7.1 Required reading
Dictionaries and other electronic resources in the library and on the web, including the written and oral press, publications about the European Union and contemporary Anglo-Saxon socio-cultural affairs. It is the students' responsibility to remain up to date with the news current affairs more generally.
-Newspapers, news magazines, news on television and on the internet, … for both languages.
-Professional reference works and electronic search tools: translation and unilingual dictionaries, encyclopaedic works, recent international press, (historical, geographical, political, economic, societal) publications about linguistic regions and about the European Union.
-Gillies, Andrew (2005). Note-taking for consecutive interpreting: a short course. Manchester: ST. Jerome.
-Specific (historical, geographical, political, economic, societal) publications about linguistic regions.
-Specific publications about international institutions, more particularly the European Union.
7.2 Optional reading
The following study material can be studied voluntarily :
Specific publications about Anglo-Saxon culture and society (history, politics, economy, social issues) and about international institutions, the EU in particular. Acedemic journals and other academic publications about Interpreting Studies available at the department library.