Training

These papers and websites/publications relate to training, in general, and related factors concerning the interpreter and their role in the communication process.  Some articles are not specifically related to interpreting, but give insight into the concept of training, and applications can be made to the interpreting profession.

Those specifically related to interpreting are identified with an asterisk - *.

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*College Offers Sign-Language Training. By: Neuses, Dawn. Community College Week, 12/27/99 - 01/10/2000, Vol. 12 Issue 10/11, p18, 1/3p; (AN 2701791)

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