Communication Services & Information Technology
University of California
Communication Services & Information Technology

So you want to write an ANR Publication . . .


How do I get my English-language publication manuscript translated into Spanish?


For detailed information, see the web site ANR Peer Review and Publication Production (Portal log-in required.)

Translation of an ANR publication or other material is a two-stage process.

  1. First you submit a Translation Request Form with the material you wish to have translated to the ANR Associate Editor for Spanish Language Materials. The information on this form helps the AE determine whether the requested project is in the most appropriate format for reaching the target audience.
  2. If approved, the manuscript is translated and goes on to the second evaluation stage, when the completed translation is assessed for appropriate word choice and language level.

See this page on the ANR Peer Review and Publication Production web site for more details and a link to the Translation Request Form. 

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Last Updated

February 18, 2011

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