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Below are Language Access Collaborative workshop videos sharing promising practices, policies, and resources compiled to support local governments in North Carolina who want to expand communication with residents in community languages. Tip sheets, templates, and more videos will be posted in 2024.

How to Collect Data on Languages Spoken

Brianna Gilmore | 2023 Language Access Collaborative

Language Proficiency Assessment

Perla Saitz | 2023 Language Access Collaborative

Language Skill Pay Policy for Bi- or Multilingual Staff

Jodie Stanley | 2023 Language Access Collaborative

From Bilingual Staff to Professional Interpreter: A personal and professional journey

Lissette Saca | 2023 Language Access Collaborative

 Creating and Translating Linguistically Accessible Digital Content

Carmen Cruz | 2023 Language Access Collaborative

The Spotlight – El Enfoque

New BIC Partnerships in Carrboro and Marion Make Language Access a Priority
Two new Building Integrated Communities partnerships are underway in the Town of Carrboro and the City of Marion, and both places will soon have new language access plans as a result.
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Susan Clifford
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Disclaimer:

This information has been prepared by Building Integrated Communities, a program within the Institute for the Study of the Americas at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH). The information is offered as potential guidance for participants in the Language Access Collaborative and Building Integrated Communities partnerships. No representations are made regarding the accuracy, relevance, or completeness of this information. UNC-CH does not assume any liability related to the use of this information. Nothing herein represents an endorsement by or official viewpoint of UNC-CH.

Interpretation on Videos:

The live simultaneous interpretation provided in the videos linked above was intended to facilitate communication during the workshop to make it accessible to a wider audience. The speech in the original language is the most accurate record, and a translated transcript would constitute the most exact translation of the text/speech. If you wish to cite or reproduce parts of the recorded interpretation, please contact us.