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Learn about what the Internet has to offer translators and other language service providers. Leverage online glossaries and dictionaries. Search the web and find the information you’re looking for. Save your documents and resources online, so you can share them with colleagues/clients and access them anytime, anywhere. Save your backups online. Do your translations online. Convert files between different formats – PDF, Word, Excel, pictures. Research your clients and partners before you commence cooperation. And more…
The workshop will cover the following topics:
* On-line glossaries and dictionaries
* Searching the web
* On-line saving/sharing of documents
* On-line backup
* On-line translation
* On-line conversion of formats
* Company background research
Do you have any favorite on-line resources in one of the above categories? Do you know any websites or on-line applications you'd like to recommend to others?
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Marek Buchtel (Czech Republic)
Bio: Marek Buchtel is a freelance translator (English/Czech) with more than 15 years of experience in the industry. He specializes in business, legal and IT translations as well as website/software localizations. In addition to translating, Marek provides workshops and trainings on topics related to increasing productivity of translators. He majored in information technology at the University of Economics in Prague, Czech Republic, and studied English/Czech translation and interpreting at the Institute of Translation Studies – Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic. He’s the coordinator of the team working on the Czech localization of ProZ.com. Marek lives in Prague.