Open Process Interpreting Model: The Power of Language

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Power-sharing requires awareness. This class explores how sign language interpreters, using the open process model, can make more conscious and insightful choices with Deaf Consumers as equal contributors with shared responsibility in the interpreting process.


2 reviews for Open Process Interpreting Model: The Power of Language

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Brandon Arthur (verified owner)

    This presentation changed my perspective on how we work with those party to the interpretation in order to get the most effective outcome possible. Good stuff!@

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Amy DeLorenzo (verified owner)

    Very thought-provoking presentation with excellent, specific examples to highlight ways in which ideology limits our thinking about interpreting. Expanded my perspective and allowed me to examine some “best practices” more closely . Highly recommended

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