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Current Trends in Translation Teaching and Learning, Volume III

Translation Research VIII

Garant Mike

This is the third volume of Current Trends in Translation Teaching and Learning. The goal is to present a forum for publishing up-todate articles focusing on translation education. Online collaboration between scholars interested in this theme makes the publication of such a volume possible. This volume has been in the making for the past year and puts forward articles that focus on many of the current themes in translation teaching and learning. The first article in this volume by Leena Aarikka-Stenroos addresses building business know-how in translation studies. Sight translation and process oriented approaches are dealt with in the article by Erik Angelone. Conference interpretation for humanitarian purposes is dealt with by Maria Brander de la Iglesia. María-Dolores Olvera-Lobo and Juncal Gutiérrez-Artacho discuss evaluating teaching and learning processes in translation. Marta Arumí Ribas addresses portfolio assessment on interpreter training while Ljuba Tarvi’s article takes on a more theoretical approach to Translation Studies. It is hoped that this volume as well as volumes I and II in this series are useful in helping both novice and expert translators evaluate and improve translation education. In Helsinki, first and second year translation students use the articles from these publications as the themes their presentations in communications courses. Students choose an article and present it adding their own perspectives to the material provided and then discuss the topic. This helps them develop both as translators and reflect on the process of learning to be translators. Perhaps other Translation Studies programs could use a similar approach. After a double blind review process, selected papers were published in this volume. There is also a companion website located at: http://www.cttl.org/index.html. Editorial Review Board Alexandra Albuquerque, School of Accounting and Administration of Oporto – ISCAP, Portugal Alya’ M.H. Ahmad Al-Rubai’I, Al-Mustansiriyya University, Republic of Iraq Chrys Chrystello, Portuguese News Network, Portugal Elisa Calvo Encinas, University of Granada, Spain Juha Eskelinen, University of Helsinki, Finland Anna Espunya, Pompeu Fabra University, Spain Marco A. Fiola, Ryerson University, Canada Johan Franzon, University of Helsinki, Finland Daryl Hague, Brigham Young University, United States Irmeli Helin, University of Helsinki, Finland Pertti Hietaranta, University of Tampere, Finland Holly E. Jacobson, University of Texas-El Paso, United States Kazuomi Kuniyoshi, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland Alexander Künzli, Stockholm University, Sweden Victoria López, UNED Univercidad Nacional a Distancia, Spain Iulia Mihalache, University of Québec in Outaouais, Canada Kayoko Nohara, Tokyo Institute of Technology Mari Pakkala-Weckström, University of Helsinki Encarnación Postigo Pinazo, University of Malaga, Spain Heidi Rontu, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland María-José Varela Salinas, University of Malaga, Spain Tarek Shamma, State University of New York at Binghampton Charles Tebe, Pompeu Fabra University, Spain Kelly Washbourne, Kent State University, United States

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