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Two experienced trainers share some lessons learned from the efforts of a three-month training program at Barton Health in South Lake Tahoe, California, to prepare bilingual employees who are Spanish heritage speakers to enter the field of health care interpreting.Read More
How do we compensate for the lack of direct human interaction in online training courses? The socio-affective strategies discussed here will help optimize the instructor’s effectiveness and prepare students for the workplace.Read More
Demand for online education continues to grow in the U.S. and is globally “on track to become mainstream by 2025.” In this article, three experienced instructors involved in the design of online translation and interpreting curricula share tips for creating an online community that encourages students’ reflective practice and enables structured student interactions.Read More
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