Dear friends of efsli!

Registration for the efsli conference in Ljubljana has now closed and we have heard from many of you that you are disappointed that you won’t be able to attend. Don’t panic.

We are pleased to announce that you can follow live streamings of several conference plenary presentations. This is a service available to those who could not make it to come to Ljubljana.

The planned schedule is as follows: (All timings are CET.)

Saturday14th September

Official opening of the conference 09.00-09.45
Examining Questions of Interpreting and Video

Remote Technology

Keynote Speaker: Prof. Jemina Napier (UK) 09.45-10.30
Calling Centre for People with Hearing


Jasna Bauman (Slovenia) 11.00-11.40
Interpreting Ideals and Relaying Rights Hilde Haualand (Norway) 11:40-12:20
The Impact of Monological Interpreting

Models/Approaches when Applied to Remote


Peter Llewellyn-Jones (UK) 12:20-13:00

Sunday 15th September

The Signing Questions and Answer Tool SQAT

– a Tool for Translation from Written Language

into Sign Language and vice versa

Knut Weinmeister and Lea Schramm


Modern Technology and Modern Interpreter Mo Bergson, David Wolfenden, Roger Beeson

and Christopher Stone (UK)


The language of broadcasting: English and Slovenian language, IS and Slovene sign language.

If you are interesting in such participation, you can register by filling up this form. The participation fee is 150,00 € for all broadcast. You can pay fee only with BANK TRANSFER

IBAN: SI56 0201 3026 0187 381


Nova ljubljanska banka d.d., Trg republike 2, 1320 Ljubljana, Slovenija

The registration for live broadcast is opened from 1st of September until 10th of September. When we get your payment, we’ll send you link and password that you will be able to participate to the event.


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