The 9th edition of the International Journal of Interpreter Education (IJIE) was just published in December 2017. The IJIE is an open access journal and is available to anyone interested. You can read and download for free a wide range of articles. For example, about the training of interpreters in Spain's asylum and refugee office and on evidence-based practice conducted in Norway with second-year interpreting students as they prepare to interpret for deafblind clients for the first time.
For this edition Ester de Boe, PhD student at the University of Leuven, held an interview with me. Would you like to know my advice to interpreter educators and interpreting students? Read the interview here.