A Professional Approach to Translator Training (PATT)

  • Olvera Lobo M
  • Robinson B
  • Castro Prieto R
  • et al.
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Information technology is a significant challenge for teachers involved in training translators, the prototype of teleworking professions. This article presents an approach that integrates technology into the day-to-day teaching of a range of disciplines. The univerity of Granada, Spain, offers a four-year first-degree program in Translation and Interpreting. The innovative, collaborative learning project we describe is an online simulation of work in a translation agency. We believe it enhances the quality of translator training within the university context.




Olvera Lobo, M. D., Robinson, B., Castro Prieto, R. M., Quero Gervilla, E., Muñoz Martín, R., Muñoz Raya, E., … Díez Lerma, J. L. (2007). A Professional Approach to Translator Training (PATT). Meta: Journal Des Traducteurs, 52(3), 517. https://doi.org/10.7202/016736ar

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