La docència de les tecnologies everyware de la traducció: un enfocament cap el creixement personal i el aprenentatge al llarg de la vida

Vanessa Enríquez Raído

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Aquest article analitza les tendències que han contribuït a reorientar el panorama actual de les tecnologies de la traducció, como ara la ubiqüitat, la mobilitat, la connectivitat i la immediatesa, i proposa una sèrie de raons pedagògiques per tal de promoure la docència de les tecnologies de la traducció des de la perspectiva de la ubiqüitat tecnológica (“everyware”), així com la incorporació transversal de les destreses per a la gestió de la informació en línia com a recurs que afavoreix el creixement personal i l’aprenentatge al llarg de la vida.

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tecnologies de la traducció; ubiqüitat; mobilitat; connectivitat; immediatesa; traducció assistida per ordinador; enfocament transversal; creixement personal; aprenentatge al llarg de la vida; destreses transversals; destreses per a la gestió de la inform

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