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Successful Connections … Virtually!

Experiences and Strategies for Attending Online Client-Side Conferences By Alison Trujillo Embracing the unique experience of a virtual conference helped me to enjoy my time during the event and when following up later. Over the past year, we’ve juggled what…

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ATA 60th Annual Conference in Palm Springs, CA

The ATA 60th Annual Conference takes place October 23-26, 2019, in Palm Springs, California. Whatever your role in the T&I Industry, ATA60 is the place where dedicated professionals come together to expand their knowledge and their network. Learn more: http://www.atanet.org/conf/2019/

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Conferences, Localization

LOCALIZATION UNCONFERENCE

In the absence of a predetermined agenda, participants create their own event, and a learning experience that continues beyond the conference. BY RAFFAELLA BUSCHIAZZO It’s April 27, we are in one of the spacious conference rooms on the salesforce.com premises in…

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Conferences, Interpretation

WHAT MAKES AN INTERPRETER?

Our profession was up for interpretation at the 2012 Summit. Is it a matter of education? Certification? Organization? Conversation? Or is it something much, much more? BY MARILYN LUONG AND EDURNE CHOPEITIA If someone were to ask you: What makes an interpreter, and…

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FITTING IT ALL TOGETHER

Hosted by the ATA and NCTA, the triennial conference for the International Federation of Translators provided insight and camaraderie for translators and translation companies alike. BY MARILYN LUONG The world is getting smaller. We as translators (including interpreters and other language professionals)…

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THE ATA CONFERENCE: FIRST IMPRESSIONS

Thoughts and experiences from an ATA Conference “First Timer.” BY CONNIE ARCHEA Whatever qualms I had about attending my first ATA conference didn’t last very long.  Hopping on the shuttle at the Denver airport, I was greeted by three other…

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