Department of Environmental Science

How do I work with an Interpreter?

Will you be communicating in person with someone who uses American Sign Language (ASL) as his or her primary language? Don’t know ASL? No problem, that’s where a professional ASL-English interpreter can facilitate the communication between those who do not share the same language. 

Please take a moment to review the information below that pertains to you. If you still have questions about working with an interpreter, please don’t hesitate to contact the staff interpreter

Are you a student taking a course with Dr Campbell?

Not a student and will be using interpreters?

General information about working with a Sign Language interpreter at SMU

Working with Interpreters Tip Sheet - For meeting chairs

Working with Interpreters Tip Sheet - For presenters

Working with Interpreters Tip Sheet - Preparation materials

Working with Interpreters Tip Sheet - For defense students

Working with Interpreters Tip Sheet - For defense supervisors

Working with Interpreters Tip Sheet - For defense chairs

Working with Interpreters Tip Sheet - For radio shows

Working with Interpreters Tip Sheet - For conferences

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