Friday, 27 April 2012

Term Extraction and Terminology Management Workshop

Saturday 5th May
Term Extraction and Terminology Management Workshop

There are still places available for the Term Extraction and Terminology Management workshop being held by the Translation Group at Imperial College on the 5th May. This is open to professionals as well as students.

Course Content
The first part of the course deal with term extraction and its basic concepts. In a hands-on session, participants will be able to work and experiment with the term extraction software.
In order to provide a seamless transition from term extraction to glossary/dictionary building and management, the second part of the course will show participants how to use Lingo, a user-friendly and efficient program dedicated to creating and maintaining monolingual and multilingual terminologies. Participants will learn how glossaries/dictionaries are made, modified, searched, and managed. Lingo’s import (*.tmx and *.txt files) and export capabilities (*.tmx, *.txt and *.rtf files) will also be looked at. Following this, participants will have the opportunity to explore and practise the various features of Lingo.

Course Trainer
Dr Bettina Bajaj
Part-time lecturer at Imperial College London teaching Lexicography, Terminology, Introduction to Language Engineering, and Term Extraction.

£60 (students concession)

To apply for a place please email Naomi Anderson-Eyles

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