Featured Interpreter: Alessandra Checcarelli

Italian native conference interpreter, translator and respeaker for English, German and French languages, Alessandra has studied in Rome and Munich. She has mainly worked in Europe after obtaining a BA degree in linguistics and cultural mediation in 2007, and an MA degree in conference interpreting in 2010. She is a…

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Working on Voice Over Projects

Do you have a pleasant voice and good pronunciation? Have you ever translated something that was meant to be read aloud? Have you ever thought about becoming a voice over artist? Learn about the technical aspects of voice over recording and how to apply for projects in the area.

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A Timely Gift

I was one of those lucky professionals who attended Interpreter Education Online’s inaugural online conference. And I can tell you that the value delivered was above the price tag – which is what I have learned to expect from IEO’s Team. Plus, I had the pleasure of spending an afternoon with some dear colleagues who I had not heard from in a long time.

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5 tips on being the best online instructor

By Liz Essary When I started the first year of my graduate work entirely online, I wasn’t sure what to expect as a student. I only knew that getting comfortable functioning in an online environment would work to my advantage as an interpreter who would surely some day be interpreting…

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Video Remote Interpreting education for all

Coronavirus or COVID-19 is on everyone's mind nowadays. For some it still is only the news you read and watch, however, it is a painful reality. With our remote team-member's uncle dying last week of coronavirus, the pandemic hits close to home. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and everyone…

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