Is There Disruption in the Sign Language Interpreting Profession?

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Jemina Napier

Chat with Instructor Jemina Napier is a sign language interpreter researcher, educator and practitioner and Professor at Heriot-Watt University. She is accredited as an interpreter between English and BSL, Auslan, and International Sign. She was an inaugural board member of WASLI and is a member of the WFD Expert Group on Accessibility.

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