Welcome to e-terp, my blog for sign language interpreting in the new media. Me and my co-bloggers invite you to discuss interesting topics, conflicting views and inspiring ideas related to interpreting in writing or in sign. All authors keep the rights for their contributions published on this blog. Contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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