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As a part of RID’s strategic goals, we focus on providing interpreters with the educational tools they need to excel and succeed at their profession. One way we are able to accomplish this objective is through the publications and products we offer to members.
As part of the benefits package of becoming a member of RID, individuals receive the follow publications free of charge:
The Journal of Interpretation (JOI)
2008 Publications Needs Assessment
In early 2008, the RID membership participated in a publications needs assessment to determine the future shape of communications efforts. The results of this assessment were published in the March issue of VIEWS. Changes to the publications strategybegan July 1, 2008. For questions, contact Tina Maggio, Senior Director Member Programs and Services.
BOOKS AND REFERENCE MATERIALS
RID's catalog of publications, books and reference materials offers a wide variety of titles relevant to the interpreting profession written by authors who have established distinguished careers and reputations as some of the most respected interpreters in their field. To browse and purchase a publication, please check out the RID online store.
RID Press is a professional publishing arm of RID. The mission of RID Press is to extend the reach and reputation of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) through the publication of scholarly, practical, artistic and educational materials that advance the learning and knowledge of the profession of interpreting. The Press seeks to reflect the mission of RID by publishing a wide range of works that promote recognition and respect for the language and culture of deaf people and the practitioners in the field.
RID Publications is also a component of RID and focuses on publishing professional literature and association-related information. The main difference between RID Press and RID Publications is that RID Press concentrates on producing text books and other educational/instructional material. For example, RID Publications produces RID’s newsletter, VIEWS, The Journal of Interpretation and various RID brochures, like the Standard Practice Papers. RID Press published the books you will find in the RID catalog of publications.
Please contact RID for more information about RID Publications, RID Press or this Web site.
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