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Mary Stotler Award Winner 2014 – Dr. Laurie Swabey

Congratulations to Dr. Laurie Swabey for being awarded the 2014 Mary Stotler Award.  Dr. Swabey is currently a professor at St. Catherine University and is the project director at the CATIE Center – which is part of the National Consortium of Interpreter Education Centers. More information on this award and Dr. Swabey will be included […]

Workshop Barcodes for CEU Process

These are the codes you need for filling out the workshop evaluation. [av_table purpose=’tabular’ caption=” responsive_styling=’avia_responsive_table’ av_uid=’av-rdbl92′] [av_row row_style=’avia-heading-row’ av_uid=’av-p2vp46′][av_cell col_style=” av_uid=’av-o54mty’]Wednesday[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=” av_uid=’av-mb1qee’]Thursday[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=” av_uid=’av-kleapi’]Friday[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=” av_uid=’av-1ux6c6′]Saturday[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=” av_uid=’av-hz98ja’][av_cell col_style=” av_uid=’av-gfcf46′]Pro-Tactile Training 0029.1014.03 PS .6 CEUs Back to our Roots 0029.1014.28 PS .15 CEUs[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=” av_uid=’av-e38xx2′] Connecting Communities 0029.1014.27 PS .15 CEUs ED […]

Breaking Down Complexity

I finally was able to break away from the Registration booth and take in an entire workshop. Here’s a bit of my take on what took place in Jonas Carlsson’s presentation on “The Essence of Complexity Lies in the Individual Elements.”  Hopefully, I will be able to share some of what I take away from […]

Live Coverage of CIT Conference

Thanks to the StreetLeverage team, you can have access to the workshops and plenary sessions of the CIT Conference.  For those of you note in attendance, that can be a great bonus.  But even for those of you who are here in Portland, the Twitter feed and the Facebook posts can have a sense of […]

Even Registration is Exciting

Registration has begun – and our room is packed full with pre-conference attendees learning about Pro-Tactile interpreting from aj granda and Jelica Nuccio. While perhaps not as informative, registering at the CIT conference is at least as fun.

Packing Your Bags

It’s the night before the start of the Pre-Conference and a lot of work has already gone in to making the CIT Conference a great experience for everyone attending.  Our conference support staff have been busy packing the conference bags. You will find a variety of goodies inside: information about new materials related to interpreter […]

2014 CIT Conference Evaluations

For the 2014 CIT Conference Evaluation, you need to fill out an evaluation for each session you attend. Click here to fill out the evaluation [av_button label=’Evaluations’ link=’manually,’ link_target=’_blank’ color=’green’ custom_bg=’#444444′ custom_font=’#ffffff’ size=’large’ position=’center’ icon_select=’yes’ icon=’ue8d6′ font=’entypo-fontello’ av_uid=’av-2wo1xm’] .

Transportation from Airport to Hotel English Version When you land into Portland airport, go downstairs to the baggage area. Go right toward the end of the baggage area (you are facing doors – go right.)  You will see signs leading to MAX train, which is also called light rail.  You need to purchase a ticket at a ticket machine.  […]

Reasons to Attend the 2014 CIT Conference

The CIT Conference Committee shares a variety of reasons to attend the conference in Portland.  Check out this video. [av_button label=’Register for the Conference’ link=’page,358′ link_target=” color=’green’ custom_bg=’#444444′ custom_font=’#ffffff’ size=’large’ position=’center’ icon_select=’yes’ icon=’ue812′ font=’entypo-fontello’ av_uid=’av-6w11t’]   English Summary: The following is a written summary of the ASL video.  Note that this provides the content but […]

Conference Proceedings Submission Guidelines – 2014

This information is to provide details about the proceedings submission guidelines. It was stated in the Call for Presentations that all selected speakers are expected to submit a proceedings paper – either in written English or ASL. Therefore, each conference presentation should submit to the proceedings. Presenters may choose to submit in ASL, English, or both. […]