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Conference & Board Notes

Come to Salt Lake City The CIT Board of Directors has been hard at work planning for the conference.  You can see the updated schedule of presentations here. Hope to see you at the conference! You can get information on registration here. For more reasons to attend, check out this message from Carolyn Ball, the […]

IJIE Volume 10(1) Available

CIT and the IJIE editors are pleased to announce the publication of the International Journal of Interpreter Education 10(1).  Check out the latest scholarship that you help to support as a CIT member. Table of Contents Editorial Interpreter Education for the Changing World Ineke Crezee and George Major 1-4 Research Articles Interpreting Between Modes: Navigating Between […]

Call for Board Nominations – 2018

Our CIT Biennial conference will be held October 31- November 3, 2018. During the business meeting, the members will vote for two board positions, President and Secretary. From our by-laws, here are the duties of the two positions: The President shall: Convene regularly scheduled board meetings and shall preside or arrange for other members of […]

IJIE Volume 10(1) Contents

Table of Contents Editorial Interpreter Education for the Changing World Ineke Crezee and George Major 1-4 Research Articles Interpreting Between Modes: Navigating Between Signed and Spoken Language Vicky Crawley 5-17 Self-Reflective Practices: Application Among Sign Language Interpreters Stephanie Sowa and Campbell McDermid 18-29 Training Deaf Learners to Become Interpreters: A Pilot Project Miranda Lai 30-45 […]

Editorial: Interpreter Education for the Changing World

George Major and Ineke Crezee, Co-Editors[1] Auckland University of Technology Download PDF Interpreter educators will agree that curricula and pedagogies need to evolve continually in response to the demands of the changing world and the communities with which they work. In a previous issue we highlighted situated learning approaches (Valero-Garces 2017; Saltnes Urdal 2017; Burn […]

Interpreting Between Modes

Interpreting Between Modes: Navigating Between Signed and Spoken Language Vicky Crawley[1] York St John University Download PDF Abstract This article examines an interpreting challenge faced by interpreters working between spoken and signed languages: the difference in the amount of concreteness (which the author terms “specificity”) between the two languages. This paper outlines the necessity to […]

Self-Reflective Practices

Self-Reflective Practices: Application Among Sign Language Interpreters StephanieSowa 1 Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York Campbell McDermid University of North Carolina – Greensboro, Greensboro, North Carolina Download PDF Abstract This study examinedself-reflective techniques used by English–American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters. While the literature on service industries suggests that self-reflective practices are beneficial (Goswell, 2012; […]

Pilot Deaf Interpreter Training

Training Deaf Learners to Become Interpreters: A Pilot Project Miranda Lai[1] Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT University), Australia Download PDF Abstract This article reports on a pilot project to train 20 Deaf learners in an attempt to equip them with the skills and knowledge required for interpreting assignments, including how to manage visual communication […]