#TranslatorsOnAir Terminology and blogging feat. @patriciambr Season 3, Episode 9




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    Hey friends!

    Today we had a ton of fun talking to Patricia Brenes about the importance of terminology and blogging. Check out the recordings below if you missed it.

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    Highlights of the Show

    1) How does information on terminology help translators in their work? (view answer)
    2) How to write something informative every single time? (view answer)
    3) What are the career opportunities for a terminologist? (view answer)

    You can watch the replay of the entire episode right here.

    About Patricia

    Patricia works in an international organization in Washington, D.C. She has a Master’s Degree in Specialized Translation from the University of Vic in Barcelona and is certified by ECQA as Terminology Manager (TermNet, Vienna).

    After realizing that there was a limited availability of resources and information for linguists and others interested in the field, Patricia decided to start her own terminology blog with resources and information: www.inmyownterms.com (Terminology for Beginners and Beyond). She recently published a free eBook called “Terminology for Beginners”, a collection of her blog posts presenting the basics on Terminology.

    In this episode you will learn:

    • How terminology can help you advance your career as a translator;
    • Why blogging is a great way to raise your visibility;
    • Where you can find information on terminology;

    …and much more!

    Watch this episode online

     

    Patricia’s Blog

    Patricia on Twitter

    Free E-Book “Terminology for Beginners”

    TermCoord

    Terminosophy

    Terminologia

    Wordlo

    TRAINING:

    TermNet

    Master’s Program, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

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    Founder of The Open Mic. English-Russian Translator. Video game localization specialist. Helping small and medium-sized businesses go global. Loving every minute of it.

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