I’m so thrilled I will be speaking at TAUS-TaaS Workshop at Localization World on the 4th of Jun in Dublin! I will be among the VIPs of terminology, all those I follow on social media and reading every single post end essay they write!
Well, what will I talk about? Simply about terminology from my point of view: as a blogger, as a passionate, as someone who simply enjoys this subject.
“Calling it a hobby isn’t sufficient, but calling it professional makes it seem like it is work”.
I will show the terminology trends and share some examples from my experience as a blogger:
- Communicating about terminology by using social networks;
- Social networks as available data for carrying out terminology research, in particular for monitoring language changes such as neologisms;
- Websites are made of content and terminology is the critical part of the user experience ( I already wrote about this topic here);
- Managing and sharing terminological data: cloud based, collaborative and social platforms;
- The subject field of terminology is overwhelming, so some websites provide terminological resources in few clicks.
I will (try) to keep you updated from Dublin on Twitter: @WordLo
Quote from: Erin McKean: The Dictionary Editor Who Wants You to Invent More Words | Rising Stars | OZY