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“The CPC & Social Media; When Ethics and Facebook Collide”

GIS Interpreting Services Presents:

"The CPC & Social Media;  When Ethics and Facebook Collide"

Presented by:  S.B. Morgaine 

When:  Monday, January 13, 2014
Time: 9:00am to 4:00pm
Where:  Gallaudet University JSAC 1010

Workshop Description:
This workshop will be a facilitated discussion regarding social media and the Code of Professional Conduct (CPC).  The objective of the workshop is to begin the conversation of this important topic in a supportive environment. Social media such as Facebook, MySpace, Second Life, Twitter, Blogs, Vlogs, Yelp, YouTube and others have become a part of everyday life for millions of people.  Interpreters are now confronted with new, unexplored issues concerning their activities using social media and how these issues relate to the CPC.  Each day interpreters must make choices about the ethical and professional use of different social media outlets.

0.6 CEU's

 Cost For Particiapants:

$75 for Non-affiliated Interpreter & Gallaudet Faculty

$50 for GIS Contract & Freelance Interpeter

$25 Gallaudet Student

Free for GIS Staff

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If you should have questions about this workshop please do get in touch with



Amy K. Lanasa, AAS, BS, CI, CT, NIC: Advanced

Staff Interpreter

Gallaudet Interpreting Services




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