Tag: interpreters

Getting Real with Translation & Interpreting

Two young women drinking coffee, talking in sign language. Deaf friends or couple communicating, having fun, pleasant conversation, sitting together
Caitilin Walsh suggests 11 resources to bring Translation and Interpreting to life in your online classroom In an educational landscape so dominated by talk of STEM—purportedly to prepare our students for technologically-influenced jobs—world language teachers are under constant pressure to defend their departments. This sits in stark contrast to the widening “global talent gap,” a term coined in a report from...

My Linguistic Career

Nataly Kelly looks at full-time and freelance opportunities for world languages teachers in translation and interpreting Translation and interpreting offer two distinct career paths with ample opportunities for linguists to put their skills to use in exciting areas. From video game localization to interpreting for astronauts in outer space, from translating Harry Potter books to accompanying heads of state on diplomatic...
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