SENSE 2020 Conference Programme

Please note that programme elements may be subject to change.

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Friday 5 June 2020
Workshop programme

Morning workshops
09:30–13:00 Jennifer de Beyer
Using reporting guidelines for biomedical research
Brian Mossop
Reducing revision time
John Linnegar 
Getting to grips with connectors in English texts
 
13:00–14:00  Lunch break 
Afternoon workshops
14:00–17:30 Alexander Drechsel
An iPad (and tablet) workout for language professionals
Ann Bless
Ever thought of running a course on scientific writing?
Sue Leschen
Terms and conditions for freelancers
Jenny Zonneveld
MS Word skills for translators and editors

 

Saturday 6 June 2020
Conference programme day 1

12:00–13:00 Registration
12:30–13:20 Lunch
13:30–14:35 Lane Green
Getting language right in 2020: Between correctness, warmth and innovation
14:40–15:10

Laura Damiano
How to write a grant proposal

 

Jackie Senior
Helping researchers make their best funding applications

Julie Uusinarkaus & Virve Juhola
Read carefully – What is language design all about?
Wendy Baldwin
Honing skills through near-peer exchange
15:15–15:45 Joy Burrough
Be(a)ware of (round) brackets (especially ‘Dutch’ ones)!
Tiina Kinunnen
From whining to shining
15:45–16:15 Tea break
16:15–16:45 John Hynd
Translating the Bible – it could cost you your life!
Kenneth Quek
The word is not enough: An introduction to LaTeX 
Ashley Cowles et al
Panel: Maintaining productivity as your family grows  
16:45–17:15  Tony Parr 
“I just moved on.” – Museum translations
17:20–17:50 Nigel Saych
Fair Trade Translation in an unfair world
Maria Sherwood Smith & Erica Moore
Mind the gap? Not at all! Revision across the AmE–BrE divide
18:25–18:40 Break
17:55–18:25 Panel discussion
on how newcomers to freelance translation can find and retain clients
Anouschka Schutte
Do prospective customers know who you are?
Kate McIntyre
Science publishing in the 21st century: Implications for editors
18:40–19:00 Ellen Singer 
Technology – threat or opportunity?
Justine Sherwood
Learning not to fly
19:05–19:25 Sally Hill
Using your network to branch out into new areas
Marieke Krijnen
Editing in the era of digital nomadism: How I look after my mental and physical health
Claire Bacon
How to attract the clients you want by blogging
19:30–20:15 Borrel – networking drinks
20:15–...  Gala dinner

 

Sunday 7 June 2020
Conference programme day 2

N.B. Programme subject to changes.
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