Josh Goldsmith teaches as Visiting Scholar for the European Master in Technology for Translation and Interpreting
Josh Goldsmith just returned from four packed days teaching at the University of Malaga from February 24-27, 2020.
As a Visiting Scholar for the European Master in Technology for Translation and Interpreting, Josh co-taught a course on Interpreting Technologies with Professor Gloria Corpas Pastor and lectured on a Terminology course taught by Cristina Toledo Báez and Isabel Durán Muñoz.
The courses included a range of research and hands-on activities exploring cutting-edge interpreting technologies for digital preparation, digital note-taking, computer-assisted interpreting, hybrid interpreting modalities, terminology management and extraction, remote interpreting, automatic speech recognition, respeaking, machine interpreting, and more.
Josh also taught a two-part seminar on interpreting technologies for two dozen members of the University of Malaga faculty. In addition to covering a range of computer-assisted interpreting tools, the seminar explored pedagogical strategies and sequences for teaching interpreting technologies.
The visit concluded with a public lecture entitled "Computer-assisted interpreting tools: Tips and tricks from a professional interpreter."
Check out this video of our students testing out tablet for digital consecutive interpreting!