Remote Interpreting

Many interpreting services are now provided remotely, offering some benefits to interpreters and the deaf community, including ease of scheduling services.

Maintaining a Professional Appearance

Remote interpreting requires that interpreters maintain additional equipment in order to provide professional interpreting services remotely.

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Seeing and Being Seen

In many cases, it will be helpful for interpreters to be Co-Hosts of virtual meeting rooms. This will allow you to Pin one or multiple attendees who use ASL, and possibly even Spotlight yourself.

Chat with the meeting host to determine the most accessible and least disruptive practice.