Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

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TRLM 8615

Translation Technology

Translation Technologies Lab

This course introduces students to technologies important to management, engineering and linguistic roles in translation & localization, with a primary focus on tools for linguistic roles including translation and editing. Through hands-on practice, students will learn to use the basic features of a translation environment tool to create translation memory, reuse previous translations, manage terminology, perform quality assurance, and edit translations according to best practices. In addition to computer-assisted translation, the course will also cover appropriate uses for machine translation and post-editing from a linguist’s perspective.

Subject:
TI - Localization Management
Department:
Translation & Interpretation
Division:
Transltn, Interpret & Lang Edu
Requirements Fulfilled:

Sections

Fall 2020 - MIIS

TRLM8615A-F20 Lecture (Wooten)
TRLM8615B-F20 Lecture (Wooten)
TRLM8615C-F20 Lecture (Wooten)
TRLM8615D-F20 Lecture (Wooten)
TRLM8615E-F20 Lecture (Wooten)
TRLM8615F-F20 Lecture (Wooten)

Fall 2019 - MIIS

TRLM8615A-F19 Lab (Wooten)
TRLM8615B-F19 Lab (Wooten)
TRLM8615C-F19 Lab (Wooten)
TRLM8615D-F19 Lab (Wooten)
TRLM8615E-F19 Lab (Wooten)
TRLM8615F-F19 Lab (Wooten)