July 31, 2017 11:36 am
Dear terminologist! Every month we offer you a selection of our favourite articles and blog posts on terminology. This month we are suggesting you our five favourite articles on Terminology. We hope that you will find them very interesting too.
In case you have not read them, you can catch up by just clicking on the titles below, which will take you to the original posts.
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Top 5 Articles of the Month on Terminology - July 2017
This week we would like to share with you a special e-book: Terminology in the Changing World of Communication. This #MondayReading suggestion features a selection of articles written by Rodolfo Maslias. This compilation includes content previously published in Termcoord as well as other original language & terminology-related content published elsewhere and now available in this e-book!
NEW YORK (AP) — Dairy farmers want U.S. regulators to banish the term “soy milk,” but documents show even government agencies haven’t always agreed on what to call such drinks.
Slouched in your chair, head resting between your arms, thoughts in another place, you have been listening to your professor lecturing ad tædium, to the point that you have to evade the dryness through your imaginative daydreaming, so that now you are not even processing a word he says. The phrase ad tædium is Latin for "toward or until…
In April, the University Council endorsed a paper written by the PARSA and ANUSA Presidents that addressed longstanding concerns concerning the terminology used to categorise and define sexual assault and sexual harassment. Each meeting of Council includes a de-identified breakdown of student safety incidents reported at the ANU into a series of categories.
Knowing science terminology is key to effectively writing up experiments, but simply offering definitions will not be enough to secure understanding
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