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LINGUIST List 21.1129

Mon Mar 08 2010

Calls: Translation/Australia

Editor for this issue: Kate Wu <katelinguistlist.org>


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        1.    Annamaria Arnall, AUSIT Biennial National Conference

Message 1: AUSIT Biennial National Conference
Date: 06-Mar-2010
From: Annamaria Arnall <arnallgit.com.au>
Subject: AUSIT Biennial National Conference
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Full Title: AUSIT Biennial National Conference
Short Title: ABNC2010

Date: 05-Nov-2010 - 06-Nov-2010
Location: Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia
Contact Person: Annamaria Arnall
Meeting Email: arnallgit.com.au
Web Site: http://ausitconference.org

Linguistic Field(s): Translation

Call Deadline: 31-May-2010

Meeting Description:

AUSIT Biennial National Conferences have been attracting translators and
interpreters, linguists and language service industry players from all over
Australia and overseas since 1999. This year's conference promises to be even
more exciting and comprehensive than its predecessors. Just metres away from the
pristine beaches of the Indian Ocean in the vibrant port city of Fremantle,
Western Australia, knowledge about research and practice in translating and
interpreting will be shared and enhanced thanks to the enormous potential of
synergy.

Call for Papers

The organising committee of the AUSIT 2010 Biennial National Conferences
requests papers for 20 to 30 minute presentations, and proposals for workshops
and panel discussions.

In offering a paper, please consider the conference theme of synergy. Your paper
should explore, engage with and illuminate some aspects from the following areas
of interest:

- Advance of technology in the field of translating and interpreting
- Industry engagement with the translating and interpreting profession
- Quality Assurance procedures
- Cross-cultural communication and training
- Professional ethics in practice
- Occupational health for translators and interpreters
- Provision of T&I services for rare and emerging language communities
- Indigenous language services
- Marketing and business management
- Training and competencies
- Continuing Professional Development and practitioner credentials
- Mentoring
- Policies and regulatory instruments
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