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DECEMBER 2014 - VOLUME 36, NUMBER 2

In our December 2014 issue, we explore the use of a corpus and how to improve short-term memory, and we highlight some NCTA social events of the past months.




WHAT IS IN A CORPUS?, a report and analysis of Ruth Urbom's webinar by Scott Ellsworth
MEDICAL INTERPRETER CERTIFICATION, a report on Carlos Garcia's presentation by Sean Dodd
DELVING INTO THE MYSTERIES OF L10N, I18N & G11N, a report on Jose Palomares' workshop by Timothy Cassidy
DO YOU HAVE A MINUTE?, a summary of Dagmar Dolatschko's presentation at the May 2014 GM by Sean Dodd
SUMMER FUN, a snapshot of NCTA's annual summer picnic
THE SOCIAL SCENE, a report on NCTA's flourishing regional events by Mike Karpa
COMMUNICATION WITHOUT BORDERS, a summary of Kat Momoi's presentation at the September 2014 GM by Donald Couch
ENHANCING SHORT-TERM MEMORY FOR ACCURATE INTERPRETING, an informative article by Roda P. Roberts
COMMUNICATION WITHOUT BORDERS, a summary of Kat Momoi's presentation at the September 2014 GM by Donald Couch
THE TRANSLORIAL TOOL BOX and TRANSMUG REPORT compiled by Yves Avérous
PREPPING FOR SP<>EN CERTIFICATION - a report on Sean Dodd's ATA exam prep workshop by Juan Pino-Silva and María Milagros Antonini, PhD


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