CIT Conference Follow-up

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Following Up on the 2016 CIT Conference

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Doug Bowen-Bailey headshot wearing CIT shirt

Doug Bowen-Bailey
CIT Webmaster
webmaster@cit-asl.org
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As one of the registration co-chairs, I want to thank everyone who helped to make the CIT Conference such a success.  As Carole Lazorisak shared in her report, the local committee in Kentucky (pulled together by Conference chair Linda Bozeman) was fabulous.  Both my co-chair, Paula Gajewski, and I knew that the Registration Desk was always in good hands.
Also, thank you to all of the attendees.  When pulling off a conference that runs on volunteer power, we always have some glitches.  We appreciated your patience and working with us to get to the final result that worked for everyone.
Finally, I want to remind you that the CIT Conference is not designed to be only an in-person experience.  Some of our presenters have shared their presentation slides and handouts. Check them out here.
StreetLeverage LogoOur partner, StreetLeverage, has also gone further in extending what you can learn from the conference.  You can view the keynote, plenary, and endnote presentations on StreetLeverage’s web site.  They also have a series of interviews with presenters and contributors to the conference. Thanks to StreetLeverage for their support of CIT and quality interpreter education.
In addition, StreetLeverage shared some reflections from many of the presenters at the conference in the form of a slide show.  Please enjoy.

StreetLeverage – 2016 CIT Conference Reflections from Brandon Arthur

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