Interpreter Commons is a dedicated website to
- Publish and access free, curated, dedicated articles by and for interpreting practitioners, consultants, and students under our Library with a special focus on how digitalization impacts our profession. Interpreters are invited to publish their articles here under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. If you want to share your written piece, please write to email@example.com.
- Enhance the visibility of interpreting practitioners, consultants, and students by publishing their articles under our Library section following the same procedure as above.
- Be a place the professional interpreter wants to turn to for Useful Links. Interpreters are invited to add more!
- Provide access to a wider audience to the most interesting content shared in the LinkedIn group Interpreting Think Tank.
- Enhance the visibility of Institutional Research with a special focus on research in the field of new interpreting technologies.
- All Community Players (LSPs, associations, technology providers) are invited to publish their written contributions in our Guest Publications section. If you are interested, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Last but not least, provide a home by and for interpreters laying the foundations for a collaborative commons. If you are an interpreting student, practitioner, or consultant, we are eager to hear your ideas for the inception of working groups/projects to help shape the future of interpreting.
If you would like to be part of our efforts please join our working group
Fill in this volunteer form and tell us a bit about yourself.
Step 2 : Register in Translation Commons.
- Check out our Getting Started Guide, focusing on the first three steps on how to create an account in Translation Commons here.
Step 3: Follow the instructions on the email you receive and activate your new Translation Commons email.
- Please follow the instructions of the email you receive to activate your new TC email. Also, please go to your TC email settings and forward your TC emails to your private or daily used email, to make sure you don’t miss any important information from TC.
- Be aware that you may experience log-in problems due to browser conflicts with other @gmails. If this happens we have a collection of possible solutions from which you can choose what fits your work style here TC Help for sign-in problems.