Article published In:
Community Interpreting, Translation, and Technology
Edited by Nike K. Pokorn and Christopher D. Mellinger
[Translation and Interpreting Studies 13:3] 2018
► pp. 442464
Adu, Joyce
2016 “Social and academic experiences of students who are deaf at the University of Education, Winneba.” MA thesis, University of Education, Winneba.Google Scholar
Akach, Philemon Abiud Okinyi
2010 “Application of South African sign Language (SASL) in a bilingual-Bicultural approach in education of the deaf.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of the Free State, South Africa.Google Scholar
Anderson, Janna Q., and Lee Rainie
2014Digital life in 2025. Available at: [URL]. Last accessed 7 March 2018.
Asabere, Nana Yaw, and Sameul Enguah
2012 “In Ghana: A Case Study of Electronic Learning (E-Learning).” International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Research (IJICTR) 2(1): 62–68.Google Scholar
Ball, Carolyn
2013Legacies and Legends: History of Interpreter Education from 1800 to the 21st Century. Edmonton: Interpreting Consolidated.Google Scholar
Bhuasiri, Wannasiri, et al.
2012 “Critical success factors for e-learning in developing countries: A comparative analysis between ICT experts and faculty.” Computers & Education 58(2): 843–855. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Bowen-Bailey, Doug
2015 “Organizing in digital hallways: Preparing interpreting students for interactions in social media forums.” In Interpreter Education in the Digital Age: Innovation, Access, and Change, ed. by Suzanne Ehrlich and Jemina Napier, 295–313. Washington DC: Gallaudet University Press.Google Scholar
Cavender, Ann, Richard E. Ladner, and Eve A. Riskin
2006, October. “MobileASL: intelligibility of sign language video as constrained by mobile phone technology.” In Proceedings of the 8th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility, 71–78. ACM.Google Scholar
Clark, Ruth C. and Richard E. Mayer
2011E-learning and the Science of Instruction: Proven Guidelines for Consumers and Designers of Multimedia Learning. Hoboken: Pfeiffer. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Darden, Vicki
2013 “Changes in community contact characteristics in interpreter education. Master’s Theses.” Paper 4. [URL]. Last accessed 9 March 2018.
Darden, Vicki, Emily K. Ott, Erin Trine, and Sarah Hewlett
2015 “Fostering participation and collaboration in online education: A self-study of two cohorts.” In Interpreter Education in the Digital Age: Innovation, Access, and Change, ed. by Suzanne Ehrlich and Jemina Napier, 266–294. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press.Google Scholar
Dean, Robyn K. and Robert Q. Pollard
2013The Demand Control Schema: Interpreting as a Practice Profession. CreateSpace.Google Scholar
Delahayes, Barbara, Jonathan Gibbs, and Emanuela Sebastiani
2016Improving Interpreting for International Disaster-Zone Relief Efforts: Creation of the Rapid Response: Humanitarian Interpreting self-study eLearning module. Maîtrise: Univ. Genève.Google Scholar
Ehrlich, Suzanne and Jemina Napier
(eds.) 2015Interpreter Education in the Digital Age: Innovation, Access, and Change. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press.Google Scholar
Gannon, Jack
1981Deaf Heritage: A Narrative History of Deaf America. Silver Spring, MD: National Association of the Deaf.Google Scholar
International Labor Organization
2006Decent work pilot programme. Country brief: Ghana. [URL]. Last accessed 9 March 2018.
Iqbal, Shakeel, and Ijaz A. Qureshi
2012 “M-learning adoption: A perspective from a developing country.” The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning 13(3): 147–164. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Kaplan, Warren A.
2006 “Can the ubiquitous power of mobile phones be used to improve health outcomes in developing countries?Globalization and Health 2(1), 9. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Lokko, Vivian Kai
2015Govt to lift ban on public sector recruitment? [URL]. Last accessed 9 March 2018.
Maroney, Elisa, Carolina Kudesey, and Sammy Aggro
2015 “Research on Interpreting and Interpreter Education in Ghana: Setting a Foundation for Advocacy and Professional Development.” Poster Presentation, World Association of Sign Language Interpreters. Istanbul, Turkey.Google Scholar
Ministry of Education
2016Inclusive Education Policy. Republic of Ghana. [URL]. Last accessed 12 June 2018.
Nanda, Serena
2004Cultural Anthropology. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth.Google Scholar
Napier, Jemina
2004 “Sign language interpreter training, testing, and accreditation: an international comparison.” American Annals of the Deaf 149(4): 350–359. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Nicholson, Nancy Schweda
1994 “Community Interpreter Training in the United States and the United Kingdom: An overview of selected initiatives.” Hermes 121: 127–39.Google Scholar
Olmstead, Griffin
2015Understanding PPPs; Ghana infrastructure development: Going the PPP [Public Private Partnerships] way. [URL]. Last accessed 9 March 2018.
Omollo, Kathleen Ludewig
2011Information and communication technology infrastructure analysis of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and University of Ghana. [URL]. Last accessed 9 March 2018.
Oppong, Alexander M.
2016Workshop for sign language interpreters at UEW: August 14, 2016. [Workshop introduction and agenda].Google Scholar
Pimmer, Christoph, Sabastian Linxen, Urs Gröhbiel, Anil Kumar Jha, and Günter Burg
2012 “Mobile learning in resource-constrained environments: A case study of medical education.” Medical Teacher 35(5): e1157–e1165.Google Scholar
Porter, Gina, et al.
2012 “Youth, mobility and mobile phones in Africa: Findings from a three-country study.” Information Technology for Development 18(2): 145–162. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Powell, Jennifer Baumert
2015Factors affecting growth in Ghana’s services economy. U.S. International Trade Commission, Executive Briefings on Trade.Google Scholar
Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID)
2016Interpreter Education Program. [URL]. Last accessed 9 March 2018.
2007Team Interpreting. [PDF]. Standard practice paper. RID Publications. [URL]. Last accessed 9 March 2018.
Simpson, Jenifer
2009 “Inclusive information and communication technologies for people with disabilities.” Disability Studies Quarterly 29(1). DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Smith, Amanda R.
2015 “Co-construction of learning and community building in digital education.” In Interpreter Education in the Digital Age: Innovation, Access, and Change, ed. by Suzanne Ehrlich and Jemina Napier, 218–242. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press.Google Scholar
Smith, Amanda R., Pamela D. Cancel, and Elisa M. Maroney
2012 “Creating innovative opportunities for interpreter education program graduates: Transitioning to the professional world.” In iCore: Innovative and Creative Opportunities for Research Education. Proceedings of the 19th National Convention of Interpreter Trainers, 35–54.Google Scholar
Thinyane, Hannah
2010 “Are digital natives a world-wide phenomenon? An investigation into South African first year students’ use and experience with technology.” Computers & Education 55(1): 406–414. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Turner, Mark, Kitchenham, Barbara, Brereton, Pearl, Charters, Stuart, and Budgen, David
2010 “ ‘Does the technology acceptance model predict actual use?’ A systematic literature review.” Information and Software Technology 52(5): 463–479. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Valentine, Gill, and Tracey Skelton
2009 “ an umbilical cord to the world’ The role of the Internet in D/deaf people’s information and communication practices.” Information, Communication & Society 12(1): 44–65. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Valk, John-Harmen, Rashid, Ahmed, and Elder, Laurent
2010 “Using mobile phones to improve educational outcomes: An analysis of evidence from Asia.” The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning 11(1): 117–140. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Vidal, Mirta
1997 “New study on fatigue confirms need for working in teams.” Proteus 6(1): 1–7.Google Scholar
Wood, Amy M.
2009 “Strategies for increasing the interpreter pool using AOC resources.” Institute for Court Management Court Executive Development Program.Google Scholar
World Association of Sign Language Interpreters, Inc.
2013WASLI interpreter education guidelines. [URL]. Last accessed 9 March 2018.