Language Access and the New Reality, winter edition

03 Dec 2020 to 04 Dec 2020
09:00 PM to 12:00 AM

We are happy to announce Interpreter Education Online (IEO) second virtual conference: Language Access and the New Reality coming to you on December 3rd and 4th.

The theme of the conference is evolution of the interpreting and translation profession during the pandemic and possible impact to take place after the election in the US. Join us to participate in expert discussions about the most pressing issues and new developments in the industry, learn what to expect in 2021 and beyond, receive hands-on tips that will help you expand your career, network with your peers, win prizes in the IEO's raffle, get CEUs before 2020 closes, and so much more!

If you'd like to sponsor one of the industry's largest online conferences, please view our 3 sponsorship packages. By sponsoring IEO conference you will reach the industry's best linguists, hospital and court administrators, influencers, and more. With extensive digital coverage of IEO conference you will gain exposure to hundreds of translators and interpreters. Network with attendees to shape the future of language access nationwide and globally.

Part of the proceeds will be donated to such industry non-profits as Translators without Borders and Found in Translation. 

Sessions and panels:

  • HIPAA for interpreters and translators by Bruce Adelson
  • Your power: Entrepreneurial side of surviving the pandemic by Giovanna Lester
  • What the Future Holds: Bill Rivers, Chris Carter, Konstantin Dranch
  • National ETOE Study: Preliminary results by Natalya Mytareva
  • Language Access and the Law – Post-Election: Bruce Adelson, Carla Fogaren
  • Interpreting 2020: pivoting in the time of quaranteams and doomscrolling: Liz Essary, Ernest Nino-Murcia, Janis Palma
  • Expanding skills and careers: Natali Lekka, Alessandra Checcarelli, Rafa Lombardino
  • How to break into emerging language access needs in education by Victor Sosa
  • Navigating language access in education: interpreter's perspective by Mireya Perez
  • What the job market says: Virginia Joplin, Ksenia Boitsova, Paul Tracy, Beth Podber
  • Giving back to our global communities: Translators without Borders, Translation Commons, Found in Translation, Women in Localization
  • Advocacy by Caitilin Walsh