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Call for papers – LLAS e-learning symposium 2014

Do you make innovative use of technology in language teaching and learning? Have you been experimenting with MOOCs and wish to share your experiences? Do you use social networking sites, virtual worlds or mobile technology with your language students? Are you engaging students in the creation or use of open educational resources? If so, then the LLAS community would like to hear from you! LLAS will be holding its 9th annual e-learning symposium on 23rd-24th January 2014 and has extended its... Continue reading →

Call for papers – LLAS e-learning symposium 2014

Do you make innovative use of technology in language teaching and learning? Have you been experimenting with MOOCs and wish to share your experiences? Do you use social networking sites, virtual worlds or mobile technology with your language students? Are you engaging students in the creation or use of open educational resources? If so, then the LLAS community would like to hear from you! LLAS will be holding its 9th annual e-learning symposium on 23rd-24th January 2014 and has extended its... Continue reading →

“Teaching in higher education through the medium of English” course starts today

A five-day course in “Teaching in higher education through the medium of English” starts today, Monday 10th June 2013, at the University of Southampton. The academics participating in the programme are based at European universities. Of the nine attendees, four are from Sweden, two from Norway, two from Lithuania and one from France. Continue reading →

Routes into Languages receives further funding

The national Routes into Languages programme administered through the LLAS Centre based at the University of Southampton has received a further £3.1 million from HEFCE for activities promoting language study in higher education. The programme supports links between schools and HEIs and is of vital importance for the future of languages. Further details can be found on our Modern Languages news page. Continue reading →