UNINT University (Rome) for IATE

Short presentation of the project

The aim of this project was to give students the opportunity to work with terminology within their “Terminology research” course and at the same time contribute to the IATE database.

This project was part of students’ final examination and this motivated them to work at their best, with the awareness that they could also potentially contribute to the IATE terminology database. It was the most appropriate way to make them feel responsible and part of a real working experience.

The list of terms was initially provided by Termcoord in the sector of “Gender and human rights”, “Gender and media”, and “Meat and meat processing”.

Students involved in the project were around 100 and each of them worked on 3 English terms not included in IATE. Their task was to find proper contexts and definitions from reliable sources both in English and in Italian. Students were initially assisted and coordinated during the course but concluded the task on their own, and the final work was not subject to review. Terms will be examined by Termcoord for a possible integration into the IATE database.

Gender and human rights, Gender and media
Meat and meat processing

 

Participants

AllegrettiIsabella 
AmbrosinoCamilla
AntonelliMichela
AntoniniMicol 
ArmillottaMarta
ArruAnnamaria
ArtibaniMaria Irene
BarbatoLudovica 
BarileArianna
BattistaVeronica
BorrielloGaia Celeste
BroccoliniBenedetta
CanaliSara
CapannaGreta
Capasso Giulia 
CapuanoAriela
CaraccioliLoriana
CardoneVittoria
CasellaMaria Grazia
CesettiClaudia
ChiesaLudovica
ChirichellaMartina
CiprianiMaria Cristina 
CompagnoneSerena 
CostaMarta
CrisiRoberta
D’AndreaArianna
De BiasioVeronica
De VergoriElisabetta
DeianaGiulia
DeiddaFrancesca
Del GrandeDiletta
DenteStefania
Di BartolomeoDoriana
Di BiaseSharon
Di FattaSophia
Di SommaAlfonso
ErginniDaniele
FogliaIsabella
FratiniGreta
FratiniGreta
GabrieleMarzia
GabrielliValerio
GiachiniGiulia
GiacominiClarissa
GiorginoSalvatore
GiudiciNicolò
GiustinianiVeronica
GramansiniAlessandra
GroenertSilvia
GuariniClarissa
HattarSara 
IannielloAlessia
IllianoGiulia
La SpadaMaria Luigia
LamannaSara
LanziAlessia
LocriCinzia
LorentiClaudia
LucarelliFederica
LucchiElisa
MaggiSonia
MainieroFrancesca 
MangoLudovica
MantovaniLaura
MarinucciErika
MarsellaIlaria
MarsicoSilvia
MolinoCarolina
MonteforteGiulia
MorillonFederica
Ngwikem ManfoClaudiane Solange
PagnottaVirginia
PaladiniAngelica
PaoliniFrancesca
PastoreRaffaella 
PattavinaGiulia Paola
PeraliBarbara
PergolaFlavia
PetrellaGiulia
PetriniElisabetta
PietrogiacomiChiara
PizzarelloEnrico
QuagliaCarmela
RussoAngela
RussoNoemi
RussoDaniele
SaccoFrancesca
SalibAlexandro
SantecchiFederica
SantulloGiulia
ScarcigliaChiara
SchiappapietraMarta
SemeraroAlessandra
SetiniMarianna
SianiEnrico
SimeoneVeronica
SimonielloMaria 
SorentiLisa
SperanzaTeresa
SubissatiElena
Taliano Marta
TicozziPaola
VanoniSilvia
VenturaAlessandra
VociChiara
ZappacostaChiara
ZuccanteSara

Project Coordinator

Laura Iovanna

Laura Iovanna is a translator, interpreter and terminologist, as well as Deputy Chair of the Italian Association of Translators and Interpreters (A.I.T.I.).

She graduated from the Advanced School of Modern Languages for Interpreters and Translators of Trieste (now the Department of Legal, Language, Interpreting and Translation Studies) and has been working as a translator and interpreter since 2000.

In 2008, she started collaborating as an external translator of the European Commission Directorate-General for Translation (DGT) and the Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union (CdT).

She is also registered as a translator/interpreter and consultant with the Civil Court and Chamber of Commerce of Rome.

Since academic year 2006-2007, she has been working as an Adjunct Professor at UNINT University in Rome, where she has lectured in several translation and interpretation courses and where she coordinates the terminology research course.

 

 

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