Resources on Multilingual
Multilingual Huddle: Designing for Translation —In this webinar, Laura Godfrey and Fedora Braverman share tips for translating content in the digital context.
Bilingual Glossaries, Dictionaries, and Style Guides —Governmentwide resources to make communicating government information to multilingual audiences easier and more consistent.
Top 10 Best Practices for Multilingual Websites —Ten tips for creating and managing multilingual government websites.
Dept. of Justice Memo Reaffirming the Mandates of EO 13166 —Executive Order 13 1661 was issued in August of 2000 and this memorandum reaffirms its mandate. The Executive Order has two primary parts: …
Improving Access to Services for People with Limited English Proficiency (EO 13166) —On August 11, 2000, the President signed Executive Order 13166, “Improving Access to Services for Persons with Limited English …
Spanish Language Style Guide and Glossaries: Spanish Health Care Terms in the United States —A list of common English health care and medical terms, and their Spanish translations.
Spanish Language Style Guide and Glossaries: Internet Resources —A list of additional Internet resources to help standardize the use of Spanish across government.
Spanish Language Style Guide and Glossaries: Information Technology Terms —A list of common English information technology terms, and their Spanish translations.
Spanish Language Style Guide and Glossaries: Frequently Mistranslated English Terms —A collection of frequently mistranslated English terms and their equivalent in Spanish.
Spanish Language Style Guides and Glossaries —Spanish Language Style Guides are resources for government employees, translators, and communications professionals who work with the …
Spanish Language Style Guide and Glossaries: Grammar —Examples and explanations for words, phrases, acronyms, numbers, punctuation, capitalization, symbols, and more used in Spanish grammar.
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Multilingual —We are a group of federal, state and local government multilingual content managers, formerly known as the Federal Multilingual Websites …