Futures (i no tan futures) tendències en l’ensenyament de les tecnologies de la traducció

Frank Austermuehl

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Aquest article proposa una aproximació a l’ensenyament de les tecnologies de la traducció que no està centrada en la presentació als estudiants de més eines TAO, sinó en el treball al voltant de dos conjunts de metacompetències —les destreses de revisió i les destreses de cerca documental— i les tecnologies que permeten als estudiants optimitzar aquestes destreses.

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cerca documental; revisió; postedició; traducció automàtica; Web com a corpus; EN 15038

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