Tag: genre

  • Can’t get enough workshops, Yuma? I’m coming in October!

    Can’t get enough workshops, Yuma? I’m coming in October!

    My esteemed colleague Kirsten Nelson is presenting workshops in Yuma, Arizona this weekend, and I will be presenting workshops there first weekend of October. I’m sure Kirsten’s workshops are knocking their socks off, and I hope mine will blow their minds. By the time we’re done with them they’ll be barefoot and openminded! 😉 Here’s […]

  • All the details about my workshops in Phoenix this July

    Here are all the details about the workshops I am offering in July, including date, time, title, and description. I will be teaching Vague Language (VL), Genre Recognition, Oral & Sign Transliteration, and Voice Interpreting / Vocal Technique at the Desert Valley Regional Cooperative, 8055 N 24th Ave, Phoenix AZ 85021. You may register by […]

  • Workshops I’m presenting in Phoenix in July

    I will be presenting four workshops this July in Phoenix at the Desert Valley Regional Cooperative, 8055 N 24th Ave, Phoenix AZ 85021: July 6 5p-9p Vague Language July 7 5p-9p Genre Recognition July 19 5p-9p Transliteration July 21 5p-9p Voice Interpreting Call 602-771-5225 or email Amerigo.Berdeski@asdb.az.gov to RSVP. Donations of $20 and up requested. […]

  • Genre Recognition Venn Diagram

    Genre Recognition Venn Diagram Originally uploaded by Daniel Greene I’m such a nit-picking perfectionist it’s killing me! I’m working on tweaking my slideshow presentation for a workshop I’m teaching at the Arizona RID State Conference, and I’m creating a Venn diagram because it was suggested by a few of the participants when I first taught […]