Please email all questions to [email protected] with the subject header 'ASLI AGM'. We may be able to take some additional questions on the day but pre-submitted questions will aid our time-management of this event. The Chair's Report and Financial Report will also be made available w/c 7th and Noel will be answering questions regarding our financial situation during the Q&A. All welcome and you don’t have to be a member, however only members will be able to vote at the AGM itself.…Find out more »
Definitely not a Conference! – Terptopia or Terpageddon? The future of our post-pandemic profession.
‘ Definitely not a Conference’ “Terptopia or Terpageddon? The future of our post-pandemic profession” We have an exciting line-up of presenters, members can submit questions or comments beforehand and during the day and we are looking forward to fruitful discussions with you all. The event will be conducted via Zoom, so you can tune in from the comfort of your home. Full and Assocaiate members can now pay in installments. If you would like to pay in instalments please visit our…Find out more »
Our first online AGM will be held on 11th October 2020 at 11am. We expect the AGM to last no longer than one hour. All voting will be done prior to the AGM, please check out our AGM page for more information. You will be able to submit resolutions and nominate board members as well as nominate members for a Fellowship (FASLI) as normal. Discussions relating to any motions posted prior to the AGM will happen at a separate pre-AGM…Find out more »
Webinar: Dr Dai O’Brien: Time for Prep – building and maintaining relationships with deaf professionals.
Info coming soon In this webinar Dr Dai O’Brien will outline some of the findings of his recent research project, combining theoretical insights with practical steps that can be taken by interpreters who work with, or want to work with, deaf professionals. Dai will talk about different ways to conceptualise time, the time commitment it takes to provide prep, and some of the strategies that deaf professionals use to maximise the payoff they get for the time invested in arranging…Find out more »