It has been a while since we posted on our blog. Our days just get away from us with projects and assignments. The annual conference is one of my favorite professional and personal events of the year as it allows me to catch up with colleagues and friends and attend some excellent sessions. In our upcoming blog post we will feature an interview with Neil Gouw who presented an interesting DLD session this year on our personal biases in translations. We began the meeting with an overview of the various DLD information forums. Mery Molenaar, our webmaster, started off with the DLD website.
Tips and resources for translators and interpreters
Let me start by saying that I am a conference rat. I love attending translation conferences! This year it was held in Washington, D. I think this was the best choice because of the location. This was also the first time I visited the U. And all my expectations were met and surpassed! In my opinion, what makes the ATA conference stand out is the following:. This happens not only at the Job Fair. There are dozens of potential clients among the exhibitors and also the attendees! I was contacted by two potential clients even before the conference started because they saw my profile on the conference app.
Muchas culturas. Un solo idioma.
Watch the Session. View the Photo Gallery. Watch the Video.
There are sessions for both translators and interpreters, covering a wide range of topics in finance, law, medicine, science, technology, and more. If you cannot find your username and password, please contact ATA at webmaster atanet. ATA members can also access the Virtual Conference by simply logging into their account at atanet. Presenters did not apply to participate in the Virtual Conference. This year, ATA was limited to recording in just rooms at a time. Their strategy was to pick the rooms that contained session topics with the widest appeal for translators and interpreters. Therefore, the session topic and the room where the session was given were the only two items used to determine what was included in the Virtual Conference. Presenters whose sessions were chosen to be included in the Virtual Conference received no form of compensation. ATA has been selling some form of conference session recordings since except in