Release Date: 18 August 2021.
This online module was prepared in partnership with Macquarie University.
Ms Sarah Forget
Sarah Forget is an Associate Lecturer in the Department of Linguistics at Macquarie University, Sydney, where she teaches translation technology and audiovisual translation. She started her career as a Localization Specialist and Project Manager for an IT company. She brings her knowledge of the professional world to the classroom, where she teaches students in the use of Computer-Assisted Translation tools. Her areas of interest include translation technology, localisation project management, audiovisual translation and the training of future translators.
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