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Job Posting: Bethel College Interpreting Program

Download PDF of  job posting May 10, 2017 To Whom It May Concern: Bethel College is seeking to fill a full-time faculty position for the Sign Language Interpreting program to begin fall 2017. Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate courses in American Sign Language, team teaching interpreting courses, student recruitment, public relations, assessment, and involvement in the […]

International Journal of Interpreter Education – Complete Volume 9(1)

 Download Complete PDF of Journal (2 MB) Table of Contents Editorial Creating Connections Between Inquiry and Education Ineke Crezee and George Major Research Articles ‘Look-at-me’ Versus ‘Look-at-this’: Signed Language Interpreters’ Perceptions of Promotion on Facebook Brett Best Using Propositional Analysis to Assess Interpreting Quality Yan Lydia Ding “That is not the question I put to […]

Editorial: Creating Connections Between Inquiry and Education

Editorial: Creating Connections Between Inquiry and Education Ineke Crezee and George Major, Co-Editors[1] Auckland University of Technology  Download PDF Version of Editorial (161 kb) Welcome to the first issue of Volume 9 of the International Journal of Interpreter Education. This issue offers a thought-provoking array of insights into the connection between research inquiry and interpreter education—which […]

Signed Language Interpreters’ Perceptions of Promotion on Facebook

‘Look-at-me’ Versus ‘Look-at-this’: Signed Language Interpreters’ Perceptions of Promotion on Facebook Brett Best[1] London, United Kingdom  Download PDF for Complete Article (222 kb) Abstract This article reports on a study exploring signed language interpreters’ perceptions of promotion on Facebook. Due to the global prevalence of Facebook, this study incorporated an international perspective by holding focus […]

Using Propositional Analysis to Assess Interpreting Quality

Using Propositional Analysis to Assess Interpreting Quality Yan Lydia Ding[1] The University of Auckland  Download PDF of Complete Article (337 kb) Abstract This article compares two methods of assessing interpreting quality: the holistic method and the proposed propositional analysis method. The author first summarizes previous research on interpreting quality, from which quality criteria were selected […]

An Analysis of Student Legal Interpreting Errors

“That Is Not the Question I Put to You, Officer”: An Analysis of Student Legal Interpreting Errors Jo Anna Burn[1] Auckland University of Technology, Auckland Ineke Crezee Auckland University of Technology, Auckland Download PDF of Complete Article (257 kb) Abstract Court interpreting is a challenging and highly skilled profession. Legal questions are designed to achieve […]

The Benefits of Research on Learning and Practice

The Benefits of Research on Learning and Practice: Thoughts from the 2017 Symposium on Interpretation and Translation Lori Whynot [1] Gallaudet University Download PDF for Complete Article (170 kb) Excerpt The IJIE editors prompted this reflection on the recent 2017 Symposium on Signed Language Interpretation and Translation Research (March 31–April 2, 2017) at an opportune […]

Interview with Dr. Myriam Vermeerbergen: Flemish Sign Language

Interview with Dr. Myriam Vermeerbergen: Flemish Sign Language Myriam Vermeerbergen[1] KU Leuven Debra Russell[2] University of Alberta Download PDF for Complete Interview (178 kb) Abstract Myriam Vermeerbergen is one of the newest researchers and educators to join the Editorial Board of the IJIE. Professor Vermeerbergen is the chair of the Flemish Sign Language group at […]

Review: Signed Language Interpretation and Translation Research

Book Review: Signed Language Interpretation and Translation Research. Selected papers from the first International Symposium Rachel McKee rachel.mckee@vuw.ac.nz Nicodemus, B. & Cagle, K. (Eds). (2015). Signed Language Interpretation and Translation Research. Selected papers from the first International Symposium. Washington DC: Gallaudet University Press. (250 pages). Download PDF for Complete Review (157 kb) Excerpt Kudos to […]

Review: Linguistic Coping Strategies in Sign Language Interpreting

Book Review: Linguistic Coping Strategies in Sign Language Interpreting Rachel Mapson rmapson@qmu.ac.uk Jemina Napier, Linguistic Coping Strategies in Sign Language Interpreting. Gallaudet University Press, 223 pp. ISBN 978-156368-658-0 Download PDF for Complete Review (152 kb) Excerpt The republication of Napier’s influential doctoral thesis ensures the continued availability of this detailed version of her original study. […]