Research Corner: Perception in ASL Interpreted Interactions: Consumer Orientation (*PPO approved)(virtual)



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In this guided VIRTUAL workshop, participants will read, analyze and discuss the article, “Perception in ASL Interpreted Interactions: Consumer Orientation,” Colleen Jones, 2018

Research Corners are small group (limit 20) discussions focusing on an academic article or chapter. We use the article as a guide for discussing topics relevant to the work of interpreters (processes, techniques, psychology, ethics, etc.). Research Corners are INTERACTIVE! :)

The focus article should be downloaded and read in advance of the Research Corner (you are awarded .05 CEUs for doing this).

The focus article is publicly available HERE:

.25 CEUs RID/QAST approved


  • Reflect on perceptions of non-signing adults on interpreted interactions

  • Consider hearing and deaf consumer perspectives on interpreted interactions

  • Discuss potential benefits of pre-assignment education for non-signing interlocutors

  • Reflect on interpreter responsibility for consumer education

(*Research Corners may be presented in either ASL or English, conversational ASL competency required)


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