Resource of the Week:
NAIE, Professional Guidelines for Interpreting in Educational Settings, National Association for Interpreters in Education, 2019
Just out in January, this 15-page set of standards and guidelines for educational interpreting is a significant contribution to the field.
Boasting an impressive team of writers and contributors, the document focuses primarily on American Sign Language (ASL) interpreting. Yet its content is valuable and informative for those who work with spoken language interpreting as well.
Clear, concise and easy-to-grasp, the paper addresses some of the greatest challenges in educational interpreting and offers cogent recommendations.
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