Meet Ken De Wachter, the professional translator, technical writer, and trainer who will be instructing TCLoc students on how to use MadCap Software products. His experience with studying, teaching, and working in translation and technical communication makes him the perfect choice for our extracurricular course on one of the leading tools in the industry.
Joining the TCLoc community of instructors is Hilary Marsh, a content strategist with decades of experience and president of Content Company, a content and digital strategy consultancy. She is a leading expert on effective and efficient content creation, organization, and management. Having already created and taught graduate-level courses on content strategy, she is excited to share her experience and insight with TCLoc students and show them the important role content strategy plays in technical communication. In this article, she gives us a sneak peek of her course and shares with us the professional path that led her to where she is now.
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.
The TCLoc master’s is proud to announce that it has joined once again the Adobe Tech Comm University Outreach Program. Thanks to this academic partnership with Adobe, TCLoc students will have access to the Adobe Technical Communication Suite in order to gain firsthand, practical experience with these leading software tools for creating and editing technical documentation.
GALA has always shown their support for the TCLoc and CAWEB Master’s Programs, allowing students to volunteer in exchange for free entry to their annual Language of Business conference. Therefore, it is with great pleasure that we announce our official membership to the association! Read more about the great resources and opportunities that TCLoc and CAWEB students can access thanks to this valuable partnership.
On October 1-3, 2019, Proz.com celebrated its annual International Translation Day event, inviting dozens of language professionals to hold live sessions in order to discuss topics related to the translation industry, share their personal experiences, and answer various questions. Among them, Master TCLoc graduate student Rita Pang held a special conference during which she discussed the benefits of continuing education as a language professional. If you missed the presentation and are thinking about pursuing a postgraduate program, you’ve come to the right place!
From April 10th until April 13th, current TCLoc students had the opportunity to get together on campus in Strasbourg. Students from the USA, Denmark, Germany, Qatar, Italy managed to beat the unusually frigid temperatures to find their way to campus. Besides finally meeting in person the people they’ve been collaborating with on a daily basis, students were thrilled to meet a few of their instructors and attend lectures.