Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct for Localization Management

Publications

By Alaina Brandt Editors: Ghio Anton, Nathaniel Bybee, Simona Scotto d’Antuono, Sherine Emara, Amelia Evrigenis, Yusen Huang, Alexandra Ladd, Silvia Pinheiro, Yan Ning, Salim Martell, Megan Murphy, Vanessa Prolow, Nadya Rodionova, Tianxing Tang, Huei Ping Yu, Kimberly Zie MISSION STATEMENT Localization managers routinely make decisions in a fast-paced global environment in which they simultaneously manage […]

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Get a Google Translate API Key

Tutorials

With any Google account (except Middlebury accounts), you can get a free $300 trial to use Google’s Cloud Translation API. Log into your personal (non-MIIS) Google account Go to the Google API Console. In the search box, enter “Cloud Translation API” and select it. Enable it and you may have to go through a process to […]

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How to Create an ePortfolio

Tutorials

For many TILM courses, you’ll be asked to make contributions to an online electronic portfolio (or ePortfolio). Why create an ePortfolio? Have something to show a potential employer There are over 200 TILM students, and when you graduate, your fellow classmates have taken many of the same courses and had similar experiences, and you can […]

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Exciting News for TLM Students in GSTILE!

News

Exciting news for our Translation and Localization Management students in GSTILE- their Master of Arts degree has been reclassified as a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) program. This is great news for international students, who will now be eligible for longer work visas after graduation. More details on the MIIS website here.

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Localization Practicum Presentations 2017

News

We just wrapped up another great semester of Localization Practicum, a course in which second-year students create small agencies and localize content for a non-profit partner. Below you will find the final presentations in which the student teams present what they accomplished for their clients. Week 1 (May 10) 00:00:56 – Pacific Wave Localization (Lynnette, Lucy, […]

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Highlights from Monterey Forum 2017

News

by Gayane Saghatelyan Academics, industry professionals and students recently gathered in Monterey for the biennial Monterey Forum titled The Future of Localization Training: Keeping Pace with an Evolving Industry. The attendees are all focused and passionate about acquiring new skills and growing the localization profession. The forum included a wide range of topics: from incorporating […]

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TEDx Monterey: More Than Words

News

Professor Barry Olsen and Professor Laura Burian demonstrate the power of human cognition as they explain the subtle but important differences between professional translators and interpreters with assistance from Miguel Garcia (French), Weihao Zhang (Chinese) and Beatriz Rodriguez (Spanish).

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Professor Muegge presents at CIUTI Forum in Beijing

News

On May 21 and 22, Beijing Foreign Studies University hosted the most recent Conférence internationale permanente d’Instituts universitaires de traducteurs et interprètes (CIUTI) Forum, a gathering of more than 300 T&I scholars from the United Nations, the European Parliament, the European Union, and CIUTI’s 38 member institutions. The event was not only well-attended; the Forum […]

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