Jemina Napier reports on developments in sign language research, and why deaf people are finally being heard
Does the portrayal of Germans by the UK press stop pupils wanting to study the language, asks Heike Krüsemann
The Diploma in Public Service Interpreting (DPSI), offered by the Chartered Institute of Linguists’ awarding body (IoLET), is now available in the UAE in a new partnership with TGMC, a leading UAE-based translation and simultaneous interpreting...
The IoL Educational Trust (IoLET) is currently seeking suitably qualified and experienced individuals to join IoLET's database of Welsh assessors to participate in language assessments.
The IoL Educational Trust (IoLET) is looking for a writer of examination material for the Local Government Pathway of the Diploma in Public Service Interpreting qualification.
The IoL Educational Trust (IoLET) is currently seeking suitably qualified and experienced individuals to join IoLET's database of exam paper setters and assessors to create and participate in language assessments.
Applicants should be...
Adriana Hunter on the challenges of translating the most recent book in the pun-laden series, and the pressures of following in the footsteps of its much-loved translator Anthea Bell
Reza Shirmarz considers the impact of the Iranian government’s decision to ban English-language teaching
Jen Calleja, the British Library’s inaugural Translator in Residence, reflects on the significance of this new role
An exciting new challenge was taken on by over 500 language learners in schools this summer looking to put their language skills to the test.