A Tech Toolkit for Interpreters
Join us for the 1st Online Presentation of the 2024 DVTA WEBINAR SERIES:
On THURSDAY, January 25th, 2024, from 7 PM to 8:30 PM (EST) via Zoom
A TECH TOOLKIT FOR INTERPRETERS
PRESENTED BY: Nora Diaz
A Language Neutral Workshop
In this webinar, we will delve into a diverse range of tech tools tailored to empower interpreters in their professional journey. Our comprehensive exploration will encompass key areas such as automatic speech recognition, which can aid in transcription and language comprehension, as well as glossary building and management tools that facilitate efficient terminology recall during interpreting assignments.
Additionally, we will dive into the realm of artificial intelligence applications, unveiling how AI-driven solutions can assist interpreters in various contexts. By the end of this session, attendees will have a well-rounded understanding of the invaluable tech toolkit available to enhance their interpreting skills and overall proficiency.
Nora Díaz is an English-Spanish translator and conference interpreter who enjoys using technology and finding ways to increase productivity, which combined with her love of teaching, has led her to share what she has learned through a blog, articles, webinars, and workshops. Nora is a certified RWS trainer and is the Chair of the American Translators Association Professional Development Committee. She is also one of the co-organizers of the Innovation in Translation Summit and the Innovation in Interpreting Summit. She has co-authored a book called The Translator’s Tool Box and was recently listed as one of the Top 30 Women in the Language Industry by Multilingual Magazine.
AOPC: 1.5 ATA: 2
Language: Language Neutral/English
Difficulty level: All are welcome.
Registration deadline: TUESDAY, JANUARY 23rd, 2024 @ 12PM.
The workshop is free for current DVTA members and $35 for non-members.
Members must sign into their account to RSVP. The capacity limit is 100.
You will receive a zoom link for the webinar prior to the event (Please make sure to check your spam folder).
See you then!