Deaf-Parented Interpreters: We Want YOU!
First of its kind, study of deaf-parented interpreters
If you meet these criteria, please participate in this 20-minute survey.
ASL version: http://youtu.be/0dTLQImr2iM.
- You have one or more deaf parents
- You used signed language in your home while growing up
- You identify as Deaf, Hard of Hearing, hearing, and/or Coda
- You work as an ASL/English interpreter now OR have ever worked as an ASL/English interpreter
YOU can be a part of a study that aims to contribute to the understanding of training and educational experiences of deaf-parented interpreters.
This survey link will be available for responses until August 30th, 2014.
Principal researcher, Amy Williamson, is the daughter of deaf parents, Mary Ella Scarboro Williamson and Barney Williamson of North Carolina. Amy has worked as an ASL/English interpreter since 1990 and is conducting this research as partial fulfillment for a Masters degree in Interpreting Studies at Western Oregon University under the supervision of Pamela Cancel.
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