Trends and research
Find out about the latest trends and research in the sector
ITI conducts a twice-yearly Pulse survey among members when we gather information on what members are experiencing in the translation and interpreting market.
Findings from the most recent Pulse surveys.
ITI's Trends e-books focus on current trends in translation and interpreting, and provide perspectives on evolving issues within the sector.
If you are not a member of ITI you will need to register to read ITI's Trends e-books. You can then request to receive future publications straight to your inbox.
ITI is involved with various research partners working towards producing research outcomes related to the translation and interpreting sector.
ITI's aim is to produce evidence-based findings upon which to model future developments and promote the highest standards in the profession.
For further information on our research projects please contact the ITI Research Network [email protected]
ITI and the ITI Western Regional Group are pleased to have been project partners in this report from researchers at the University of Bristol which examines perceptions of productivity and activity tracking in translation.
ITI has published a number of Research e-books, focusing on current research evidence and thinking around key issues affecting the sector.
If you are not a member of ITI you will need to register to read ITI's Research e-books. You can then request to receive future publications straight to your inbox.
Research Network event
At this online event in June 2020, fifteen leading speakers from universities who are ITI Corporate Education members presented short summaries of current research to ITI members and each other. The focus was on the potential pragmatic outcomes of their work in the translation and interpreting sector.
ITI members can watch a recording of the webinar below.
Below are further research papers published by some of our Corporate Education members.
Because We’re Worth It Joseph Lambert and Callum Walker
Disentangling freelance translation, status, and rate-setting in the United Kingdom
The impact of translation activities in history and now Callum Walker and Binhua Wang
How do translation activities impact history and the present?