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June 16, 2005

Cultural Perspectives: Phantom Interpreters? Find Out More This Week On I711.Com

From: i711 Relay - Jun 16, 2005


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Should interpreters be provided at an event, even if there are few if any deaf people attending the event? What's the right level of "accessibility?" Trudy Suggs looks at the role of "phantom interpreters" in this week's Cultural Perspectives, new on

Also on this week:

* Bits, Bytes, and Baudot: Options for captioned conference calls blend CART, relay and other technologies, but can also be expensive. Lisa Goldstein gives you the background on this up and coming technology.

* Employment Matters: You could go back to school or the school can come to you. Kevin McLeod examines online education and learning opportunities.

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