E77: Inside Specialization – Editing, Proofreading, and Copyediting

E77: Inside Specialization – Editing, Proofreading, and Copyediting

By ATA | September 16, 2022

Join podcast host Gloria Cabrejos and guest Eve Bodeux to learn the skills required to specialize in editing, proofreading, and copyediting.

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ATA 63rd Annual Conference

E76: ATA’s 63rd Annual Conference Preview

By ATA | September 8, 2022

Over 160 educational sessions, 15 Advanced Skills and Training Day (AST) courses, 30 subject- and language-specific tracks, industry leaders from around the world, and 1,500 translators, interpreters, students, educators, project managers, and language company owners—what more can you say about ATA’s 63rd Annual Conference?

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Quick Tips! Get Started on a Style Guide NOW!

By The ATA Chronicle | August 1, 2022

Developing a style guide is essential for translation and localization, but who has time to do it? Find out how creating QuickTips could help you address style and terminology issues right away.

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Collaborating with Self-Published Authors: Another Option for Literary Translation

By The ATA Chronicle | July 31, 2022

Can you make money working with self-published authors? Yes! Will you make as much per word as you would if you were translating a chemical patent or financial report? No, probably not, but it can still be worthwhile.

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How I Went from Translator to Subtitler in Just a Few Months: Tips to Start You on Your Way

By The ATA Chronicle | July 31, 2022

The pandemic gave me something I desperately needed: a large chunk of time and a good reason to diversify my service offerings. Here’s an outline of the four steps I followed to save my business and quickly transition from translator to subtitler.

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Translators and Interpreters Working Together to Create a National Code of Ethics for Educational K-12 Settings

By The ATA Chronicle | July 31, 2022

After years of borrowing from other fields of specialization, translators and interpreters working in K-12 educational settings are coming together to create a code of ethics and standards of practice that takes into account the reality of this environment and how multiple interpreting and translation specializations converge in this space. Find out how a multi-state team of professionals has taken the lead to standardize practice and advance the recognition of the role of professionals in this field.

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Interpreting for Spiritual Care in Healthcare Settings

E75: Inside Specialization – Interpreting for Spiritual Care in Health Care Settings

By ATA | July 18, 2022

Join podcast hosts Tatiana Cestari and Anne Connor as they discuss this overlooked specialty of interpreting.

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Self-Published Authors: Another Option for Literary Translation

Self-Published Authors: Another Option for Literary Translation

By The Savvy Newcomer | May 10, 2022

A lot of us first became interested in translation because we wanted to translate books, or more specifically, novels. Even if we ended up…

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Inside Specialization Legal Translation

E73: Inside Specialization – Legal Translation

By ATA | May 3, 2022

Hear about the role passion plays in the decision to become a legal translator and learn the key to becoming one of the best.

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Savvy Diversification Series – Offering consulting services to other freelancers

Savvy Diversification Series – Offering Consulting Services to Other Freelancers

By The Savvy Newcomer | April 26, 2022

The Savvy Newcomer team has been taking stock of the past year and finding that one key priority for many freelance translators and interpreters…

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International Trade Translation

E72: Inside Specialization – International Trade Translation

By ATA | February 1, 2022

It’s the knowledge beyond the words on the page that will take you places in the specialization of International Trade Translation.

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The New Espacenet Tools for Patents Translation

The New Espacenet Tools for Patents Translation

By The ATA Chronicle | January 25, 2022

Originally, the Espacenet interface (now called classic Espacenet) was available in the three official languages of the hosting European Patent Office (EPO) site: English,…

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