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  • Gabriel Cabrera Méndez (coordinator)
  • Amalia Amato
  • Gloria Bazzocchi
  • Michela Bertozzi
  • Sabine Braun
  • Ladis Calparsoro Forcada
  • Pilar Capanaga
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  • Raffaella Tonin


Videoconference interpreting

Videoconference Interpreting (VCI) refers to interpreting in a setting whereby the participants themselves are distributed across two or more sites, and the interpreter is normally located at one of these sites. In the context of Public Service Interpreting it is sometimes useful to distinguish between two configurations of VCI, i.e. one whereby the interpreter is co-located with the speaker representing the authority and the other whereby the interpreter shares the location of the minority language speaker. This is particularly important in video links used in legal proceedings, e.g. between courts and prisons, where the interpreter can be located in court or in prison.


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