Author(s): Halil ?brahim BALKUL
It needs to be accepted that information technologies have an important place in translation world nowadays. In recent years, there has been an increase in the number of academic publications which focus on computer assisted translation teaching (CATT) field. This study aims at finding out whether the academic articles which focus on CATT deal with learning difficulties encountered by student translators, learners’ prerequisites before taking part in CAT classes and translation teachers’ background information about CAT applications. To carry out the targets of the present study, three main research questions were made up, and randomly selected twelve research papers were examined under the light of the research questions. The findings of this survey are limited to the articles examined deeply throughout this research but further studies can illustrate the issue better if more expanded inquiries are done with different criteria.