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Project-based CAT tools training

Andrew Rothwell

Swansea University Author: Andrew Rothwell

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This case study reports on the work done at Swansea to teach Computer-Assistd Translation tools to MA students through the use of group-based projects. This work was selected under OPTIMALE work package 5.1 (Training for Professional Practice - New Tools and Technologies) as an example of good pract...

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Published: OPTIMALE project 2012
Online Access: http://www.ressources.univ-rennes2.fr/service-relations-internationales/optimale/attachments/article/15/WP5.1.%20Case%20study_Swansea_EN.pdf
URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa12458
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Abstract: This case study reports on the work done at Swansea to teach Computer-Assistd Translation tools to MA students through the use of group-based projects. This work was selected under OPTIMALE work package 5.1 (Training for Professional Practice - New Tools and Technologies) as an example of good practice.
Item Description: OPTIMALE (Optimising Professional Translator Training in a Multilingual Europe) is an Erasmus Academic Network involving 70 partners from 32 different European countries (including 27 within the EU) - see http://www.translator-training.eu/optimale/.
Keywords: Computer-Assisted Translation, SDL Trados Studio, MultiTerm, cloud
College: College of Arts and Humanities