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Difference between revisions of "American Sign Language and Interpreting Education" - RITpedia
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'''Interpreting''' is a [[major]] at [[RIT]].
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'''American Sign Language and Interpreting Education''' (commonly '''Interpreting''' and less-commonly abbreviated '''ASLIE''') is an academic department focusing on developing [[American Sign Language]] interpreters.
  
RIT is one of the few colleges in the nation that includes a [[National Technical Institute for the Deaf]].
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The [[ASL-English Interpretation|interpreting]] major offered by the department is the most prestigious in the [[United States]]
  
 
1/16th of the population at RIT is [[Deaf]] or [[Hearing Impaired]].
 
1/16th of the population at RIT is [[Deaf]] or [[Hearing Impaired]].
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RIT offers many classes in [[American Sign Language]] and [[Deaf Culture]].
 
RIT offers many classes in [[American Sign Language]] and [[Deaf Culture]].
  
[[Category:Majors]]
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[[Category:Academic departments]]
 
[[Category:National Technical Institute for the Deaf]]
 
[[Category:National Technical Institute for the Deaf]]

Revision as of 15:42, 16 May 2010

American Sign Language and Interpreting Education (commonly Interpreting and less-commonly abbreviated ASLIE) is an academic department focusing on developing American Sign Language interpreters.

The interpreting major offered by the department is the most prestigious in the United States

1/16th of the population at RIT is Deaf or Hearing Impaired.

RIT offers many classes in American Sign Language and Deaf Culture.