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Submissions from 2017

SHARING THE SECRETS OF DEAFBLIND INTERPRETING, Alix Hackett

SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETERS’ USE OF HAPTIC SIGNS IN INTERPRETED MEETINGS WITH DEAFBLIND PERSONS, Eli Raanes and Sigrid Slettebakk Berge

Submissions from 2016

USING HAPTICES IN HEALTH CARE SETTINGS, Riitta Lahtinen, Russ Palmerand, and Sanna Tuomaala

A GUIDEBOOK FOR EDUCATIONAL SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETERS: Making Accommodations for Students with Combined Vision and Hearing Loss (Deaf-Blind), unknown unknown

Submissions from 2015

SHE’S THE EYES, EARS AND VOICE FOR PEOPLE WITH DEAFBLINDNESS, Christine Dwyer

DEAFBLIND CONNECTIONS: In Support of Advocacy, unknown unknown

Submissions from 2014

SOCIAL AND PRIVATE SPEECH IN AN INTERPRETED MEETING OF DEAFBLIND PERSONS, Sigrid Slettebakk Berge

A BRIDGE TO THE OUTSIDE WORLD, Bettina Kastrup Pedersen

Submissions from 2013

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The Technology of Touch, Interpreted by NTFDBI, Rhonda Jacobs and Larry Asbell

Submissions from 2008

TAKE THE HANDS-ON APPROACH, Elizabeth J. Bull CT.

AN INTERVIEW ON DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETING WITH CHAD METCALF, Rhonda Jacobs CI, CT

DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETING: Many Paths on the Road, Author Unknown

DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETING: Many Paths on the Road, Unknown Unknown

DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETING: Many Paths on the Road, Unknown Unknown

Submissions from 2007

WHAT IS VISUAL INFORMATION?, Rhonda Jacobs

TIPS FOR INTERPRETERS WORKING WITH DEAF-BLIND CONSUMERS, Rossana Reis

DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETING, Unknown Unknown

INTERPRETING FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE DEAF-BLIND: Standard Practice Paper, Unknown Unknown

Submissions from 2006

QUEST FOR SELF-IMPROVEMENT LEADS TO DEAF-BLIND SYMPHONY, Diane L. Chambers BS, IC/TC

ON BELAY....BELAY ON: Close Encounters In Deaf-Blind Interpreting, Patrick Galasso CI. and CT.

DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETING: SETTINGS, SPECTRUMS AND SUCH, Susanne Morgan CI. and CT. and Debbie Olsen CI. and CT.

Submissions from 2005

GUIDING TASKS FOR INTERPRETERS WORKING WITH DEAF-BLIND TRAVELERS, Eug. Bourquin

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF THE STAFF INTERPRETERS AT THE HELEN KELLER NATIONAL CENTER, Jane Hecker-Cain and Ilissa Rubinberg

A PROCESS MODEL FOR DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETING, Rhonda Jacobs

A PROCESS MODEL FOR DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETING, Rhonda Jacobs

INTERPRETING THE PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT FOR DEAFBLIND PEOPLE, Tony Kirk

A DEAF-BLIND PERSPECTIVE, Richard McGann

DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETING WORKBOOK: Student Readings and Worksheets, 2nd Edition, unknown unknown

Submissions from 2004

ADVERBIAL MORPHEMES IN TACTILE AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE, Steven Douglas Collins

CORTICAL PROCESSING OF TACTILE LANGUAGE IN A POSTLINGUALLY DEAF-BLIND SUBJECT, Yasuhiro Osaki

Submissions from 2003

NATURAL MORAL LAW AND THE RIGHT OF DEAFBLIND PEOPLE TO THE SERVICE OF GUIDE-INTERPRETERS, Jan Jakes

Submissions from 2002

EFFECTIVE USE OF INTERPRETERS IN GENERAL PHYSICAL EDUCATION, Carah Best, Lauren Lieberman, and Katrina Arndt

DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETING: Interpreters' Use of Negation in Tactile American Sign Language, Mindy A. Frankel

DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETING: Interpreters' Use of Negation in Tactile American Sign Language, Mindy A. Frankel

TOUCH OF COMMUNICATION, Susanne Morgan

DEICTIC POINTS IN THE VISUAL-GESTURAL AND TACTILE- GESTURAL MODALITIES, David Quinto-Pozos

GUIDELINES: Practical Tips for Working and Socializing with Deaf- Blind People, Theresa B. Smith

Submissions from 2000

FUNCTIONAL IMPLICATIONS & ENVIRONMENTAL MODIFICATIONS WITH STUDENTS WHO HAVE USHER SYNDROME, Beth Jordan

Submissions from 1999

IMPLICATIONS OF VISION LOSS ON THE INTERPRETING PROCESS, Leslie Foxman and Angela Lampiris

Submissions from 1997

TACTILE INTERPRETING - ARE YOU READY?, Jodene Downey

DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETING-INTERNATIONAL STYLE, Carol Gregg CT.

DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETING 101, Rhonda Jacobs CI. and CT.

DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETING 101, Rhonda Jacobs CI and CT

I DON'T DO DEAF-BLIND, Rhonda Jacobs CI. and CT.

CHALLENGES IN DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETING: Then and Now, Carolyn Jolley CI.

DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETING, Jamie McNamara

DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETING, Jamie McNamara

THE DILEMMA OF DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETING, Ruth Sandefur

Submissions from 1996

USING INTERPRETERS WITH DEAF-BLIND CLIENTS: WHAT PROFESSIONAL SERVICE PROVIDERS SHOULD KNOW, Eugene A. Bourquin

Submissions from 1995

COMMUNICATION SERVICES WITH DEAFBLIND PEOPLE IN MIND: Some Perspectives from the USA, Mary Guest

MANUAL AND SPOKEN COMMUNICATION, Jeanne Glidden Prickett

Submissions from 1994

BEING IN TOUCH: Communication and Other Issues in the Lives of People Who Are Deaf-Blind, Alan A. Atwood, John Dennis Clarkson, and Charlene R. Laba

A GUIDE FOR PRESENTERS AT INTERPRETED CONFERENCES, Rhonda Jacobs and Richelle Hammett

Submissions from 1993

DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETING: The structure of ASL and the interpreting process, S Collins

INDEPENDENCE WITHOUT SIGHT OR SOUND: Suggestions for Practitioners Working with Deaf-Blind Adults, Dona Sauerburger

WORKING WITH THE DEAF-BLIND COMMUNITY, Diane Goldberg Weiss

Submissions from 1991

THE INTERPRETER, OUR BEST AND MOST IMPORTANT AID FOR COMMUNICATION, Katarina Johansson

Submissions from 1990

STUDY OF THE TACTUAL AND VISUAL RECEPTION OF FINGERSPELLING, Charlotte M. Reed, Lorraine A. Delhorne, Nathaniel I. Durlach, and Susan D. Fischer

Submissions from 1988

INTERPRETING FOR DEAF-BLIND STUDENTS: FACTORS TO CONSIDER, Karen Petronio

Submissions from 1980

AUTONOMY AND LINGUISTIC STATUS OF NONSPEECH LANGUAGE FORMS, S.T. Teodorsson

Submissions from 1979

INTERPRETING FOR THE DEAF-BLIND, Robert J. Smithdas

INTERPRETING FOR THE DEAF-BLIND, Robert J. Smithdas