Arab Information Network for Terminology (ARABTERM)
17 Mar 1989, Tunis (Tunisia), at International Conference on Terminology, Standardization and Unification in Theory and Practice. No recent activity reported since 1990.Available with paid subscription only.
Basic and applied terminology research; elaboration of principles, methods and other tools for terminology work, such as classification schemes and thesauri in the Arabic language; preparation of terminologies in both conventional and computerized forms as well as their unification and standardization; processing, storing and dissemination of terminological data; collection, analysis and exchange of terminological information; development of terminology training at all levels by preparing a unified curriculum and specialized teaching aids; increasing the availability of terminological publications and the establishment of a deposit library for terminological publications; translating relevant terminological literature into Arabic; attainment of a unified terminology planning policy within the Arab world; organization and participation in meetings and congresses on terminological issues.
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