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Master translation technologies in a professional setting.

Computer-Assisted Translation is designed to introduce language professionals to the critical importance of computer-assisted translation (CAT). This four-day intensive course focuses on the use of translation memory (TM) and terminology management tools throughout all phases of a project.

  • Covers concepts and lingo required to master any translation technology as well as how, why, and when to use such tools.

  • Emphasizes a hands-on approach.

  • Incorporates industry-leading CAT software products.

  • Discusses the value of translation memory applications and how they save the user time and money, and also reduce the tedious and repetitive tasks associated with translation.

  • Considers powerful, low-cost alternatives to mainstream tools to see if they might better suit your professional needs and financial means.

  • Taught without any bias toward a particular language.

Faculty

Jon Ritzdorf

Dates and Fees

August 6–9, 2018
Tuition: $1,375 
Early bird discount of $100.00 before May 1, 2018

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Please contact the Translation and Interpretation Professional Programs office for 2018 space availability.