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Save Auslan Courses team wins Deaf Victoria award | Save TAFE ...

Last night the team behind the campaign to save high-level Auslan education in Victoria was awarded the E.R. Noble Community Award as part of Deaf Victoria's AGM and 30th year celebrations. The team is truly humbled by ...
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Translation & Interpreting - Vol 4, No 1 (2012)

Latest issue of the T & I journal!


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Warning signs: how our research was misrepresented in the news - The Conversation

Warning signs: how our research was misrepresented in the news - The Conversation | Sign Language Interpreting | Scoop.it
Warning signs: how our research was misrepresented in the newsThe ConversationFor a linguist like myself, the sign languages of deaf communities are an inherently fascinating area of research.
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SIGNALLING CHANGE - in education, mental health and interpreting

SIGNALLING CHANGE - in education, mental health and interpreting - is a documentary directed by Haaris Sheikh and produced by Interesource Group and the SIGNALL…...

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Scientists Discover Deafness Gene - Newser

Scientists Discover Deafness Gene - Newser | Sign Language Interpreting | Scoop.it
Daily MailScientists Discover Deafness GeneNewser(Newser) – Scientists have identified a gene that causes about one in 25,000 babies to be born deaf, and they hope the discovery will lead to new treatments.
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Deaf History – History of Sign Language «

Deaf History – History of Sign Language « | Sign Language Interpreting | Scoop.it
How a language of gestures came to be American Sign Language has been around for a long time. But who invented it or or how did it come to be? ASL's European Origins What we call American Sign Language actually has ...
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Lynette Taylor: A Role for Sign Language Interpreters – Preserving ...

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First published on America's Street Leverage community blog, offering sign language interpreters context and insight on industry related issues and topics. Republished here by kind permission. As a coda when I left home to ...
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alana aloi's curator insight, February 14, 2013 1:06 AM

need to see more of this kind of honest dialogue out there

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Mental health of deaf people : The Lancet

Mental health of deaf people. By - Dr Johannes Fellinger MD, Daniel Holzinger PhD, Robert Pollard PhD.
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aPLaNet Mentoring online through social networks

Keynote given September 2012 in Istanbul at the aPLaNet launch conference...

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Interpreting Dos and Don'ts « Shenyun Wu

Interpreting is challenging and fun, but it's also a profession and something to take seriously. Not only do we want ... Continue reading.
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Macquarie University Symposium: Sunday 14 October 2012 | ASLIA Victoria

Macquarie University Symposium: Sunday 14 October 2012 | ASLIA Victoria | Sign Language Interpreting | Scoop.it
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The Practicality of Social Constructivism in eLearning

Ryan Goodrich analyzes the practicality of social constructivism in e-learning. The use of tools like blogs, wikis and forums is discussed in detail.
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Merrill Reid Social Styles

Merrill Reid Social Styles | Sign Language Interpreting | Scoop.it

Have you ever wondered why you hit it off with some people immediately, while with others it's like oil and water? That's because there are four primary behavioral styles, each with a very distinct and predictable pattern of observable behavior. Once you understand these patterns, you have the key to unlock your ability to get along with nearly anyone.

 

The social styles link will you identy your preferred style, those around you.


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Lost in Translation

The Lost in Translation report considers the barriers to creating a sustainable Australian Translating and Interpreting industry.

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Sign Language Proposed as Official Language in Ecuador - Radio Cadena Agramonet

Sign Language Proposed as Official Language in Ecuador - Radio Cadena Agramonet | Sign Language Interpreting | Scoop.it
Radio Cadena AgramonetSign Language Proposed as Official Language in EcuadorRadio Cadena AgramonetThe presentation of the first dictionary of signs for deaf people in Ecuador became a lure so that this language is considered official language,...
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Bloom's digital taxonomy Wheel and Knowledge Dimension

Bloom's digital taxonomy Wheel and Knowledge Dimension | Sign Language Interpreting | Scoop.it

http://eductechalogy.org/swfapp/blooms/wheel/engage.swf

 


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A tad skeuomorphic for my tastes but the thinking behind it, is great…

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Para el diseño de actividades y determinación de RED.

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Tanzania faces shortage of sign language experts - IPPmedia

Tanzania faces shortage of sign language experts - IPPmedia | Sign Language Interpreting | Scoop.it
IPPmediaTanzania faces shortage of sign language expertsIPPmediaThere are just too few sign language teachers in the country, particularly from the University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM).
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Automated translation of sign language into text is now a reality ...

Automated translation of sign language into text is now a reality ... | Sign Language Interpreting | Scoop.it
Automated translation of sign language into text is now a reality. Imagine holding your smartphone at someone using sign language and then their words start scrolling across the screen. Ernesto Compatangelo.
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'Portable Sign Language Traslator': Automated translation of sign language ... - Phys.Org

'Portable Sign Language Traslator': Automated translation of sign language ... - Phys.Org | Sign Language Interpreting | Scoop.it
'Portable Sign Language Traslator': Automated translation of sign language ...Phys.OrgThe technology has the potential to transform how sign language users communicate, whether they are profoundly deaf or have lost hearing in later life.
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5th World Congress on Mental Health and Deafness - A report | Deaf ...

As part of Deaf Children Australia's commitment in policy leadership in mental health and deafness in Australia, I was fortunate to be able to attend the 5thWorld Congress on Mental Health & Deafness held in Mexico in May this year.
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Eight Tips to Decrease Public Speaking Anxiety

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Eight Tips to Decrease Public Speaking Anxiety
Dumb Little Man | Sep. 24, 2012, 5:31 AM | 105 |

 

Let’s face it: Many of us would rather dive into a vat of boiling oil than give a speech.

Public speaking is one of the major phobias. But it doesn't have to be that way.

By following the eight tips below, you can decrease your public speaking anxiety and give an effective speech.

Let's start with the first one, which is to be adequately prepared.

Read more: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/DumbLittleMan/~3/YJQWYR7kdZY/eight-tips-to-decrease-public-speaking.html#ixzz27sseZdTZ


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Civility matters for ASL interpreters, and everyone else - Deseret News

Civility matters for ASL interpreters, and everyone else - Deseret News | Sign Language Interpreting | Scoop.it
Deseret NewsCivility matters for ASL interpreters, and everyone elseDeseret NewsCivility is a hot topic throughout today's business world, and is as pertinent to the interpreting profession as any other, said Carolyn Ball, director of Salt Lake...
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Sign Bilingualism Provide Solutions to Persons with Hearing - Manipur

For this is to become a reality we need to produce quality sign language teachers. It is not enough to have enough teachers; we have to have sign language interpreters as well. Without the interpreters, it will become ...
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What Role Does Civility Play in the Sign Language Interpreting Profession?

What Role Does Civility Play in the Sign Language Interpreting Profession? | Sign Language Interpreting | Scoop.it
If the work we do as sign language interpreters requires that we convey messages not only with words but also with our demeanor, shouldn’t we consider what our demeanor conveys?  I propose that demeanor is the face of civility and the effective...

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