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IJIE Vol 12(1) Available

CIT is pleased to announce the publication of the International Journal of Interpreter Education Vol 12(1).  Edited by Ineke Crezee and George Major, this issue contains recent research as well as new resources for interpreting.  Check out what there is to learn from the IJIE about interpreter education in unprecedented times. You can view the complete volume […]

IJIE – Volume 12 (1)

International Journal of Interpreter Education Volume 12(1) ~ July 2020 All views or conclusions are those of the authors of the articles and not necessarily those of the editorial staff or the publisher. Download PDF  

Editorial: Our Work in Unprecedented Times

Our Work as Interpreters in these Unprecedented Times Ineke Crezee Auckland University of Technology George Major Auckland University of Technology All views or conclusions are those of the authors of the articles and not necessarily those of the editorial staff or the publisher. Download PDF We hope this editorial finds you safe and well. When […]

Going Through the Motions: Interpreter-mediated Meetings

Going Through the Motions: Participation in Interpreter-mediated Meeting Interaction Under a Deaf and a Hearing Chairperson Rosie Henley[1] Victoria University of Wellington Rachel McKee Victoria University of Wellington All views or conclusions are those of the authors of the articles and not necessarily those of the editorial staff or the publisher. Download PDF Abstract In […]

Toward Standard Admission Criteria

Toward Standard Interpreter Education Program Admission Criteria Marc D. Holmes, M.Ed. CI/CT/NIC, SC:L, coreCHI™ [1] Gallaudet University All views or conclusions are those of the authors of the articles and not necessarily those of the editorial staff or the publisher. Download PDF Abstract In the United States, signed language interpreter education programs (IEPs) must strike […]

An Achilles’ Heel? Literal and Idiomatic English

An Achilles’ Heel? Helping Interpreting Students Gain Greater Awareness of Literal and Idiomatic English Ineke H. M. Crezee[1] Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand Lynn E. Grant Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand All views or conclusions are those of the authors of the articles and not necessarily those of the editorial staff or the […]

Towards Cross-fertilization

Spoken Language Interpreters and Signed Language Interpreters: Towards Cross-fertilization Daniel Gile[1] Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3 Jemina Napier[2] Heriot-Watt University All views or conclusions are those of the authors of the articles and not necessarily those of the editorial staff or the publisher. Download PDF Abstract This commentary aims to give an overview of […]

Making it Work

Making It Work: Applying AIIC Professional Standards to Conference Signed Language Interpreters Maya de Wit[1] m.dewit@let.ru.nl All views or conclusions are those of the authors of the articles and not necessarily those of the editorial staff or the publisher. Download PDF Abstract Conference interpreters, signed and spoken, work in a wide range of high-level settings, […]