A form of oral translation which is distinguished by the contexts in which it is employed. Community interpreting usually occurs in a one-to-one setting, and tends to be bi-directional. More on community interpreting...

Medical/Dental

Legal

Business

Education

Faith-related

What should you do when somebody interprets for you?

Certification/Training

Ethics Code

Remote Interpreting

How do you find an interpreter in your area?
Who is not a good interpreter?
What is the difference between a translator and an interpreter?
 

ATA Interpreter Division

Interpreting Bibliography

 


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