The TCLoc Team is proud to announce the launch of the new version of the TCLoc website! This improved platform is the result of a successful project led by CAWEB master’s students whose goal was to redesign not only the website’s visual aspect and content but the user experience altogether.
Since its launch in January 2017, the TCLoc master’s program has been a growing success, continuing to attract students from all over the world. Its curriculum is constantly evolving in order to offer training adapted to the most recent technological and digital advances in the technical communication and localization industry. Since its inception, the goal of the TCLoc master’s program has been to earn the recognition of professionals in the field by combining an accredited university degree with an industry certification. Indeed, TCLoc graduates not only obtain a master’s degree from the University of Strasbourg, but an international Technical Communicator (tekom) – Professional Level certificate as well, provided by our partner tekom Europe, the world’s largest technical communication association.
The new website provides students, instructors, and potential candidates with the best user experience possible. Its interface, content, and graphics have been entirely redesigned with several goals in mind. The main goal behind this project was to highlight the TCLoc community. Indeed, even though the TCLoc master’s program is taught remotely, its core values remain: communication, solidarity, and camaraderie. That’s also why we invite our students twice a year to on-campus meetings at the University of Strasbourg. Thus, a dedicated section has been created on our new website to emphasize our students, instructors, alumni, administrative team and — last but not least — our partnerships.
According to Renate de la Paix, TCLoc’s Program Director, “TCLoc addresses full-time working professionals as well as career-changers and people taking a break from their careers for further training. We offer four different study options ranging from 12 to 24 months to suit a variety of schedules. The new website explains the flexibility of the program more clearly. I’m very happy that all the relevant information can now be easily accessed.”
The TCLoc Team thanks the CAWEB master’s students and all the people who have contributed to the success of this project!