IJIE Volume 10(2) Published

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The Conference of Interpreter Trainers is pleased to announce the publication of the International Journal of Interpreter Education 10(2). You can view the table of contents below.  We want to highlight that the first research article, Designated or Preferred? A case study of a deaf academic and two signed language interpreters working together for a PhD defence contains video examples – the first time the IJIE has incorported signed language examples in publication.  We hope that you will view this article and consider ways to promote signed languages for use in academic discourse.

TCreative Commons License imagehis is also the first time we have published with a Creative Commons license.  This license provides for use of the articles provided that you give credit to the authors and CIT as the publisher of the International Journal of Interpreter Education; do not use it for commercial purposes, and do not make derivative works from it.  For more information on this license, click here.

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Table of Contents

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Editorial

Shared learning involving spoken and signed language interpreting students
George Major and Ineke Crezee

Research Articles

Designated or Preferred? A case study of a deaf academic and two signed language interpreters working together for a PhD defence
Maartje de Meulder, Jemina Napier and Christopher Stone

Source Attribution in ASL-English Interpreter Education: Testing a method
Laura Maddux

Encountering Change: Job Satisfaction of Sign Language Interpreters in Finland
Liisa Martikainen, Petri Karkkola and Matii Kuitinen

Relay Interpreting as a Beneficial Tool for Conference Interpreting Training
Fanny Chouc and José María Conde

Open Forum

Interview with Niki Baras Translators and Interpreters Australia – A Division of Professionals Australia
Oktay Eser, Miranda Lai and Niki Baras

Dissertation abstracts