Many people do terminology work, but may not be aware of it. In this webinar we will take an in-depth look at the roles involved in terminology work and list out what tasks people in these roles do. Terminology tasks indicate which skills someone needs to possess or acquire to fulfill that role. Having a clear understanding of the skills is essential to either recruit specifically for a role or to train existing participants to meet those skills.
Learning objectives: After this webinar, you will be able to
• Identify the job roles involved in terminology work
• List terminology-related tasks
• Understand the skills necessary to perform these tasks
Barbara Inge Karsch
Barbara Inge Karsch is the owner of BIK Terminology, a terminology consultancy and training company. Since 2010, she has been providing terminology training, terminology development and implementations of terminology management systems for Microsoft, Intel, Facebook, the Council of the EU, and others. She draws on her extensive experience working inhouse as English and German terminologist for Microsoft and J.D. Edwards. Barbara completed both a BA and MA in translation and interpretation and has done PhD-level research in terminology management. She is an adjunct instructor at New York University and has taught at KU Leuven at Antwerp, Belgium, Middlebury Institute at Monterey, and the University of Washington. As US delegate to ISO TC 37, Barbara is leading the revision of ISO 12616 (Translation-Oriented Terminography). Barbara has dual citizenship from Germany and the United States and has moved back and forth between her home countries several times.