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The CATIE Center has created a prototype Digital Learning Repository. On their site, you can find videos in ASL, Spanish, and English for trilingual interpreting practice. Here is a link to a refined search of their repository for ASL, Spanish, and English practice resources for Trilingual Interpreters.
To support clarity in understanding the role of Translators, Interpreters, Transcriber-Translators and Terminologists, our associations endorse various definitions. Please see the attached document below, which was endorsed by Association internationale des interprètes de conférence (AIIC), Mano a Mano, National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators (NAJIT), National Council on Interpreting in Health Care (NCIHC), and […]
American Sign Language (ASL) Resources for Spanish-speakers
Un recurso bastante chévere un amigo compartió conmigo: http://aulex.org/lsm/ Mathew Call, B.S., NIC, Ed:K-12 ASL/Spanish/English Interpreter & Translator Sacramento, California
For those of you who want to improve your Spanish or English and are interested in a free tech learning style way of doing it! ¡Para aquellos queines quieran mejorar su inglés o español y se interesen en una forma de hacerlo a través de una tecnología gratis! http://www.lockergnome.com/news/2012/05/09/google-chrome-language-immersion/
This Android app accesses the CIA World Factbook as well as the data from the UN. It’s normally $2.99 but today (21 May 2012) it’s free: FactBook for Android. You must download the Amazon Appstore first, but you can also get it in the Google Play Store.
This listserve was founded in October of 2006 and, having grown to over 220 members, remains a key source of information, community-building and support to trilingual interpreters. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/trilingualinterpreters/
Free Spanish English Dictionary+ by Ascendo: This is another free Spanish English Dictionary app for iPhones.