• Interpreting Lab

    The American Sign Language & Interpreting Program has a fully-digital interpreting lab available for student use, which is open a minimum of 19 hours per week. Lab hours are adjusted each semester to fit with course schedules. The lab features:

    • Over 300 videos for ASL and interpreting practice
    • 18 student stations with:
      • Computer with DVD-RW capability, Internet access and Microsoft Office
      • Headphones
      • Digital video camera
      • Sony Soloist® ASL Digital Video Comparative Recorder
        • Audio/Video Comparative Recording
          • Playback an audio file while recording a video file (optionally with audio).
          • Playback of all in synchronization
        • Video/Video Comparative Recording
          • Playback a video file while recording a video file (optionally with audio).
          • Playback of all in synchronization
            • Video file playback in one window, local camera/recording in a second window
        • Real-time Audio/Video Comparative Recording
          • Teacher or model student can speak while students record video
          • Teacher can “stream” audio (from any source) while students record video
        • Real-time Video Communications
          • Monitor
            • View any student camera on teacher PC
          • All Call, Group Call and Model
            • Send teacher’s/student’s camera video to all or a Group of students
          • Intercom, Pairing
            • Teacher-student/student-student “video chat”
          • All Call + Model
            • Send teacher’s and a student’s camera video to all
  • Sign Language Video

    Video
  • Contact Information

    Interpreter Preparation Program
    Health Sciences Building #2 - Room 238
    West Campus
    361-698-2813
    361-698-2809