The "Computer-Assisted Tranlsation and Web Localization" module is part of the "Technology for Translation" course. It has two components.
The first component offers a theoretical introduction to the notion of computer-assisted translation. Subsequently some of the most common CAT tools are presented (SDL Trados, MemoQ, MateCaT, OmegaT), proprietary and open source. In this module is also presented the management of complex translation projects including other professionals (project management).
The second component offers a theoretical introduction to the notion of localization and related concepts such as internationalization and globalization, particularly as they impinge on the role of the translator within complex workflows including other professionals with advanced ICT skills. The practical part is focused in particular upon localization of web contents.
- Docente: Claudia Lecci