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TIEM’s Consortium (NCIEC) Administrative Team Contributions 2005-2010

The Coordination team played a significant role in coordinating the NCIEC programmatic work-teams, which were focused on identifying, establishing and disseminating effective practice-based products and resources. The Coordination work-team was charged with implementing processes and practices to ensure effective communication, collaboration and information-sharing across the various programmatic work-team activities. The Coordination team proposed and implemented a number of time and cost-saving approaches to internal NCIEC communication, including streamlining and increasing the utilization of on-line office technology. The team also researched and implemented a standardized time-tracking system, which was adopted by all of the Centers. In addition, through the Coordination team, NIEC maintained responsibility for enhancing and carrying out standardized accounting procedures for the NCIEC.  To read more… The Dissemination and Outreach team was responsible for increasing NCIEC brand visibility and recognition, and promoting standardized dissemination practices across the Consortium to eliminate duplicative efforts while achieving maximum geographic coverage. The work of this team was to utilize, and improve upon, the products of the PR/Marketing and Web/IT teams. To read more…TIEM’s National Center efforts on the Programming & Planning administrative team served to guide and inform the programmatic work-teams. The Programming & Planning team tracked the NCIEC programmatic work-teams adherence to effective practice protocols, and monitored the progress made by each work-team in the establishment of effective practices within their designated program area. To read more…

TIEM’s National Center provided the leadership to the Evaluation team, which was charged with carrying out evaluation processes that focused both on the degree to which the NCIEC had effectively worked to maximize resources and minimize duplication through the collaborative approach, and the extent to which the effective practice-based resources and products developed and disseminated by the work-teams improved interpreter education outcomes. To read more…

TIEM’s National Center provided ongoing content contributions for the use of the Policies and Procedures team through the development and implementation of procedures relevant to effective coordination processes. To read more…

TIEM’s National Center led the Steering Committee, which was created to establish and promote ongoing collaboration and coordination among the six centers, and which it carried out through structured meetings, planned agendas, and formal documentation of discussions and decisions of the directors. To read more…