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Trends in Crowdsourced Translation
by Rebecca Ray, Nataly Kelly
February 01, 2011
February 01, 2011

 
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Summary
Language service providers have a distinct advantage when it comes to community translation:  they have been managing communities of translators and subject matter experts with linguistic skills for more than three decades. However, there are many misconceptions about what crowdsourcing can actually deliver when applied to translation.  To separate perception from reality, we test-drove more than 100 crowdsourced sites. The results of this research offer insight into the current state of implementation practices, detailed reviews of typical community translation sites, and a summary of the governance models most commonly applied. The report also details 12 ways in which LSPs can make money from crowdsourcing.

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Pages: 43
 

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