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Tag Archives: symposium
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, don’t miss this opportunity to submit your proposal for a presentation, workshop or poster for the 10th annual University of Southampton e-learning symposium, organised by the Centre for Language, Linguistics and Area Studies (LLAS), taking place on 22 and 23 January 2015. The deadline for submissions is Monday 13 October 2014.
For further details about the event and guidance on submissions, visit the LLAS website.
The 10th University of Southampton e-learning symposium, organised by the Centre for Language, Linguistics and Area Studies (LLAS), will take place at the University of Southampton from 22-23 January 2015.
For updates on this event, keep an eye on the Languages at Southampton blog!
Celebrating Professor Rosamond Mitchell’s academic career at the ‘Language Learning In and Out of the Classroom’ symposium
Staff and students from Modern Languages at Southampton will be amongst participants at a symposium on Wednesday 18th June 2014 entitled ‘Language Learning In and Out of the Classroom’. The symposium will celebrate the academic career of Professor Rosamond Mitchell, paying tribute to her dedication and many achievements in the fields of Education and Applied Linguistics over the past 40 years. Read more…
‘Contemporary Central and South-East European Cinema in Transition’ – Postgraduate symposium tomorrow
A one-day postgraduate symposium on ‘Contemporary Central and South-East European Cinema in Transition’ will take place tomorrow, Friday 23rd May 2014 from 10:00-18:00 in Lecture Theatre B, Avenue Campus, University of Southampton. Read more…
A one day symposium to celebrate the academic career of Professor Rosamond Mitchell will take place on 18 June 2014.
The symposium will pay tribute to Ros’s achievements in the fields of Education and Applied Linguistics over the past 40 years. The event will include an overview of Ros’s career by Professor Florence Myles, a series of talks on the theme of foreign language teaching and learning and a round table discussion about the future of language learning and teaching.
For anyone who missed this year’s University of Southampton e-learning symposium, organised by the Centre for Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies (LLAS), a selection of recorded sessions are now available via our YouTube channel. Visit the LLAS YouTube playlist for further details.
The 9th annual University of Southampton E-Learning Symposium, at the University’s Avenue Campus on 23rd and 24th January 2014, was a resounding success! There was a real buzz around the Avenue Campus amongst the delegates who attended from all around the country. Congratulations to the organising team in the Centre for Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies (LLAS), and to all those who contributed to this event. We are looking forward to celebrating the 10th E-Learning Symposium next year!
A large number of the sessions, including the keynote talks, were recorded. Recordings will be available shortly via the LLAS website.
Register to attend the University of Southampton E-Learning Symposium before Monday 20th January to guarantee your place at this popular event!
The University’s 9th annual e-learning symposium will be taking place on 23rd/24th January 2014 at University of Southampton, Avenue Campus. The aim of the symposium is to seek to bridge the gap between the ‘techie’ and the teacher, giving educators ideas to help them integrate e-learning into their practice but also to inspire them to see where the online future could lead.
For a full programme, information about keynote speakers, and to register, visit the LLAS website.
Don’t forget to register for the University of Southampton E-Learning Symposium before Monday 20th January 2014 to secure your place at this popular event!
The University’s 9th annual e-learning symposium will be taking place on 23rd/24th January 2014 at University of Southampton, Avenue Campus. The aim of the symposium is to seek to bridge the gap between the ‘techie’ and the teacher, giving educators ideas to help them integrate e-learning into their practice but also to inspire them to see where the online future could lead. The symposium is always well-attended by practitioners from a wide range of disciplines and institutions.
The Institute for Language and Culture (ILC) in Modern Languages at the University of Southampton is hosting its one-day symposium on ‘New Directions for Research in Language and Culture’ tomorrow, Wednesday 6 November 2013