The full program for the ATA Conference in New Orleans is now online, including all the sessions in the Language Technology track. Our Distinguised Speaker this year is Daniel Bögre Udell, the co-founder of Wikitongues, a non-profit platform for world languages. He will … [Read more...] about Language Technology Sessions at the ATA Conference in New Orleans
We have another webinar coming up, specifically aimed at Mac users or anyone who would like to know more about using a CAT tool on a Mac: "Mac for Translators: What Are My Chances" by Ana Luiza Iaria. "Given that the vast majority of CATs are aimed at Windows users, many Mac … [Read more...] about Webinar: “Mac for Translators: What Are My Chances”
The Language Technology Division is pleased to launch its new website. Please note that it is under a new URL: http://www.ata-divisions.org/LTD. The new website uses the standard ATA template. Since most of the content on the old website was outdated, we decided not to migrate … [Read more...] about A new year, a new website, a new listserv and a new Leadership Council!
The minutes of the 2017 Annual Meeting in Washington are now available on the Resources page. … [Read more...] about Minutes of the 2017 Annual Meeting
Our recent webinars on CAT tools are now available on demand. The following webinars are available: A Hands-On Look at Déjà Vu X3 from Atril by Steven Marzuola A Quick Introduction to Trados Studio 2017 by Tuomas Kostiainen memoQ: Getting Started by Joseph … [Read more...] about CAT Tool Webinars