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The Conference of Interpreter Trainers is a professional organization of interpreter educators. Primarily focused on interpreters working between American Sign Language and English, CIT is a professional organization dedicated to laying the educational foundations for interpreters to build bridges of understanding.

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Be sure to send your conference photos to communication@cit-asl.org to be included in the slide show during the banquet. Here’s a photo of the three students in the PhD in Translation and Interpreting Studies Program at Gallaudet University pictured with Dr. Danielle Hunt. Great presentations of crucial research.#Gallaudet #CIT2022 ... See MoreSee Less
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Have you seen the king?!? #citkop22 ... See MoreSee Less
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Can't wait to see you all at the conference! Make sure you know how to get your CEUs! youtu.be/dDFZ4ljzkbk(Director of Professional Development, Ben Davis) “Hi! Are you ready to learn? Do you want CEUs or a certificate of attendance? Pay attention to this policy. For the conference you are required to arrive on time to the sessions. The length of the sessions vary and a different policy applies to each. (see email from Conference@cit-asl.org) For 1 hour sessions, you must arrive within the first 5 minutes of the session. For sessions that are 1.5 to 2 hours, you must arrive within the first 10 minuets. For 3 hour sessions, you must arrive within the first 15 minutes. If you arrive late than you are not eligible for CEUs or a Certificate of Attendance. Now we will show you the process for signing into your sessions. (two conference attendees on their way to a workshop). “I’m so excited for these workshops! Are you ready? Hurry hurry, we need to arrive on time! Lets go!”(attendee 1 approaches the door to the workshop, scans QR code with her phone and signs into workshop) (attendee 2 approaches the door to the workshop and can’t figure out how to scan and sign in) “Support staff, help me! Help me! (support staff shows him what to do) (Support staff) “If you need help, look for us with the purple arm band” (Director of Professional Development, Ben Davis) “Alright, so go to your workshop, sign in and enjoy AND at the end of the day, fill out the attendance form. The Conference Committee will email all attendees at the end of every day with a link to fill out the final attendance and feedback form. Be sure to select the workshops you attended that day and leave any comments you like. This step is due by MIDNIGHT each day. So to get CEUs you must both sign in to the workshop when you arrive AND fill out the online attendance and feedback form at the end of the day. Remember, after the conference it will take about 60 days for the CEUs to process and appear on your RID transcript. If you want a Certificate of Attendance please contact Conference@cit-asl.org Enjoy the conference!” ... See MoreSee Less
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We would like to honor any of our ASL/interpreting teachers, mentors or researchers who have passed since 2018 at the conference. If you know of anyone who should be included in our “in memoriam” please send the name, location where they worked and a photo to Rebecca Minor at: secretary@cit-asl.org ... See MoreSee Less
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Lets go to the mall! youtu.be/HZL5DjESEGY ... See MoreSee Less
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