MET Conversations

MET Conversations is an activity where members get together on Zoom to discuss language- and work-related topics. At the start of each session, participants are divided into random groups of six without assigned leaders, while co-hosts Kit Cree and Anne Murray work on and off scene to make sure everything runs smoothly.

A perfect place for peer-to-peer knowledge sharing and networking, MET Conversations last up to an hour, so there’s plenty of time to chat, ask questions and crowdsource the answers. Topic experts and novices are welcome.

Upcoming conversations

Past, present and future
12 January 2021, 19:00 CET 
As we ring in the New Year, join us to talk about how we started translating or editing, where we are now and where we see ourselves in the coming years. Everyone is welcome, from new pros to veterans. Time to share some New Year’s resolutions!

Am I a pedant?
17 February 2021, 19:00 CET
Everyone has their pet peeves, but are yours down to exacting standards or pure pedantry? If you’re worried you’ve gone to the dark side, bring your bugbears along to February’s conversation to run them past your peers. Grammar police: come casually dressed!

How to join the conversations

Sign in to the website and go to the links for the upcoming conversations.

Questions or suggestions?

Contact Kit Cree.