IGI Global's China Office In Collaboration with CNPIEC Hosts Free Seminar

The Construction of "Translation Knowledge Base" in the Age of Intelligence: The New Development of Online Teaching and Research

By IGI Global on Apr 9, 2020

With the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, schools around the world are migrating to online-only environments to mitigate the spread of this virus. In this situation, understanding how to conduct stable and effective online teaching and research is of the utmost importance. As such, IGI Global, in association with China National Publications Import & Export (Group) Corporation (CNPIEC), one of the largest import and export companies in China, are holding a free online seminar to discuss the construction and new developments in online teaching, translation, and research.


Webinar Description: During the seminar, the international senior translation scholar Dr. Chunshen Zhu, from Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen), will explain the Application and Research Prospect of Computer-Aided Translation Online Learning and IGI Global editors Dr. Yuanyuan Mu and Prof. Wei Zhao will introduce the Construction of "Translation Knowledge Base" Online and Collaborative Teaching in Public Crisis based on the research found within their journal, The International Journal of Translation, Interpretation, and Applied Linguistics (IJTIAL).


Time: Thursday, April 9th, 2020, 20:00~21:00 Beijing Time

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About the Guest Speakers:



Prof. Chunshen Zhu

Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen)

Topic: Application and Research Prospect of Computer-Aided Translation Online Learning

Biography: Dr. Zhu is an international senior translation scholar with an academic career covering the United Kingdom, Singapore, mainland China, and Hong Kong. He received his Ph.D. in English translation from the University of Nottingham in 1993 and then taught at the National University of Singapore (1993-1998) and City University of Hong Kong (1998-2017). He is now a professor of translation at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen), a visiting professor at Beijing Foreign Studies University and an honorary researcher at the translation center of Hong Kong Baptist University. His research interests include translation, poetics, linguistics, and literature. In 2000, 2001 and 2006, he won the Song Qi translation research Memorial Award.






Dr. Yuanyuan Mu

Hefei University of Technology

Topic: Construction of "Translation Knowledge Base" Online and Collaborative Teaching in Public Crisis

Biography: Dr. Mu is an Associate Professor of Foreign Languages College of Hefei University of Technology and serves as the Director of Translation and Corpus Research Center of Hefei University of Technology. Additionally, she is a part-time editor of The International Journal of Translation, Interpretation, and Applied Linguistics (IJTIAL)





Prof. Wei Zhao

Shandong University (Weihai)

Topic: Assist Translation Learning, the First Translation, and Linguistics Open Access Journal of IGI Global

Biography: Prof. Zhao had a Ph.D. in translation, and currently serves as a professor at the School of Translation at Shandong University in Weihai, China. She has vast experience in translation as she is a freelance translator and is a visiting scholar of the University of Wisconsin in translation studies. She also serves as the lead editor for the IGI Global journal, The International Journal of Translation, Interpretation, and Applied Linguistics (IJTIAL).



Ms. Yvonne Li

Managing Director of IGI Global’s China Subsidiary Office

Topic: IGI Global Focus on Academic Research

Biography: Ms. Li has been engaged in the publishing industry in China for 15 years. She has worked in China offices of many famous international publishers and has rich industry experience.









About the International Journal of Translation, Interpretation, and Applied Linguistics (IJTIAL)

Editors-in-Chief: Profs. Wei Zhao (Shandong University (Weihai), China), Lin Fan (Beijing Foreign Studies University, China) and Yuanyuan Mu (School of Foreign Studies, Hefei University of Technology, China)

Published:Semi-Annually | Established: 2019

ISSN: 2575-6974

The International Journal of Translation, Interpretation, and Applied Linguistics (IJTIAL) is a biannual innovative forum for researchers and practitioners from any part of the world to disseminate the latest trends, techniques, and practical solutions in the growing fields of translation, interpretation, and linguistics. This journal encompasses a broad range of discussions on translation theories, interpretation practice, global education of translators and interpreters and applied linguistics. The editorial offices for the journal are based at Shandong University (Weihai) in China. The journal is universally accessible in both online and print form. It does not charge any review or publication fees.

Topics Covered

  • Linguistics and ESL Education
  • Linguistics and T&I
  • T&I Teaching and Training
  • T&I Technology and Aids
  • T&I Theory and Practice

About IGI Science and Technology, Ltd.: Led by Ms. Yvonne Li, Managing Director, our China-based subsidiary of IGI Global opened in early 2019 and provides timely and quality research-based publications in several academic subject areas including information science and technology, science and engineering, and more. Our ultimate goal is to offer the most innovative and highest quality publications in emerging research areas to our Chinese customers and to make sure we support their mission of staying up to date with all emerging trends and innovations taking place in the research and academic community. Learn more here.


About CNPIEC: Founded in 1949, China National Publications Import & Export (Group) Corporation (CNPIEC) is a member company of China Publishing Group Corporation. It is the largest China distributor of publications in terms of scope and titles, from over 110 countries and regions worldwide. Learn more at here.


MANDARIN VERSION

在线讲座 | 智能时代“翻译知识库”建设——在线教学科研新发展


随着冠状病毒病(COVID-19)的全球大流行,几乎所有在疫区的学校已经关闭。在这种情况下,如何进行稳定、有效的在线教学和研究迫在眉睫。IGI-Global携手中国图书进出口(集团)总公司(CNPIEC)举办在线研讨会,探讨在线翻译学习知识库共建与教学科研新发展。


时间:

2020年4月9日 (星期四)

北京时间20:00 ~ 21:00


演讲嘉宾:

朱纯深 教授

香港中文大学(深圳)

演讲主题:计算机辅助翻译在线学习的应用与科研展望

1993年获诺丁汉大学英文翻译博士学位,其后分别任教于新加坡国立大学(1993-1998)与香港城市大学(1998-2017),现为香港中文大学(深圳)翻译学教授,兼任北京外国语大学客座教授及香港浸会大学翻译学中心荣誉研究员,研究兴趣涵盖翻译学、诗学、语言学、文体学和机助翻译教学等,曾于2000、 2001和2006三次获得宋淇翻译研究纪念奖。









慕媛媛 副教授

合肥工业大学

演讲主题:公共危机下的在线翻译学习知识库共建与协同教学

翻译学博士,合肥工业大学外国语学院副教授,合肥工业大学翻译与专业语料库研究中心主任,《国际翻译与应用语言学期刊》兼职主编。








赵巍 教授

山东大学(威海)

演讲主题:助力翻译学习,IGI第一本翻译与语言学开放获取期刊

翻译学博士,山东大学(威海)翻译学院教授,自由译者,美国威斯康辛大学访问学者,《国际翻译与应用语言学期刊》兼职主编。







李佳

IGI Global 中国区总经理

演讲主题:IGI Global 聚焦学术科研

李佳女士在中国从事出版业相关工作15年,曾在多家知名国际出版商的中国办公室任职,具有丰富的行业经验。








《国际翻译与应用语言学期刊》 (IJTIAL)

主编 Profs. Wei Zhao (Shandong University (Weihai), China), Lin Fan (Beijing Foreign Studies University, China) and Yuanyuan Mu (School of Foreign Studies, Hefei University of Technology, China)

半年刊 | 2019 年建刊

ISSN: 2575-6974

《国际翻译与应用语言学期刊》(IJTIAL) 是本半年刊,目标读者群为高校从事语言类教学与研究的教师、学生,学校图书馆老师,翻译工作者和爱好者,语言服务机构(包括翻译公司)及翻译类培训机构,旨在传播翻译、口译和语言学领域不断发展的最新趋势、技术和实际解决方案。该刊涵盖了翻译理论、口译实践、全球笔译教育和应用语言学的广泛讨论。


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关于CNPIEC:中国图书进出口(集团)总公司成立于1949年,是中国出版集团公司成员单位,拥有国内外分支机构40多家,已成为中国出版业规模最大、实力最强的进出口企业和国际性书展服务机构。请登录 http://www.cnpiec.com.cn/了解详情。


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