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Interpreting via Video started in the 1990's and has quickly become an essential service for many people in our field. Video interpreting has unique advantages and risks, and GURIEC is dedicated to providing relevant research, training, and resources.
GURIEC supports the NCIEC efforts on VRS/VRI. We host regular national symposiums on video interpreting research and practice. GURIEC also developed the Video Interpreting Resources Repository, a curriculum for instruction on several aspects of effective practice in VRS interpreting, and contributed to the video interpreting materials listed on the NCIEC site.Stay up to date on the latest offerings about video interpreting by subscribing to our e-news.Questions about video interpreting? Our projects and resources below may give you ideas, or contact us with questions. We're happy to help!
News In Spring 2014, the biannual GURIEC Video Interpreting Symposium became a portion of the inauguralInternational Symposium onSigned Language Interpretation and Translation Research GURIEC was thrilled to host this Symposium on March 28-30, in partnership with the Gallaudet Dept. of Interpretation and the Interpreting Research and Translation Center The Symposium was on-site at Gallaudet as well as online via streaming video. Nearly 300 attendees from all over the world enjoyed this historic event which showcased a wide variety of research. While videos will not be made available to the public, Gallaudet Press will publish a volume of selected papers. Resources Video Interpreting Symposium 2011 presentations can be viewed in the Presentation Archives. The Video Interpreting Resource Repository has also a collection of research and resources related to video interpreting.
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