InterpretBank has been originally developed at the Faculty for Translation and Interpreting of the University of Mainz/Germersheim as a PhD project by Claudio Fantinuoli (academic page. If you are an educator teaching translation and interpreting technologies, consider using InterpretBsnk in your courses. We have a program for collaboration with educators, contact us to see how we can work together. We would like to facilitate universities offering classes or workshops on computer-assisted interpreting (CAI) and offer free licenses to teach InterpretBank. We do a lot of academic research (see publications by Claudio Fantinuoli) in the field of CAI and more generally on Interpreting Technology, and are happy to get in touch and offer our support to any scholar who wants to do research in this field. Below you can find some selected publications on InterpretBank or around CAI.

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Universities teaching InterpretBank

The following universities teach InterpretBank, either in a dedicated "computer-assisted interpreting" class or in the context of normal interpreting classes/workshops. This is a list of universities which have received free students or campus licenses:

Scuola di Lingue e Letterature, Traduzione e Interpretazione Forlì/Bologna (Italy) visit
Universität Innsbruck (Austria) visit
Universität Leipzig (Germany) visit
Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz/Germersheim (Germany) visit
Bellevue College, Washington (USA) visit
New York University (USA) visit
ZHAW Zürcher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften (Switzerland) visit
Fachhochschule Köln (Germany) visit
University of Osijek (Croatia) visit
Tuzla University (Bosnia and Herzegovina) visit
KU Leuven (Belgium) visit
University of the West India visit
Universität Wien (Austria) visit
Universidad Autónoma de Baja California (Mexico) visit
University of North Carolina at Charlotte (USA) visit
University of Surrey (UK) visit Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (USA) visit

If you are a teacher, ask us for free academic licenses (1 term licenses) for you, your labs and your students!

Academic Research on Interpreting and Technology

Are you interested in research related to new technologies and interpretation? To see a list of publication on Interpreting and Technology by the creator of InterpretBank click Research.