This study aims to present an experience of EN>IT collaborative translation in a class of third-year students of a BA-level degree course in languages using the real-time collaborative web platform Padlet. The students were first provided with key theoretical knowledge of translation, and translation assignments were regularly delivered via the Moodle platform. For each translation assignment a Padlet was set up, in which the students were required to identify and solve translation issues through peer-to-peer discussion. The study illustrates a number of preliminary observations about this form of collaborative translation with a few examples from the Padlet-based discussions.

Peer-to-peer discussion in distance learning: an experience of Padlet-based collaborative translation

Fina, Elisa
2022-01-01

Abstract

This study aims to present an experience of EN>IT collaborative translation in a class of third-year students of a BA-level degree course in languages using the real-time collaborative web platform Padlet. The students were first provided with key theoretical knowledge of translation, and translation assignments were regularly delivered via the Moodle platform. For each translation assignment a Padlet was set up, in which the students were required to identify and solve translation issues through peer-to-peer discussion. The study illustrates a number of preliminary observations about this form of collaborative translation with a few examples from the Padlet-based discussions.
Collaboration in Translation. From Training to Platforms and Publishing
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