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Katie Jewett

Signing Well, Coming Soon! *WEBSITE ADVERTISEMENT*

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Hello my name is Katie, I am a senior in the American Sign Language/English Interpreting Program at the University of South Florida. I am not yet an interpreter.

 

Signing Well features fitness vlogs by Rosa Lee Timm and episodes from the podcast Well Now, powered by Saje.com.

The purpose of this site is to provide access to the podcast in Sign Language and access to the fitness vlogs in English. At the same time, allowing me to practice interpreting skills and an opportunity to receive feedback.

 

Signing Well will be going public this Friday! https://jewettk3.wixsite.com/signingwell

 

You can check out my disclaimer video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=INPYPLenlew

 

Thanks for watching! I hope you enjoy!

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