Category Archives: What’s New

An interview with Lorena Ortiz-Schneider

ATA once again urges the CDC to include interpreters in Phase 1 vaccinations. In December, following the release of the U.S. COVID-19 Vaccination Program recommendations, ATA and 20 other language organizations and associations petitioned the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to explicitly include onsite medical interpreters in Phase 1 vaccinations. Read ATA’s December 17 letter to the CDC. The CDC

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Episode 11 of the ATA SPD Podcast – An interview with CAROLA BERGER

Summary: In Episode 11, Gloria Cabrejos—translator and editor, an ATA SPD member since 2015, editor of Intercambios and member of the SPD Leadership Council—has the honor of interviewing Carola Berger, current administrator of ATA’s Science and Technology Division and the webmaster of the Board of Directors of the Northern California Translators Association (NCTA), an ATA Chapter. Carola shares information about

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ATA Webinar Series: Post-editing: How to Make Machine Translation Work for You (in Spanish)

JOIN US ON DECEMBER 3, 2020! The Spanish Language Division of the ATA is pleased to announce that the American Translators Association (ATA) will be offering a webinar in Spanish as part of the ATA Webinar Series! Post-editing: How to Make Machine Translation Work for You Presenter: Rubén de la Fuente Date: December 3, 2020 Language: Presented in Spanish Level:

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