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What 2016 Taught Sign Language Interpreters about Success in 2017

What Did 2016 Teach Sign Language Interpreters About Success in 2017?

It is tempting to write 2016 off and move immediately into the new year, but that would mean overlooking some of the profound and fundamental lessons shared by StreetLeverage contributors last year. While public speaking is one of the most fearful things humans can do, expressing one’s thoughts and perspectives via social media in two

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StreetLeverage - IGNITE Workbook

StreetLeverage – IGNITE

Cultural Competence WorkbookThe inaugural installment of IGNITE by StreetLeverage provides a collection of perspectives that explore the journey to cultural competence for sign language interpreters. Explore how: Identities ascribed by others can impact the relationship sign language interpreters have with the Deaf Community.Cultural competence among interpreters supports the work of the Deaf Community towards equity in contrast

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Robert G. Lee - Interpret + Person: Presentation of Self and Sign Language Interpreters

Interpret + Person: Presentation of Self and Sign Language Interpreters

Robert Lee presented Interpret + Person: Presentation of Self and Sign Language Interpreters at StreetLeverage – Live 2014 | Austin. His talk explored how the identities of sign language interpreters as individuals cannot be removed from the communicative interactions of their work or the relations they have with the people with whom they work. You can find the

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Robert Lee

INTERPRET+PERSON: Presentation of Self and Sign Language Interpreters

Robert Lee Talk INTERPRET+PERSON: Presentation of Self and Sign Language Interpreters Robert’s talk will explore how the identities of sign language interpreters as individuals cannot be removed from the communicative interactions of their work or the relations they have with the people with whom they work. Bio Robert G. Lee, MA, CI/CT has been interpreting,

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Sign Language Interpreter - Presenting Identity

Identity Presentation: How Sign Language Interpreters Do It With Integrity

“Who are you? Where are you from?” These are seemingly simple questions. However, I find them incredibly complicated to answer, especially in the past the last few years. Part of my complication in answering has to do with where I currently am in my life, both personally and professionally. At the time of writing, I am

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Robert Lee

Robert G. Lee, MA, CI/CT has been interpreting, teaching and researching for more than 25 years. He is the author or co-author of numerous articles and book chapters on various aspects of linguistics and interpreting from cognitive processing to the syntax of ASL. He is currently Senior Lecturer and Course Leader of the MA and

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