Reaching New Heights in Interpreter Education: Mentoring, Teaching & Leadership

Call for 2018 Proceedings Editor

Works directly with the Program Chair and the Director of Research and Publications.


  1. Follow the established timeline established by the CIT board for all proceedings. Submission dates must be followed.
  2. Determine and utilize the selected proceedings format (E-book, PDF with links to streaming video, etc.)
  3. Determine and utilize established distribution methods.
  4. Review current English/ASL submission style guidelines and revise as needed.
  5. Follow ASL submission guidelines and protocol as needed.
  6. Maintains weekly contact with the program chair regarding updates, resources needed, etc.
  7. Respond to questions and concerns from presenters regarding their submissions.
  8. Review each submission according to style guidelines.
  9. Begin editing and compiling submissions into the appropriate format. This will take some time, be sure that time is worked in to your schedule in order to do this.
  10. All proceedings must be proof-read and go through a final editing processes; professional copy-editing services may be used.
  11. Provide the final Proceedings to the Director of Research and Publications and the CIT Webmaster.
  12. If proceedings will be physically distributed at the conference, find out to whom the proceedings should be addressed and send them to the hotel 7-10 days before the conference.
  13. Send file(s) of the proceedings to the interpreter coordinator who can then share with conference interpreters only. Proceedings are copyrighted by CIT and should not be distributed.
  14. A final report will be submitted at the end of the conference to the Director of Research and Publications and the CIT Webmaster.

Interested individuals or teams should send letters of interest (ASL or English) via email directly to Sarah Wheeler at