The project is being lead by Centre for Modern Languages, Budapest University of Technology and Economics with collaboration of the Centre for Translation Studies at the University of Vienna. It is particularly reaching out to disadvantaged groups to foster their digital skills ahead of them entering the language industry marketplace.
Our photograph shows Juan José Arevalillo, who is also President of EUATC member Asociación Sectorial de Proveedores de Servicios de Traducción (ASPROSET), presenting the translation e-modules and eCost elements of the project to the students of the Audio-visual Translation & Technology Master at Complutense University of Madrid. The university is piloting the e-modules and will use them for teaching specialised translators.
To find out more about the available modules, which are free to use visit: www.etransfair.eu