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This CD is chock full of information and documents to help you, as an interpreter or agency, do your job more effectively and efficiently - only $14.95!
This is a custom designed Microsoft Access database written for entry of jobs for your agency, no matter the size. You can generate custom reports and schedules based upon your criteria.
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Today, government agencies, both state and federal, have “come of age,” and are demanding strict adherence to elaborate “Scopes of Work” in their RFQs/RFPs. It is prudent for interpreters in private practice, and agencies who secure interpreting work for their agencies/employees, to better understand the process of bidding.
This is the CD of the PowerPoint presentation given at the 2001 RID conference in Orlando, Florida USA.
This publication will assist you in developing a training program for staff interpreters
This is the doctoral dissertation of Daniel B. Swartz, Ph.D., CI, CT, presented to Capella University, Minneapolis, Minnesota USA, 1999.
Examination of treatment factors for deaf children who have suffered sexual abuse, 1992.
Problems exist in identifying and treating deaf alcoholics and substance abusers, 1992.
Swartz, D.B. (1993). Paper presented at Quad-S (Society for the Scientific Study of Sex) Conference, Penn State University, State College, Pennsylvania, 1993. Also appeared in Journal on Sexuality and Disability (40 pages).
Swartz, D.B. (1993). Paper presented at RID Biennial Convention, Evanston, Indiana, 1993. (57 pages) Acknowledging the lack of information regarding the interpreting profession and its perceptions, misconceptions, and overall understanding of homosexuality, the purpose of this research was to obtain empirical evidence regarding differences among homosexual and heterosexual interpreters regarding their perceived identity and attitudes within multi-faceted, socio-cultural constraints.