SLD 2014 BANQUET DURING ATA’S 55TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE
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In May I attended the Digital Marketing for Business Conference, where various aspects of online marketing were discussed, including the importance of using visual materials. [...] about Creating visuals: visualizations, infographics, and quotes by Ekaterina Howard
This poem, written in a series of limerick stanzas, is a suggested response to a letter from a professor who had offered a friend of mine, a hard working young translator in need of paid work, the golden opportunity to translate his literary work for free. [...] about A Poem about a Purely Fictitious Academic Requesting Free Literary Translation by Lydia Razran Stone
The 2014 UTIC conference (http://2014.utic.eu/en) is only a week away, and the SLD Leadership Council has received the following request from the UTIC committee:
“We were hoping you could create a video greeting for us to show it to the audience during the official conference opening. It shouldn’t be more than 5 minutes and it would be great if some of the representatives of the Slavic Languages Division could say a couple of words to our participants.” [...] about Call for submissions of a video greeting for the upcoming UTIC 2014 conference
Kyiv Translation Friday was deliberately held on Friday, December 13, 2013 to emphasize that there are no superstitious or unlucky dates given the right attitude. [...] about Winter in the City, Spring in the Air: Getting ready for UTIC-2014!
By Ekaterina Howard [...] about A Review of the UTIC Webinar "Translation of Advertising Materials"
As far as language divisions go, the Slavic Languages Division is by far the most linguistically diverse. Most language divisions are monolingual. The only other division that comes close to the SLD is the Nordic Division, which encompasses five languages. [...] about Slavic Languages Diversity and the SLD by Jennifer Guernsey
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