Sound Advice for New Interpreters
August 21, 2012 Leave a comment
“Sound Advice for New Interpreters” from across the pond…
I truly admire bloggers who manage to keep up their blogging schedule through the summer months. And I doubly admire one blog in particular for having made a number of valuable contributions to the interpreting blogosphere this summer.
I’m referring to Life in LINCS, a blog written by the members of the Department of Languages and Intercultural Studies (LINCS) at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh. If you follow the Interpreter Diaries on Facebook or Twitter, you will have seen me sharing a number of their posts over the past few weeks.
I particularly liked the three-part series “From gown to booth – Turning your degree into a job” on how to get started in the interpreting profession:
So thanks very much to the people at Life in LINCS for all the great summer…
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