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[Leeds Interpreting Studies Seminar Series] Assessing translation and interpreting: Past, present, and future

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Speaker: Dr. Chao Han (National University of Singapore) Moderator: Prof. Binhua Wang Venue: Baines Wing SR (3.06), University of Leeds; Online via Teams Meeting (Please register via the above link) Abstract Assessment and evaluation are crucial in producing vital evidence for important decision-making in translator and interpreter education, professional certification, and translation and interpreting (T&I)...

[Leeds Interpreting Studies Seminar Series] Eye-tracking in Cognitive Studies of Interpreting: Progress, Challenges and Perspectives

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Speaker: Dr Xingcheng Ma Moderator: Prof. Binhua Wang Abstract: It has been decades since eye-tracking was first applied to cognitive studies of interpreting. Eye-tracking allows for a nature and unintrusive recording of interpreters’ eye movements, shedding light on their cognitive effort, strategic behaviors, and attention allocation during interpreting process. Traditionally, eye-tracking research in interpreting has...