TermCat: Terminology in Europe

January 8, 2018 2:26 pm

TERMCAT, established in 1985 by the Government of Catalonia and the Institute of Catalan Studies, is the centre for terminology in the Catalan language; its mission is to ensure the development and integration of Catalan terminology into both specialist sectors and society through the constant creation of innovative, quality tools and resources in permanent dialogue with experts and users.
The activities of the centre take place within the framework of the process of standardising the Catalan language and in a global context determined by the knowledge society, diversity and multilingualism.

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On the interactive map below you will find organizations associated with EAFT and dedicated to the creation, standardization or dissemination of terminology in Europe. They are classified as universities, official centers, national associations and networks, and international associations.

On this map you will find organizations associated with EAFT and dedicated to the creation, standardization or dissemination of terminology in Europe. They are classified as universities, official centers, national associations and networks, and international associations.

To download the complete list of organizations, click the icon at the right hand corner of the map.
Find more on TermCat website!

 

Source and credits:

  • TermCat – centre de terminologia, available here (accessed on December 2017)

 

Edited 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.

 

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