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LINGUIST List 21.206

Wed Jan 13 2010

Confs: Translation, Comp Ling/Austria

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        1.    Blanca Najera, International Terminology Summer School 2010

Message 1: International Terminology Summer School 2010
Date: 13-Jan-2010
From: Blanca Najera <eventstermnet.org>
Subject: International Terminology Summer School 2010
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International Terminology Summer School 2010
Short Title: TSS 2010

Date: 24-May-2010 - 28-May-2010
Location: Vienna, Austria
Contact: Blanca Najera
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.termnet.org/english/events/tss_2010/index.php

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Translation

Meeting Description:

Practice-oriented workshop for professionals in the field of terminology management, researchers and linguists.

Participants will learn about:

-Terminology Theory: Models, Objects, Concepts, Terms
-Applied Principles of Terminology Work
-Retrieving and validating relevant online information for terminology work
-Data Modelling: Data Categories for Terminology Management
-Terminology Management Systems
-Creating a database for terminology work
-Project Management
-Case studies
-Economic Issues of Terminology Management
-Case Studies: Terminology and Software Localization
-Copyright Issues for Terminology Management

During lectures, interactive discussions, exercises and Q&A sessions.

Students have the opportunity to receive 6 credits (according ECTS). After the course all participants have the opportunity to receive the ECQA certificate 'ECQA Certified Terminology Manager'.

TSS 2010 is followed by a two-day series of Workshops 'Diversity and Global Understanding' at the United Nations in Vienna. Participants of TSS are welcome to attend these events, participation is free for TSS attendants.

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