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Job: University of Northern Colorado – Asst Prof of ASL

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT Position Title: Assistant Professor of American Sign Language Position Number: F99353 The Department of American Sign Language & Interpreting Studies at the University of Northern Colorado is actively searching to fill a tenure-track assistant professor & program coordinator position.  We are located in the beautiful state of Colorado in the foothills of the […]

IJIE Volume 9(2) Published

The International Journal of Interpreter Education Volume 9(2) is now available with a theme of “Interpreter Education Within and Outside of the Classroom.” Thanks to the editorial team for their work in preparing the volume. Click here for Journal Page, including abstracts. Table of Contents Download PDF of Complete Journal  To view each article, click […]

Does Class Size Really Matter?

Elisa Maroney & Amanda Smith Western Oregon University The interpreting Studies faculty at Western Oregon University conducted a longitudinal study from 2009 to 2016. Part of this study included the collection of Educational Interpreter Performance Assessment (EIPA) scores for graduating seniors. We looked at many variables that might affect the scores and have found three […]

Role-Space Webinars from TIEM Center

Evolving Paradigms in Interpreting Learning and Teaching  Role-Space Theory-What Does It Mean and How Do We Apply It?  Looking for advanced learning? Challenging topics? Don’t just sit there! Join us for a series of 2 exciting interactive webinars as we explore the concepts and applications of Role-Space Theory! This pioneering state-of-the-art theory with wide-spread application […]

Volume 9 (2) Complete Journal and Table of Contents

Table of Contents Download PDF of Complete Journal  To view each article, click on the title link or the list of articles on the right of or below this window. Editorial Interpreter Education Within and Outside of the Classroom George Major and Ineke Crezee 1-4 Research Articles Training Interpreters and Translators in Spain’s Asylum and […]

EDITORIAL: INTERPRETER EDUCATION WITHIN AND OUTSIDE OF THE CLASSROOM

EDITORIAL: INTERPRETER EDUCATION WITHIN AND OUTSIDE OF THE CLASSROOM George Major and Ineke Crezee, Co-Editors[1] Auckland University of Technology Download PDF of Editorial Interpreting is “a living, evolving, and changing entity” which does not take place in a vacuum (Napier, 2005, p. 135). As interpreter educators, we should constantly be seeking new and innovative ways […]

Training Interpreters and Translators in Spain’s Asylum and Refugee Office (OAR): A Case Study

Training Interpreters and Translators in Spain’s Asylum and Refugee Office (OAR): A Case Study Carmen Valero Garcés[1] University of Alcalá Download PDF of Article Abstract The process of applying for asylum has been the primary focus of various legal studies and research programs. Numerous articles dealing with language and communication problems have recently emerged, revealing […]

Conquering the Interpreter’s Operational Space: Sign Language Interpreting Students and their Acculturation to Deafblind Clients

Conquering the Interpreter’s Operational Space: Sign Language Interpreting Students and their Acculturation to Deafblind Clients Gro Hege Saltnes Urdal[1] Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway Download PDF of Article Abstract The author reports on how interpreting students developed their evidence-based practice while becoming interpreters for deafblind people. Focus group discussions were conducted with students […]

Interview with Dr. Phyllis Perrin Wilcox: The Accreditation Process

Interview with Dr. Phyllis Perrin Wilcox: The Accreditation Process Dr. Phyllis Perrin Wilcox[1] University of New Mexico Anita Nelson-Julander[2] VRS Interpreting Institute, University of North Florida graduate student Download PDF of Interview Abstract Dr. Phyllis Perrin Wilcox, professor emerita, taught the first sign language class at the University of New Mexico (UNM) in 1971, when […]