Technology for translation teachers - Braga, Portugal, 27/6-1/7/2005
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Apr 26, 2005

Technology for translation teachers
Braga, Portugal, 27 June - 1 July 2005

The Consortium for Training Translation Teachers, in cooperation with the Intercultural Studies Group and the Institute of Arts and Humanities at the Universidade do Minho, is pleased to announce this intensive training seminar in English.

Based on the models used in Tarragona in 2001, Vicenza in 2002, Granada in 2003 and Tarragona in 2004, the seminar is designed to bring together both professional translators and translation teachers, and to facilitate exchanges between those groups.

Seminar leaders: Bert Esselink, Belinda Maia, Minako O'Hagan, Reinhard Schäler
Academic coordinators: Anthony Pym, Fernando Ferreira Alves
Learning hours: 50 (including software demonstrations)
ECTS credits: 2
Tuition fee: 380 euros

Para mais informações:
http://isg.urv.es/cttt/minho_2005/index.html


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