Melvin Walker offers clarification on the RID Credential Moratorium announcement. More RID coverage here.
This workshop will examine interpreters’ approach to ethical decision-making; participants will examine the history of our treatment of ethics. Dates and Locations March 14 – 15th | Riverside, CA | REGISTER NOW … Continue reading
San Francisco, 2007. My very first Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) national conference. I had been working in the field for two years and I was thrilled to be attending the national business meeting with my heroes … Continue reading
August 14, 2013 11:00p The Street Team that made the social media magic happen at the 2013 RID conference. 6:30p StreetLeverage asked people who attended the 2013 RID conference about their experience and … Continue reading
Part of my motivation in writing this article now is that I so poorly dropped the ball when the time came to vote on establishing a position on the RID Board of Directors that dedicated a seat to an Interpreter … Continue reading
For various reasons we, as interpreters, decline assignments. These reasons may include but are not limited to: one’s level of familiarity with content, a conflict of interest, a lack of availability, gaps in training, and a respect for the interpreter … Continue reading