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 Infoterm Newsletter - INL
INL

INL is the official quarterly of Infoterm, the International Information Centre for Terminology. The goal of this publication is to provide information on developments in the field of terminology and on the activities implemented by Infoterm members and co-operative partners.

Reprinting of INL in partial or complete form is encouraged given proper quotation. 

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 BiblioTerm - BIT
BIT

BIT is aimed at informing its readership about the latest publications in the field of terminology. This bibliographic information comprises mono- and multilingual specialised vocabularies, terminology-related bibliographies, as well as directories of acronyms and abbreviations.

The various entries are planned to eventually be published in a cumulative international bibliography.

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 Terminology Standardization and Harmonization - TSH
TSH

TSH is a joint publication of the ISO/TC 37 Secretariat and Infoterm. Created in 1989, its objective is to foster communication and co-operation between organisations and individuals involved in terminology standardisation.

TSH provides information on terminology standardisation, especially within the framework of technical committees, and on new publications in this field.

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 StandardTerm - STT
STT

STT provides up-to-date information on standardisation in the field of terminology, including standardised guidelines for elaborating terminologies. The aim of StandardTerm is to give this bibliographic information the widest possible dissemination, as national and international (ISO, IEC) terminology standards are high-quality tools for international communication and the transfer of scientific and technical knowledge. Since 1989, this periodical has been published jointly by Infoterm and the ISO/TC 37 Secretariat.

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Last update: 2009-04-26

 
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