Mentorship in Sign Language Interpreting acknowledges the contributions of mentoring to the sign language interpreting profession, especially those groups, organizations and programs that have made significant contributions to mentoring interpreters. The 15 chapters in this volume reflect the progress and impact of mentoring in its many forms, theories and models for mentoring programs. Through innovative collaboration with the authors of each chapter, the editors have provided an educational tool that has moved beyond simple implementation of mentoring projects and programs to structured evaluations and informed assessments of the impact of such programs.
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