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Federal funding for GURIEC ended October 2016. This website will be maintained for at least 2 years, but will not be updated. All videos on the GURIEC YouTube channel will remain available. We encourage you to download any materials you would like to keep. Through April 2017, you may still email email@example.com with any questions.
The GURIEC Video Interpreting Repository hosts a collection of articles, discussion, and other material and media dealing with Video Relay Service (VRS) interpreting and Video Remote Interpreting (VRI). We welcome suggestions for additional resources to post as an open source of information for those interested in video interpreting. Check back frequently for updates.
To join the VIMS online discussion group, email VIMSgroupfirstname.lastname@example.org. Membership in VIMS is open to all RID members in good standing.
Cogen, C, & Cokely, D. (2015), p 16-17.
Trinity Health Systems settled a case with the US Attorney General and Deaf litigants. The settlement outlines provision of on-site and VRI interpreting services.
Read consent decree
Virginia Relay Services allows deaf and hearing to talk
HHS Issues Health Equity Final Rule
Deaf People Can Now Report Crimes Online Using Sign Language
Deaf People Make their Voices Heard at the NC General Assembly
First Direct and HSBC launch sign language video service
More sign-language interpreters needed as video-relay service launches in Winnipeg
U.S. Attorney's Office settles Americans With Disabilities Act case with Webster Bank
Shumer to FCC: Protect Video Relay for Deaf People
Victory for video interpreters: first contract
Deaf Miami mom-to-be sues to have sign language in delivery room.
Family of deaf couple sues Erlanger over lack of interpreters
Deaf Aotearoa Supports the Use of Video Remote Interpreting
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