Videoconferencing and Sign Language Interpretation Go Hand-in-Hand

2016.05.18 - Videoconferencing and Sign Language Interpretation Go Hand-in-Hand

Speakers of other languages are fortunate to have videoconferencing when they need an interpreter but there’s not one available in-person. With a webcam, microphone, videoconferencing software and a solid Internet connection, those who might otherwise not be understood can communicate clearly and easily through a remote interpreter. Having video enhances the conversation and makes it more of a personal experience, just like having an interpreter in-house.

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Survive Your First Videoconference in 5 Easy Steps

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At ClickMeeting, we think that everyone should experience the incredible benefits of videoconferencing. For one reason or another, some people haven’t yet taken the plunge – maybe they’ve never thought about it before, or haven’t had the time or opportunity to set it up. If this applies to you, or someone you work with or supervise, then a little hand-holding is in order.

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