Past IJET - IJET-27 in Sendai
Paul Koehler graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and Advertising Studies. After working as a reporter in the United States, he moved to Japan, living and working in the Chubu area for about 8 years. He has been a translator and interpreter since 2009, and is involved with both JAT and the American Translators Association (ATA). Currently based in Los Angeles, he is also the current chair of the JATTOOLS SIG, and loves swapping stories about the latest ways to make work more efficient when he isn't finding time to go to the beach! His preferred CAT tool is Deja Vu X3, although he TRADOS to use as well when the situation warrants it.
Relocating Outside Japan: Thriving through Times of Transition (Panel Discussion)
A panel discussion on the various aspects involved in relocating to a different country while continuing translation and interpreting work. All of the panelists have recent experience with relocation and will share their experiences on the logistics, benefits and struggles of...
What is a CAT tool and how to use it?
This talk is for translators who are interested in CAT tools but don't know which one to choose or how to use it. I will explain the differences and advantages of each tool.