TermCoord Sets New Record for Monthly Views

December 1, 2017 1:08 pm

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November was a good month for TermCoord as we received a record number of views on our website for a single month. In total, termcoord.eu was viewed 46,499 times, beating the previous record by more than 5,000 views.

We are delighted to be able to share this news with you as we believe this achievement demonstrates the importance of terminology as well as our commitment to promoting it with both useful resources and enjoyable articles on our blog. This point is backed up by the fact that we have had over 1.2 million views since the inception of this website in 2008.

We are also proud to have recently been named as the fourth best glossary site by Albion Languages.

In addition to our blog posts such as our weekly Term of the Week, Video Fix and Food Term features, some of the most-viewed pages on the website include the multilingual termfolders, glossary links, EU glossaries and EU translation memory. These are extensive resources that are useful for any translator or terminologist.

We would like to thank everyone who visited the website and helped to make this possible. We would also like to express our appreciation to all of our regular visitors whose support is an essential part of our success. We hope to continue providing you with interesting articles and useful resources, and are already setting our sights on setting even more records in the near future.



Written by

Carolina Quaranta – Schuman Trainee at the Terminology Coordination Unit of the European Parliament. Master Graduate in Public and Political Communication in the University of Torino, Italy; communication specialist and journalist.

Liam Kennedy – Schuman Trainee at the Terminology Coordination Unit of the European Parliament. Graduate of Journalism with a Language (French) at Dublin Institute of Technology. Completed a Masters in Translation Studies at University College Cork.

Veronica Lynn MizziTrainee at the Terminology Coordination Unit of the European Parliament (Luxembourg). Graduate in the Maltese Language and Communication, and Master’s graduate in Translation and Terminology Studies from the University of Malta. Former journalist

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