IJIE Volume 7(2) to be Published by End of November

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IJIE Volume 7(2) Expected to Publish by End of November

Volume 7(2) of the International Journal of Interpreter Education, which is in the final stages of publication, will be published on-line by the end of November. Print copies will ship in December. The editors, Ineke Crezee and George Major, are working on including timely pieces relating to interpreter education and research in the midst of the growing refugee crisis.  Being an online journal allows for this type of flexibility and we are excited to be able to bring that to you as members of CIT.

CIT No Longer Providing Print Version

Beginning with the 2016 subscription year, the IJIE will be published on-line only. The journal has very few print subscribers or orders for the printed copy to be shipped.  The CIT Board has determined that work involved to prepare and manage the print version is not justified by the few print versions required for members and subscribers. Members and subscribers will have license to print copies of their own use, and CIT will no longer provide the printed and bound copies of the journal.

Preview of Volume 7(2)

Editorial

The Voice of Interpreter Educators
George Major and Ineke Crezee

Research Articles

Reaping the Benefits of Vicarious Trauma
Michael Harvey
Formalizing Community Interpreting Standards: A Cross-National Comparison of Testing Systems, Certification Conventions and Recent ISO Guidelines
Jim Hlavac

Commentary

Recommendations for Interpreter Training for Asylum Interview Settings: A South Korean Case
Jieun Lee and Moonsun Choi
Storied Classrooms: Narrative Pedagogy in American Sign Language-English Interpreter Education
Brenda Nicodemus, Janis Cole, and Laurie Swabey

Open Forum

Opinion Piece: Implementing Findings from Interpreter Education Research. Asylum Crisis in Europe: Belgium as a Case in Point
Heidi Salaets and Katalin Balogh
 Interview with an Interpreter Consumer and Deaf Advocate: Filip Verstraete
Ineke Crezee and Filip Verstraete

Dissertation abstracts