Italian Language Division

New on the ILD Website

A recap of the 54th Annual Conference

The 54th Annual Conference of the American Translators Association took place in San Antonio, Texas, on November 6-9. You can seek a recap of what happened at the conference by clicking on the conference icon:

Click to learn more about the ATA Annual Conference!

And it's already time... start thinking about the next ATA Conference: the 55th Annual Conference of the American Translators Association will take place in Chicago, Illinois, November 5-8. Go to You Tube to watch a promotional video of the forthcoming Chicago ATA Conference.

In the future, we'll give updates of our plans for the next conference in the ILD at the ATA Conference page of this website (as well as on our blog and on our Twitter account). In the meantime, you can go to the ILD at the ATA Conference page and see what we did last year: we had a record number of interesting presentations, and two very distinguished speakers. We hope this year's conference will also be a special year for us!

Welcome to the website of the Italian Language Division

Here on the Home page, in the "New on the ILD Website" section, you'll find the latest news and announcements concerning the division. Lower on the page you'll also see (if you have javascript enabled), the latest post from Tradurre (the ILD's blog), and the last few tweets from our Twitter account (You can follow us on Twitter @ATA_ILD). Depending on your screen resolution, you may have to scroll down to see the blog and Twitter's feeds.

If you do not have javascript enabled, you'll see links that lead to the blog and to the Twitter account, instead.

The top navigation bar is devoted to external links: again to our blog, to our Twitter account, to our page on Facebook, to our newsgroup, and to the ATA website.

The menu on the left is for navigation within the site.

If you have any comments, questions or suggestions about the new website, please e-mail them to Riccardo.

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