TNN102 - "TermNet goes America" Special: Read now the current issue of TermNet News!
TermNet News (TNN) is the network's official journal and offers an overview of novel developments in terminology, information on TermNet members' activities and research projects, as well as seminars, workshops, conferences and other announcements. TermNet News is produced for the worldwide community of the international terminology market, which consists of terminological products, tools and services, including multilingual content management products, services and developments as well as its intercultural diversity aspects. The community consists of firms, universities, organizations, institutions and associations.
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In this issue...
TermNet goes America
- EXCELLENCETERM - ESTABLISHING AN INTERNATIONAL CENTER OF EXCELLENCE FOR TERMINOLOGY: RESEARCH, TECHNOLOGIES AND SERVICES
- CANADIAN TERMINOLOGY SPRING SCHOOL
New TermNet Members
- “POLITEHNICA” UNIVERSITY OF TIMIŞOARA
- TERMNET BECOMES ACUNS MEMBER
TermNet Members' Products and Activities
- EAFT SUMMIT 2010
- ITAINDIA CONFERENCE
- EUROPEAN SEAL OF E-EXCELLENCE
- ATA 51ST ANNUAL CONFERENCE
- EUGEN WÜSTER PRIZE 2010
- TOWARDS EUROPEAN CO-OPERATION AMONG INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE PROFESSIONALS
- ODOK 2010
- UNESCO – TERMNET STUDY ON INFORMATION LITERACY IN AUSTRIA
- MONTIFIC - ECQA JOINT CONFERENCE 2010
- HEALTHCARE AND MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY PROJECT IN CANADA
- INTERNATIONAL TERMINOLOGY SUMMER SCHOOL 2010
- WORKSHOPS ON DIVERSITY AND GLOBAL UNDERSTANDING
- ACUNS ANNUAL METTING 2010
- BIENNIAL NATIONAL AUSIT CONFERENCE
- JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS STUDIES (JIOS)
- WAS HEIßT HIER MIGRANT? (MIGRANT – WHAT’S THAT SUPPOSED TO MEAN?)
- RADT, THE COUNCIL FOR GERMAN LANGUAGE TERMINOLOGY, RELEASES ITS BROCHURE “KNOWLEDGE, BRANDS AND CUSTOMER LOYALTY - TERMINOLOGY AS A CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTOR”
- TERMNET ANNUAL REPORT 2009 - 2010
- SOUTH AFRICA: STATS SA TERMINOLOGY IN ALL OFFICIAL LANGUAGES
- ENGLISH AS AN OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IN GERMAN COURTS: LOST IN TRANSLATION?
- EU-STUDIE BELEGT: ÜBERSETZUNGSBRANCHE KRISENFEST