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Situated Learning in Community Translation

Situated Learning in Community Translation


Event Detail

16 October 2021
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm NZDT
Online Webinar via Zoom


Part 1 - Situated learning in Community Translation (and Interpreting) Education

 This part of the webinar will provide a brief introduction to situated learning in community translator (and interpreter) education.

Presenter: Ineke Crezee is Aotearoa New Zealand’s full Professor in Translation and Interpreting at the Auckland University of Technology, specialising in health interpreting and translation. 


Part 2 - Get out of the classroom! The impact of combining community translation and service-learning in translation courses

This part of the webinar will explore how service-learning provides a unique situated learning experience that allows translation students to participate in a “community of practice”, learning by immersion and not just by internalizing knowledge.

Presenter: Alicia Rueda-Acedo is an Associate Professor of Spanish and Translation at the University of Texas at Arlington, where she created and currently directs the Spanish Translation and Interpreting program. 


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