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Shaping Multilingual Access through Respeaking Technology

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The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), part of UK Research and Innovation, has awarded £426,000 to the University of Surrey to undertake a ground-breaking investigation into interlingual live subtitling via respeaking.

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The ESRC-funded SMART project officially launches in July 2020, but work is already underway and three new research fellows have joined Surrey’s Centre for Translation Studies.

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The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), part of UK Research and Innovation, has awarded £426,000 to the University of Surrey to undertake a ground-breaking investigation into interlingual live subtitling via respeaking.

Read More »

The ESRC-funded SMART project officially launches in July 2020, but work is already underway and three new research fellows have joined Surrey’s Centre for Translation Studies.

Read More »
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We’ve had a fantastic uptake for the SMART course and we’re pleased it interests so many language professionals. Now, we’re particularly on the lookout for professionals with French in their language combination and English natives. Visit https://t.co/P9MVgedjCg for more info!

SMART’s first round of training is well underway! We’re still recruiting language professionals to take part in the second round of An advanced introduction to interlingual respeaking. Visit https://t.co/FPiWgyfL4C to sign up.

SMART now has a website: https://t.co/P9MVgedjCg You can find out more about our team, research objectives and sign up for our free course, An advanced introduction to interlingual respeaking!
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