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Learn to master technical translation formats.  

Demand for translating online content including marketing websites, social media, computer-based training, and ecommerce applications, has grown tremendously. Clients now regularly require translation of electronic media that go way beyond Microsoft Office.

In the online segment of this course, students are guided through hands-on exercises that mimic how web content is authored, designed, and published.

Following that, students spend an intensive three days onsite in Monterey in a fully outfitted computer lab where participants disassemble, manipulate, and rebuild a real website to create a "localized" copy that is adapted for the target language market. The final sessions are conducted online, exploring more advanced projects.

Faculty

Jon Ritzdorf

Dates and Fees

Online: starting July 2, 2018
On-site in Monterey: August 2–4, 2018

Tuition: $1,375. Early bird discount of $100.00 if paid by May 1, 2018.

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Please contact the Translation and Interpretation Professional Programs office for more information.