Final Notes for ATA61 Attendees

Even though we couldn’t put on a conference that would come close to the experience of meeting in person, we did our best to give attendees a memorable experience with networking events, 120 top-notch educational sessions, and more. Relevant sessions? Check. Fun online networking events? Check. Being able to join conference sessions from a sunny backyard in San Diego or a beach in Oregon? Check. It’s all here in the ATA61 conference video recap. Watch now to see what you missed!

Session Recordings Available Online
If you attended the conference, be sure to go back to the conference portal and listen to any of the sessions you missed or replay those that you’d like to hear again. The recordings will be online for at least six months. For those who did not attend the conference, or who would like to purchase one of the Advanced Skills and Training Day (AST) sessions, look for the recordings to be available for sale later this year.

ATA61 Community Open for Six Months
The Community tab on the ATA61 portal home page will remain open to attendees for six months. Just log in as you did for the conference and look for the tab in the top menu bar.

ATA61 Continuing Education Points
ATA-certified translators earn 1 continuing education point (CEP) for each hour of conference sessions attended, up to a maximum of 10 CEPs. Eighteen interpreter credentialing organizations have also approved ATA61 sessions for CE credit. If you’re a certified interpreter, check the ATA61 Continuing Education Credit information to see if your organization is one of them.

Make Plans to Attend ATA62 in Minneapolis!
It’s not too soon to start making plans for ATA’s 62nd Annual Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota (October 27-30, 2021). And ATA’s Upper Midwest Translators and Interpreters Association (UMTIA) can’t wait to welcome you. Check out the group’s video invitation showing you all that Minneapolis has to offer!

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