Tag Archives: languages

University Languages Portal Australia

mcvid_youtube_EnPIjgQal_Y_300University Languages Portal Australia (ULPA) was launched at the LCNAU Colloquium in November 2015. This national languages portal is designed for both the secondary and tertiary sectors and for language teachers and students alike. It enables users to find out which languages are taught at which universities in Australia, along with information on cross-institutional enrolment, whether languages can be studied online and the value of learning languages. While ULPA focuses particularly on languages offered at beginner level, information is also included for secondary students keen to continue on with their language studies at university. Click on the icon above for a presentation on what ULPA has to offer.   Continue reading

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Linguistic and Cultural Interchange: workshop at Warwick, 20 Feb 2015

logo_withtextAs part of the Transnationalizing Modern Languages: Mobility, Identity and Translation in Modern Italian Cultures project, a one-day workshop on Linguistic and Cultural Interchange: Policies and Practices is being held at the University of Warwick on Friday 20 February 2015, 9.45am – 5 pm (location on the Warwick campus: Room LIB2). The programme is available here where you can also find details of the free registration. The occasion offers an opportunity for local and international policy-makers, practitioners and leading experts to discuss the activities that communities, institutions and universities carry out to understand and manage contact zones. For information about the project or the workshop, contact Marco Santello.

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