Final Notes for ATA63 Attendees

Watch the ATA63 Wrap-Up
If you missed the Closing Session on Saturday, then you missed the ATA63 video recap. Here it is again! Relive the moments or see what you missed. Click to watch!

View ATA’s Photo Gallery
See the fun and faces from ATA63!

Submit Your ATA63 Surveys for a Chance to Win
Your ideas and suggestions have helped shape the ATA Annual Conference over the years. So, please take the time to complete your ATA63 overall and session conference surveys and tell us what you think. Surveys submitted by December 1 will automatically be entered to win a free registration for the ATA64 Annual Conference in Miami, Florida (October 25-28, 2023) or an ATA Webinar. Look for the surveys on the ATA63 Conference app. iPhone users, please use the web version of the app to complete the surveys; go to https://www.tripbuilder.net/html5/ata2022/login.php. Questions? Contact ata@atanet.org.

ATA63 Continuing Education Points
ATA-certified translators earn 1 CEP for each hour of conference sessions attended, up to a maximum of 10 CEPs. In addition, ATA-certified translators may earn 1 CEP for each hour of AST courses attended, up to a maximum 5 CEPs per day. Certified and credentialed interpreters may also be eligible for ATA63 continuing education credit! Check out the Continuing Education Credit page on the ATA63 website to learn more.

To receive your continuing education certificate, go to https://web.atanet.org/conf/conf_login.php and login using your username and password provided in yesterday’s post conference email. If you cannot find your login information, please contact Cathy Taguding at cathy@atanet.org.

Thanks to all ATA63 Sponsors and Exhibitors!
Sponsors and exhibitors played a crucial role in making this a memorable conference. Please take a minute to check out ATA63 Sponsors and Exhibitors and consider returning their support in your business decisions.

Interested in Presenting at ATA64?
Next year’s ATA Annual Conference in Miami, Florida (October 25-28) may seem like a long way away, but the call for proposals will actually go out in January, and the deadline to submit will be in early March. So, now’s the time to start planning! Check out “How to Submit a Successful Proposal.”

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