Facing the World’s New Challenges. The Role of T & I in Providing Integrated Efficient and Sustainable Solutions
Edited By Martin Forstner, Nikolai K. Garbovskiy and Hannelore Lee-Jahnke
A special section of this book is dedicated to training and research issues, which have to handle the difficult task of preparing students for the globalized and changing market on the one hand, and showing research directions permitting new approaches to highly sustainable training methods and curriculum development. On the other hand, the delicate question is raised whether multilingualism in language training is a drawback for translation didacts.
This book contains contributions in English, French and German.
An online Computer-Aided Translator Training Platform and related Research: Jingsong Yu
This paper outlines the architecture for an online computer-aided translator training platform that implements natural language processing technology and corpus technology to improve and optimize the process of translator and interpreter training. The system, CATTP, allows instructors to annotate students’ translation assignments and compositions through a translation error tag system. Errors that annotated by the instructors can be analyzed by corpus analysis tools. In addition, CATTP supports both consecutive interpretation training and simultaneous interpretation training. The aim of CATTP is to provide instructors with a semi-automated way of analyzing students’ translation assignments and improve translation teaching. This paper also shows how Chinese translation course instructors use CATTP to train students during their translation learning process.
The past decade has witnessed fast development of translation and interpreting studies in China, particularly with the growth and expansion of professional degrees, which has given China’s higher education a new look. Corpora have been used as resources for the translator and as teaching / learning aids in the context of the translation classroom since Holmes first proposed corpus in 1972. Scholars such as Baker and Laviosa have already proved the usefulness of corpora in translation teaching. ← 283 | 284 →
Learner corpora are defined as textual databases of the language produced by foreign language learners. Lynne Bowker and Peter Benniso designed and devolved Student Translation Archive and Student Tracking System to learn about translation process and investigate the nature of texts translated by students. In their project, students were first asked to...
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