National Symposium on Video Interpreting: The State of the Practice and Implications ~ Video Remote (VideoSymposium2012)
Venue: Online Conference
|Event Date/Time: Jun 04, 2012||End Date/Time: Jun 06, 2012|
|Early Registration Date: May 10, 2012|
The purpose of the second National Symposium on Video Interpreting: Video Remote Interpreting is to explore current practice in video remote interpreting (VRI). This symposium will address where VRI is being done, and who's doing it. It will explore current practice, research, and implications for the field of interpreting by looking at applications in both signed language interpreting and spoken language interpreting.
To inform participants about the current practices within video remote interpreting
To inform participants about research being done within remote interpreting
To encourage the formation of a community of practice among video interpreters
To encourage research about aspects of video remote interpreting
Process: The Symposium will provide stimulating presentations along with interactive discussion between members and presenters. The symposium will bring together consumers, practitioners, educators and researchers of video remote interpreting.
Format: Pre-recorded presentations, delivered via a NING portal, allowing participants to view the training from their individual computers. The presentations will then be opened for interactive discussion among members and presenters. Presenters will further facilitate the learning process through provision of articles or PowerPoint's related to the topic, provide discussion questions, and moderate a discussion board to the topic. Using the strength of a discussion based symposium, the third day will be facilitated participant-driven discussions composed of conference topics and themes.
Audience: Interpreters, Deaf and Hearing consumers, interpreter educators, vocational rehabilitation personnel, providers of video interpreting, interpreting researchers, and other interested persons.
RID CEUs: 1.8 RID CEUs, Professional (0.6 CUES per day) pending approval.