Aim and Scope
IJIE seeks to achieve a better understanding of the principles that underpin the effective development and delivery of interpreter education. It seeks to understand how policy and practice in the area can be built on sound theoretical or heuristic foundations to achieve a greater impact on educational outcomes and practical application.
Articles based on empirical or action research are welcomed. We also seek submissions which discuss effective teaching practices, and opinion pieces which highlight trends and debates in the interpreter education field.