Georgia Perimeter College
Sign Language Interpreting Program
Policies and Procedures for the Sign Language Interpreting
all information and then complete the Contract Quiz below. In order to
complete submission, all questions must be answered correctly.
The Sign Language Interpreting Lab is a study area.
Please remember that courtesy to fellow students is required. For this
reason, the following rules apply.
Cell phones, pagers, and other sound-emitting devices must
be turned OFF while in the Sign Language Interpreting Lab.
Voices should not be used. You should use ASL for
communication. If you must communicate with voice, please whisper.
Children are not allowed in the lab or in the hallway
outside of the lab.
The Sign Language Interpreting Lab has been given to
us for our use. We must treat it with respect and care. The equipment is
expensive and sensitive and for this reason, the following rules apply.
You may not bring open food or drink into the Lab. You may
have water ONLY in a bottle with a screw-on lid. This can be left in the
middle area of the Lab but may not be taken to the computer stations.
You should leave your book bags, etc. in the center of the
lab to maintain a clear and safe work environment in the computer area.
DO NOT try to do your recording/viewing on your own until
you have been trained in how to use the equipment. Wait for the assistance
of Lab staff.
DO NOT touch the control panel below the desk, cameras,
remotes, etc. without assistance.
Materials available in the lab for student use and
assignments are copyrighted materials for which we have purchased a site
license. It is illegal to make copies of these materials for use outside
the lab. Copying these materials is prohibited. Any student who wants a
personal copy of these materials must purchase them from the publisher. Any
student who is found to have made an illegal copy of the materials will face
disciplinary action, as this demonstrates a lack of ethical behavior which
the program will not tolerate.
Violations of the above procedures will bring the
First Offense – You will be
asked to correct the situation immediately.
Second Offense – You will be asked to leave
Third Offense – You will be asked to leave
the Lab until a meeting with Department Chair and Lab Supervisor has been
arranged. This step could result in failure of your classes.
The Sign Language Interpreting Lab is an asset to
the Sign Language Interpreting Program, as well as a wonderful tool for
helping you grow in your skills. Let us all work together to make it a great
It is now time to complete the Quiz.
Sign Language Interpreting Lab Quiz
(All answers are required.)
I can bring my Dr. Pepper into the lab as long as it has a
I am allowed to take home the source materials from the lab so
that I can work on my skills in my free time.
The SLIP Lab is a tool for helping me to build my language skill.
I will need to have a Lab technician assist me with the recording
process for the first few times that I am in the lab.
I can have my cell phone on vibrate while in the lab.
ASL is the primary form of communication that I should use while in the
If I cannot get a babysitter it is okay for me to bring my child to the lab
If I disregard the policies and procedures for the Sign Language
Interpreting Lab, it could result in failure of my classes.
By submitting this Quiz, you are agreeing to the
policies for the Sign Language Interpreting Lab.
Your GPC E-mail Address is required.