Competències en traducció automàtica dels estudiants de grau en llengües aplicades. Informe d'un estudi exploratori


  • Rudy Loock Université de Lille
  • Sophie Léchauguette Université de Lille


Aquest article mostra el resultat d'un experiment realitzat sobre l'ús de la traducció automàtica per part d’estudiants de grau en llengües aplicades. Partint de la premissa que ells habitualment utilitzen eines gratuïtes disponibles en línia, el nostre objectiu era entendre si realment són capaços d'identificar i corregir errors de TA i, si és així, fins a quin punt.

Paraules clau

traducció automàtica, traducció automàtica neuronal, competències en TA, ensenyament de llengües aplicades, ensenyament de traducció, aprenentatge de llengües


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Biografies de l'autor/a

Rudy Loock, Université de Lille

Applied languages department, Full professor

Sophie Léchauguette, Université de Lille

Applied languages department, Maître de conférences




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