Localization World is traditionally one of the most influential localization conferences in the world. This year’s European instalment of the event saw more than 600 attendees and thousands of discussions. Here is a brief overview of the key trends our team has spotted at the trade show.
Memsource is Ideal Tool for Attaining Our Educational Goals: Rikkyo University, Professor Tony Hartley
“Whereas training is about maximising someone’s performance on a given task or tool, education is about maximising the person’s ability to evaluate, compare and choose solutions – for completing the task or deciding which tool to use,”
is the view expressed by Tony Hartley, Professor of Translation Technologies at Rikkyo University, Tokyo.
This is the philosophy behind the graduate Technologies for Translators and Interpreters course initiated this academic year in Rikkyo’s College of Intercultural Communication.
“Memsource is an ideal tool for attaining our educational goals,” says Prof Hartley.