Terminologi og samarbeidsformer mellom næringsliv og UoH-sektoren
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Original versionSYNAPS - A Journal of Professional Communication 18(2006) pp.41-46
In this paper I present cultural, political, financial and pedagogical arguments for developing terminology in Norwegian. I argue in favour of the establishment of a national centre for terminology and technical language resources. The most important tasks for such a centre will be to revitalise existing terminological resources and make them accessible for public use, as well as developing terminology for new domains. Such an effort is likely to be the most efficient way to follow the recommendation given in the strategy document Norsk i hundre!, recently published by the Norwegian Language Council. Aksis is eager to take part in such an effort.
This article is in Norwegian.