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COVID-19: News and Campus Updates | Fall 2021 Plans

In light of Campus closure regarding COVID-19, employees in the college of Education and Behavioral Sciences are working remotely and faculty are teaching classes virtually in an effort to best support our campus community. We ask for your patience as some services may be limited and response time may increase. We appreciate your understanding as we prioritize health and safety. Updates will be published to UNC's COVID-19 information page as the situation develops.

Due to the need for social distancing as a result of the SARS-CoV2 virus, summer courses for the Teaching ASL MA (TASL) and the ASL English Interpreting BA (ASLEI) programs will be offered in an alternative distance format.  Neither students nor faculty will be on campus this summer session.

Please check your bearmail regularly for more information.

ASLEI Summer Logistics 2021

Immunization Requirements
The State of Colorado Immunization law (C.R.S. 25-4-901) requires all students to submit proof of immunizations. Students must submit records prior to registering for classes at UNC. Students will not be allowed to register until after they have submitted a completed immunization record. 

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Daily Operational Updates

Immunization Requirements

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 Summer ONLINE Information & Resources

Summer Online Orientation  May 27, 2021 6:00-8:00 PM MST  

Summer Online Orientation

Join online to learn details about the ASLEI-BA Summer 2021 session.

 June 1 - July 16, 2021

 Live Zoom sessions with course instruction.

  View and download your schedules below. 

ASLEI-BA Seniors enjoying  summer 2020 courses. 

ASLEI Seniors

  •  ASLEI  Instructional Information

    The summer session always involves a lot of work condensed into a short period of time.  Each of you will be taking 6 credits this summer. 

    Schedule & Preparation

    Syllabus: Your instructors will send out the course syllabus two weeks prior to the course start date. 

    The final version of the Syllabus will be in your online Canvas classes.  ALWAYS use the version from your Canvas classes as there may have been editing changes from the time they were sent to you  and when they posted in Canvas.

    Once you have accessed the Syllabus, go to the Required Materials page.

    If you need to order materials, you may do so at your favorite site or use the campus book store: The UNC Book Store.  All items may not be available to order right away so be sure to check back as needed. 

    Schedules: Although the start and end dates and times vary according to contact hour requirements, you will essentially be in live Zoom sessions for approximately two hours during specific evenings of the week. 

    Homework: In addition to what appears on the schedule, you will have homework that will require additional time and attention.  There will also be major assignments that will require weekend work. 

    The following hyperlinks are the class sequences for summer 2021. 

    INTR 103-210
     
    INTR 211-220
     
    INTR 315-320-323

    Technical Requirements

    Tips and Technical Requirements for UNC ASLEI Students

     Technical Support:

    UNC Help Desk will also be available for support.

    Faculty & Staff

    Dr. Barbara Garrett

    ASLIS Director & Associate Professor

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    Dr. Leilani Johnson

    ASLIS Director Emerita

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    Kate Beilmann

    Administrative Coordinator & Academic Advisor

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    INTR 103: ASL VII (3)

    Pauline Ballentine

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     Melinda Kisling

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     INTR 210: ASL-English Contrastive Analysis (2)

    Susan Brown

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     Patty Gordon

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     INTR 211: Critical Thinking & Analysis Skills (3)

     Carrie Woodruff 

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     INTR 220: Introduction to Consecutive Interpreting (3)

     Angela O'Bleness

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      INTR 315: Portfolio Assessment (1)

    Amy Kroll 

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     INTR 320 & 323: Introduction to Simultaneous Interpreting & Lab (5)

     Lauri Krouse

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     INTR 415-900 Portfolio Assessment IV (1) 

     Amy Kroll

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     INTR 492-900 Internship for Interpreters (3) 

     Susan Brown

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