deaf people to voice community concerns - Mackay Daily Mercury

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Deaf people to voice community concerns
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LIZA Clews needs Mackay people with hearing difficulties to voice their concerns, so she can help them access the best community services.
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