This talk considers the feasibility of an integrated approach to incorporating methods oriented on internal (cognitive) and external (socio-technical) processes into translator education. After looking at ways in which such methods have been applied, researched and evaluated discretely, we consider opportunities for combining the two distinct but related aspects of process orientation in teaching and didactic research.
Gary Massey is Director of the Institute of Translation and Interpreting at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences in Switzerland. A former staff and freelance translator, his major research and teaching interests include translator competence development, process-oriented and collaborative translator education and translation assessment.
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