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LINGUIST List 16.1378

Sat Apr 30 2005

FYI: International Terminology Summer School, Germany

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        1.    Anja Drame, International Terminology Summer School 2005

Message 1: International Terminology Summer School 2005
Date: 30-Apr-2005
From: Anja Drame <adrametermnet.org>
Subject: International Terminology Summer School 2005

International Terminology Summer School -TSS 2005
(formerly Terminology Summer Academy) - more than 20 years of excellence

18-Jul-2005 - 22-Jul-2005 in Cologne, Germany
Contact: adrametermnet.org


One week of hands-on training with some of the most renowned terminologists

Klaus-Dirk Schmitz
Sue Ellen Wright
Heribert Picht
Gerhard Budin
Frieda Steurs

Fully equipped computer lab and all the language technology (different
companies) needed for a practice oriented introduction to terminology
management. TSS 2005 addresses students, language practitioners from all
professional fields, translators etc.

Participation is limited to below 30 to ensure high quality tuition and
individual coaching. Participants come from all over the world.

Train with the best!

Students receive 6 Credits for their successful participation.
High quality education must be affordable - join TSS 2005!

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Language Description
Text/Corpus Linguistics

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