AIIC VEGA / PRIMS Interpreters’ BarCamp

22 Mar 19

14:00 — 19:00

Budapest, Hungary

AIIC World event


ELTE University
Faculty of Humanities
Department of Translation and Interpreting

Registration required!
Please register by 21 Mar 2019

Join us at our first-ever AIIC VEGA/PRIMS Interpreters’ BarCamp

Just like any other BarCamp, you won’t be a mere spectator.  You will be an active participant.

Our BarCamp is slightly different.  We want it to be an opportunity for learning and sharing, but we also want to brainstorm together and gather fresh ideas.

As always, the rules are simple:

  • Be ready to give a presentation or a demo on any subject you feel confident in.
  • Talk, post, blog and tweet about our VEGA/PRIMS BarCamp.  Spread the news!

 VEGA/PRIMS BarCamp Agenda

14:00-14:30 Registration and Brief Introduction

14:40-16:30 Part one Learning and Sharing
Participants will be invited to write the title of the topic they are interested in presenting on Slido (instructions to be provided soon).  Everybody will vote for the presentation they find more interesting and the most voted presenters will each have 20/30 minutes to share their knowledge with the others.

16:30-17:00 Coffee break

17:00-19:00 Part two - Brainstorming Activity
In this second part, attendees will be asked to indicate a topic they want to tackle with like-minded colleagues, through an open, out-of-the-box approach.  Once again, the most voted topics will be discussed in groups.

The BarCamp is open to all: Students, teachers, AIIC members and non-AIIC interpreters,  and anybody involved in the simultaneous interpretation businesss

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