Open Educational Resources in Modern Languages

Venue: University of Bristol
Email: Sam.Barlow@bristol.ac.uk (registration enquiries)
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Event Date: 20/09/2013

On 20 September the School of Modern Languages at the University of Bristol will be hosting a one-day conference on Teaching and Learning Languages through online Open Educational Resources.

While an increasing number of language teaching practitioners are experimenting with technology - creating and incorporating online resources into their teaching - these experiences are still often carried out in relative isolation. Opportunities for review, dissemination and discussion are often limited. This conference intends to provide examples of best practice from a broad educational spectrum - to include Secondary Schools, Further, Higher & Continuing Education - to help bridging the gaps that exist in the teaching community, begin a more structured debate around this topic and create opportunities for sharing and collaboration.

Visit the website for further information and the conference programme.

Register by Friday 6 September 2013.

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