Online workshop with ATPD

Bridging teaching and research in interpreting studies
(online workshop)

The interface between teaching and research, two pivotal elements of higher education, has long attracted scholarly attention because of their complementary and mutually reinforcing characteristics. In this talk, the trainer will explore the dynamic and reciprocal relationship between teaching and research in the context of translation and interpreting studies.

The core of this talk will center on a series of case studies drawn from the trainer’s own experiences. These cases illuminate how teaching in both practice-oriented and research-focused courses can serve as a fertile ground for research in interpreting. By sharing these examples, Dr Han aims to demonstrate how classroom experiences and pedagogical challenges can not only inform, but also enrich research endeavors in our field.

Who is this event for?
This presentation is tailored for early-career academics and teachers who are navigating the early stages of their careers in university settings. The session will be interactive, encouraging dialogue and exchange of ideas among participants, fostering a collaborative environment for sharing experiences and best practices. The goal is to inspire scholars with insights to integrate their teaching and research endeavors, ultimately contributing to the advancement of our field. Participants are encouraged to propose research ideas/topics to be incorporated into the talk.

When will it take place?
27 April 2024, 13:00-16:00 Geneva / 20:00-23:00 Signapore

Where is it happening?
Online (Webex – link will be provided after registration)

How much does it cost?
For AIIC members, candidates and pre-candidates: 30 CHF
For non-members: 35 CHF

Who should I contact with questions?
Tze-wei Chen (tzewei.chen@gmail.com)

Learn more and sign up here.

About the trainer
Chao Han, Associate Professor, Department of Chinese Studies, National University of Singapore.

Dr. Han is one of the most productive researchers in the field of interpreting studies. He has published over 50 journal articles and several book chapters. His major research areas include: Assessment and evvaluation of translation and interpreting (T&I), replication and meta-research in T&I and research methodology in T&I.

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