Introducing research to sign language interpreter students: From horror to passion

Authors Beppie van den Bogaerde
Publication date 31 March 2017
Type Lecture


Abstract van prestentatie. According to Roy and Napier (2015), the earliest research on sign language interpreting dates to the mid-1970s. More recently we have acknowledged the need for research to be part of sign language interpreter (SLI) education programs (Winston, 2013). At present, educators feel an urgent need to embed research in their SLI programs with two goals: first, to firmly base their teaching in evidencebased practice, and second, to teach future interpreters how to continuously improve their practice

Language English

Beppie van den Bogaerde