The Cardiovascular System in ASL and English
with Paul Buttenhoff and Kendall Kail
Interpretations by Patty McCutcheon
Produced by Todd Tourville
An exploration of the cardiovascular system with lectures in both spoken English and ASL, this resource is an excellent opportunity for interpreters to develop their understanding of anatomy and practice their skills for both academic and clinical settings.
This resource has an educational copyright meaning it can be used and duplicated for educational purposes so long as it is not re-sold for a profit.
This project is a creation of the College of St. Catherine
in partnership with SLICES, LLC;
RSA Region V ITP Award #H160A000008
Copyright, CD-ROM First Edition 2001, Revised 2002, Put online 2008.
Credits for this Project
This project was a collaboration of many people’s minds and talents and we wish to acknowledge them here.
Computer Design and Layout:
|The Staff of the RSA Region V Interpreter Training Project:Administrator:
The producer wishes to extend his heartfelt gratitude to Patty McCutcheon for allowing us the opportunity to record her work to share with all of you. I would also like to thank Kendall Kail and Paul Buttenhoff for helping us make this project a reality and for giving us the inspiration to continue this work. It is the desire of this project to make this the first in a series of lectures available relating specifically to Anatomy and Physiology in a college setting. Also, I must thank Doug Bowen-Bailey for his Computer and Design expertise. Without him I would only have a pile of videotapes and typed speeches.