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Presentations from the 2012 JubilaTIon 25 Biennial AUSIT Conference

Presentation by the Australian Institute of Interpreters and Translators

Year: 2012, 360 mins
Code: AUS-Long

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Following the success of the Synergise! Lectures Series, Contemporary Arts Media is presenting the new release of the presentations of the JubilaTlon 25 Biennial Conference organised and hosted by  AUSIT, the Australian Institute of Interpreters and Translators.of 12 lectures presented in 2012 at the JubilaTlon 25 Biennial Conference.The presentations were selected for the purpose of enhancing T&I education as a resource in course-work or self-directed learning. Each DVD contains several independent segments that address the same topic.

Individual lectures are available via streaming or rental in the following themes:

Longer Chains? The Relative Freedom of Literary Translation
Crowdsourcing: What are the implications?
Rewriting the AUSIT Code of Ethics: local interests and international comparisons
Delighting in Translation
The Versatility of Interpreters
Interpreters in Tight Corners

 

 

 

The Australian Institute of Interpreters and Translators (AUSIT) is the national association for the translating and interpreting profession. It was founded in 1987, bringing together existing local associations and specialist groups and now has branches in each State and Territory.

AUSIT is a fully independent association, incorporated in the ACT, with an Australia­-wide membership that continues to grow steadily. Members of AUSIT are mainly practising translators and interpreters, but those interested in the support and development of the profession are encouraged to join as well. With its aim of promoting the highest standards in the profession, AUSIT serves as a meeting place for all those who understand the importance of translation and interpreting to the economy and society, particularly with a globalised economy and the growth of worldwide communications.

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