Yes, Conference Interpreting Is a Thing

By The ATA Chronicle | March 8, 2019

“What are you studying?” During graduate school, when I was living in Toronto and constantly traveling back and forth between the U.S. and Canada,…

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Machine Interpreting and Misleading Marketing

By The ATA Chronicle | March 8, 2019

Nowadays, it seems that most tech companies have produced a product that promises machine interpreting. These are then promoted and sold to a public…

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Educational Interpreting 101: It's a Lot Harder than It Looks

By The ATA Chronicle | March 8, 2019

As school districts across the nation struggle to fulfill language access requirements and the needs of their diverse multilingual families, our profession needs to step up, make space, and provide concrete resources for educational interpreters.

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Future Interpreting Professionals Conduct Action Research in Their Communities

By The ATA Chronicle | January 11, 2019

While a desire to become a well-trained interpreting professional was a common denominator for most of the author’s interpreting students, she realized that unequal social realities for bilingual minority students presented real obstacles to academic success. As an alternative to sleepless nights, she set out to find solutions.

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Spoken Language Education Interpreting at a Tipping Point: Let's Not Reinvent the Wheel

By The ATA Chronicle | November 13, 2018

(The following was originally posted on the InterpretAmerica blog and is reprinted here with permission, http://bit.ly/InterpretAmerica.) Spoken language education interpreting is here. The signs…

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Letter to the Editor

By The ATA Chronicle | July 17, 2017

Letter to the Editor Remote Interpreting: Feeling Our Way into the Future | Barry Slaughter Olsen It was very interesting to read Barry Slaughter Olsen’s…

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