Advanced Information Technology for Translation
Acquire more advanced competencies in the use of technology in translation. Increase student awareness of the scope and limitations of Computer Assisted Language (CAT) Tools. Increase their interoperability skills in creating, processing and transferring data between Computer Assisted Language (CAT) Tools. Increase student awareness of major developments in translation and technology.
David William Hardisty
Weekly - 4
Total - 168
The classes take place in a computer room. They include short demonstrations by the teacher to show software functions, or demonstrations where students also do the steps being shown. Students will also research one particular specialised area in the second half of the course and present their findings to their peers. Material will be made available on the Faculty´s elearning platform.
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