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Conference Updates – July 2014

by Carole Lazorisak, Director of Professional Development pd@cit-asl.org English Version Hello.  I am Carole Lazorisak, your director of professional development and conference planning coordinator. There are some exciting things underway as the conference planning falls in place.  The hotel is all set, so make sure you make your reservations and get a room.  Conference registration […]

Making Academic Discourse Exciting: Advice for Digital Immigrants – July 2014

  English Version In the April newsletter, I wrote about e-publishing options and how digital publishing might benefit our field.  This article is an example of how eBooks from other fields can also be of benefit to us. Making Academic Discourse Exciting In the summer, I frequently try to catch up on the reading that […]

Preserving Our History – President’s Report – July 2014

by Leslie Greer, President president@cit-asl.org English Translation Hello! This summer many of you attended conferences, RID regional conferences, NAD conferences and several others which I hope you enjoyed. I was recently on vacation travelling the country, and while driving I began to notice “preservation” everywhere! For example, old houses left untouched to preserve history, local […]

July 2014 Membership Report

by Jessica Bentley-Sassaman membership@cit-asl.org English Version Hello CIT members! Summer is here! You can see our membership numbers in this report. Before we know it, October will be here and that means the CIT conference! If you have not registered, please do so now! It will be a great time of learning, networking, and improving […]

New NCIEC Products on ASL/English/Spanish Interpreting

Three New Products Available on ASL/English/Spanish Interpreting Request Yours Today!  Toward Effective Practice: Interpreting in Spanish-Influenced Settings This publication adds to the current body of research, literature, and resources by highlighting the myriad elements that comprise the trilingual “big picture.” Through its evidence-based content, the publication offers quantitative data to support long-time anecdotal beliefs. It […]

Job Posting: Iowa State University – Lecturer in American Sign Language

Proposed Start Date  08/16/2014 Job Description  The Department of World Languages and Cultures at Iowa State University invites applications for a part-time Lecturer in American Sign Language (ASL) who will develop and teach courses in the area of American Sign Language and Deaf Culture. The individual selected for this position will develop and teach courses […]

Job Posting: Framingham State University ~ Visiting Lecturer in ASL/English Program

Job Description: Framingham State University invites applications for a Visiting Lecturer position in the American Sign Language/English Bachelor’s Degree Completion program to begin September 2014.  The successful candidate will oversee the practicum component of the curriculum.  Students in the program take two semesters (fall and spring) of interpreting practicum consisting of 120 hours in the […]

Volume 6(1) of International Journal of Interpreter Education Now Available

CIT is proud to announce the publication of Volume 6(1) of the International Journal of Interpreter Education.  Our special thanks goes to Jemina Napier who has served as editor for the IJIE for the first 6 years.  She is stepping down from this position, though will be helping with transition for new editors to carry on […]

Submitting an Event

Members can now submit an event directly to the CIT calendar.  Events will be reviewed by the Tech Team and published in a  way that is consistent with the site. Process 1)  Log-in to the site with your username and password.  (The log-in box in the lower right of every page.) 2)  A bar will […]