Workshop on self-revision

The RTE organizes this activity in partnership with Editors Canada.

The NTE Coordinating Group is pleased to announce that a workshop on self-revision will be held this fall! Our long-time partner, the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF/FCE), also contributes.



Trainer: Georges Bastin

The workshop presents the obstacles to self-revision and the revision parameters according to Horguelin and Pharand, as well as Mossop. Several self-revision methods and principles are then explained. Unilingual and bilingual exercises, both individually and in groups, illustrate the presentation.

A full professor at the University of Montreal, Georges L. Bastin is the president of the Canadian Association of Schools of Translation, and a certified OTTIAQ translator. He heads the Research Group on the History of Translation in Latin America (, and is interested in the pedagogy of writing, editing, and translation, as well as the history of translation.


Date: Friday, November 22, 2019
Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Location :

Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF/FCE)
2490 Don Reid Drive
Ottawa, Ontario K1H 1E1

Can’t be in Ottawa? Attend the online training from anywhere!

Full details on prices and registration can be found at [French only]

2019 Workshop: Au-delà du clavier et de la souris – La traduction professionnelle multimodale

Multimodal Professional Translation: Beyond the Mouse and Keyboard

Friday, May 3, 2019, from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m.
at the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) headquarters
2490 Don Reid Drive
Ottawa ON K1H 1E1

As part of its 2019 annual general meeting on May 3 in Ottawa, the Network of Translators in Education is hosting an afternoon workshop by Julián Zapata, founding president of InTr Technologies et services langagiers. Welcome to one and all!

You can take part remotely. Details below, under Registration.

Trainer: Julián Zapata holds a PhD in translation studies and is a professor at the University of Ottawa. He has taught English-to-Spanish and Spanish-to-French translation, as well as terminology, terminotics and translation technologies. He is the founder and president of InTr Technologies (, conducting research and development in interactive technologies for translation, among other pursuits. His areas of interest include translator-machine and translator-information interaction, speech technologies, dictation translation, multimodal interaction and cloud computing.

Workshop Registration

Deadline: Wednesday, Mai 1st, 2019

NTE Members
NTE members can attend free of charge. Please confirm your attendance (AGM, workshop or both) by email at


Promotion: Attend the workshop and receive a free NTE membership for the remainder of 2019.

  • Want to pay by check? Notify us by email at We’ll let you know how to proceed.
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Promotion: Please indicate if you’d like a free NTE membership for the balance of 2019.

Remote attendance: If you can not come in person, you will still be able to attend this workshop online through a web connection. You will receive the necessary login information once you register to the workshop.

Looking forward to welcoming you all!

2019 Annual General Meeting

The Coordinating Committee of the Network of Translators in Education (NTE) is pleased to announce that its 2019 Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on Friday, May 3, 2019 at the headquarters of the Canadian Teachers’ Federation in Ottawa. Set this date aside in your calendar!

As in previous years, the AGM will take place in the morning, and will be followed, after lunch, by a training session or a workshop. Details will be posted as soon as possible.

We look forward to seeing you in great numbers at our AGM on May 3!

2018 NTE Merit Scholarships

From the start, the NTE’s priority has been to encourage networking, facilitate mutual assistance among translators, and provide them with opportunities for professional development. We also consider it of paramount importance to reward and support those who will follow in our footsteps. Since 1990, we have therefore been offering scholarships to some of the best students entering the last year of a bachelor’s program at one of Canada’s translation schools

This year, the NTE awarded scholarships to the following two students:

  • Dara O’Connor, student at the School of Translation and Interpretation, University of Ottawa, in Ontario;
  • Isabel Cyr, student in the Baccalauréat en traduction professionnelle (Département des lettres et communications), Université de Sherbrooke, in  Quebec.

Both of them thanked us warmly. We are all very pleased to welcome them to the Network, and heartily invite them to take part in our exchanges. The NTE takes pride in encouraging the new generations of translators to strive for excellence and to fulfill their professional dreams. The selection of recipients and the presentation of scholarships are carried out in cooperation with participating university departments.

More about the NTE Merit Scholarships.

The NTE has a new mailing address

The Canadian Teachers’ Federation has graciously offered our Network to use their address as its mailing address. We are deeply grateful to them.

We invite you, from now on, to use this new address to write to us:

Network of Translators in Education
2490 Don Reid Drive
Ottawa ON K1H 1E1 Canada