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Learning localization through Trans-Atlantic collaboration: bridging the gap between professions

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In light of what has taken place since their presentation at the IEEE International Professional Communication Conference in 2005, the authors describe additional requirements and merits of matching technical writing students in the US with translation students in Europe in a collaborative assignment. Where the original article dealt with how to set up and organize the collaboration, this tutorial delves into the pedagogical challenges and the process dynamics involved in such an exchange, including mediation, power, and teamwork issues.
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localization, translation standards, negotiation, power, Editing, exchange

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Mousten, Birthe, Bruce Maylath, Sonia Vandepitte, and John Humbley. 2010. “Learning Localization Through Trans-Atlantic Collaboration: Bridging the Gap Between Professions.” Ieee Transactions on Professional Communication 53 (4): 401–411.
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Mousten, B., Maylath, B., Vandepitte, S., & Humbley, J. (2010). Learning localization through Trans-Atlantic collaboration: bridging the gap between professions. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION, 53(4), 401–411.
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Mousten B, Maylath B, Vandepitte S, Humbley J. Learning localization through Trans-Atlantic collaboration: bridging the gap between professions. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION. 2010;53(4):401–11.
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Mousten, Birthe, Bruce Maylath, Sonia Vandepitte, et al. “Learning Localization Through Trans-Atlantic Collaboration: Bridging the Gap Between Professions.” IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 53.4 (2010): 401–411. Print.
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  abstract     = {In light of what has taken place since their presentation at the IEEE International Professional Communication Conference in 2005, the authors describe additional requirements and merits of matching technical writing students in the US with translation students in Europe in a collaborative assignment. Where the original article dealt with how to set up and organize the collaboration, this tutorial delves into the pedagogical challenges and the process dynamics involved in such an exchange, including mediation, power, and teamwork issues.},
  author       = {Mousten, Birthe and Maylath, Bruce and Vandepitte, Sonia and Humbley, John},
  issn         = {0361-1434},
  journal      = {IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION},
  keyword      = {localization,translation standards,negotiation,power,Editing,exchange},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {401--411},
  title        = {Learning localization through Trans-Atlantic collaboration: bridging the gap between professions},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TPC.2010.2077481},
  volume       = {53},
  year         = {2010},
}

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