The National Sign Language Interpreting Project began as an effort to improve access to education by deaf and hard-of-hearing students, enhance interpreter education, and better understand the cognitive abilities underlying interpreting and its comprehension. Our various research projects examine interactions among the characteristics of students, interpreters, and settings. The project eventually led to the establishment of the CERP and expansion of our activities. See our project pages for more information.
For more information on our various collaborative projects, visit the Center for Education Research Partnerships - CERP.