This book, first published in 1983, examines translation sources and their activities, as well as ways in which librarians can become aware of what has been translated, and obtain copies. The sci-tech literature of the world reflects the international nature of its sources, and is published in many languages. There are many avenues available for obtaining translations of such materials, and this book is devoted to a review of these sources and their activities.
Table of Contents
1. Printed and Online Sources for Technical Translations Suzanne Fedunok 2. The National Translations Center: Its Development, Scope of Operation, and Plans for the Future Ildiko D. Nowak 3. The Role of Commercial Translation Firms in Providing Technical Material to Sci-Tech Libraries Robert L. Draper 4. The Translator in the United States Fred Klein 5. CUTTA Serves: Organizing Translation Within a University Victor Hertz 6. Ei's Inside Look at Technical Translation Zoran Nedic and Barbara S. McCoy 7. Government Information: Will an Informed Public Be Sacrificed in the Name of Private Enterprise? Wilda B. Newman