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INTENT: Online Intercultural Exchange - plenary talks

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The videos of the plenary speakers and the INTENT project presentation are now online here:

 

Plenary 1: Marie-Noelle Lamy: Telecollaboration: what have we learnt? 

 

Plenary 2: Michael Byram: Internationalisation or internationalism? Bringing intercultural citizenship to university language learning through international telecollaboration. 

 

Plenary 3: Shamil Idriss: Taking International Education and Exchange to Scale: The Inevitable Expansion and World-Changing Potential of Virtual Exchange & Mobility  

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INTENT telecollaboration workshop Poland: Andreas Müller-Hartman, Gosia Kurek

PL-CALL conference 2013: The English telecollaboration workshop

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A video recording of some of the presentations by Andreas Muller-Hartmann and Gosia Kurek at the INTENT Polish workshop in May 2013.

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Technology: Virtual mobility with a difference - European Association for International Education

Technology: Virtual mobility with a difference - European Association for International Education | TELT | Scoop.it

"Student mobility is on the rise. A previous Communiqué of the Conference of European Ministers Responsible for Higher Education  set a target of at least 20% of those graduating in the European higher education area having participated in a study or training period abroad by 2020. While this aim is very desirable, it does beg the question: What about the remaining 80% of students who may not engage in some kind of physical mobility during their studies?"

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Robert O'Dowd of the INTENT project writes about university level telecollaboration as a substitute for or complement to physical mobility.

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EUROCALL Review Volume 21, Number 1, March 2013

EUROCALL Review Volume 21, Number 1, March 2013 | TELT | Scoop.it

Recommended website: El Camino de Santiago. Matilde Asencio. 
Recommended software: Learning verb inflection using Cilenis conjugators. Pablo Gamallo, Marcos García, Isaac González, Marta Muñoz and Iria del Río.
Article: Using Blogs: authentic material and ranking quality for SLA. Julian Coppens, Mercedes Rico and J. Enrique Agudo.
Article: Training language teachers to sustain self-directed language learning: an exploration of advisers' experiences on a web-based open virtual learning environment. Sophie Bailly, Maud Ciekanski and Eglantine Guély-Costa.
Project: The INTENT Project: Integrating Telecollaborative Networks into Foreign Language Higher Education. Robert O'Dowd.

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Grenoble workshop on telecollaboration and uni-collaboration.eu

Grenoble workshop on telecollaboration and uni-collaboration.eu | TELT | Scoop.it

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EU project on university-level telecollaboration.

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Robert O'Dowd's curator insight, April 8, 2013 6:25 AM

The second of the INTENT project's four regional workshops on telecollaboration and using the www.uni-collaboration.eu platform took place on Friday 5 April at the University of Grenoble in France. Over 35 participants from France, Switzerland, Belgium and Morocco took part in the event. Find out about our two remaining workshops in Poland and the UK here: http://intent-project.eu/?q=node/36

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Steve mentioned the uni-collaboration.eu project during his talk yesterday at MIIS.  More info: www.uni-collaboration.eu 

 

See also the INTENT project (the source of this Scoop, via Robert O'Dowd!)

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UNI-Collaboration platform is now open

UNI-Collaboration platform is now open | TELT | Scoop.it
"The INTENT project team is happy to announce that the www.unicollaboration.eu platform is now officially open to practitioners from universities around the world. The platform will allow university educators and mobility coordinators to find partner-classes and resources for their online intercultural exchange projects and initiatives. The platform has been developed with the financing of the European Commission's Lifelong Learning project INTENT. You can view a short guided tour of the platform here: http://youtu.be/rzKK5A-9fUM" ;
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our #warcler project tasks are shared with all comers, find partners and join the community!

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Join our Telecollaboration Training workshops in 2013

Join our Telecollaboration Training workshops in 2013 | TELT | Scoop.it

The INTENT team will be offering various training workshops in telecollaboration in 2013. These workshops are aimed at university teachers, mobility coordinators and management who are interested in learning how to integrate online intercultural exchange projects in their institutions. Registration is free but participants will have to cover all their own travel and maintenance costs.

 

Details about the workshops:

The Italy workshop will be held at the University of Padova, Italy on 21 March 2013. Contact person: Francesa Helm: francesca.helm@gmail.com.

 

The  French workshop will be held at the University of Grenoble III, France on 5 April 2013. Contact person: Elke Nissen:Elke.Nissen@u-grenoble3.fr

 

The Polish workshop will take place as a joint event with the PL-CALL Conference, in Warsaw on 9-10 May, 2013. Contact person: Gosia Kurek: gkurka@gmail.com

 

The UK workshop organised by the Open University will take place in London, UK on 18 October 2013. Contact person: Tim Lewis: Timothy.Lewis@open.ac.uk


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Recherches liées à l'usage des TIC pour l'enseignement-apprentissage des langues étrangères?

Recherches liées à l'usage des TIC pour l'enseignement-apprentissage des langues étrangères? | TELT | Scoop.it

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Vidéo d'environ une heure d'une séance de présentations courtes de chercheurs français sur leurs travaux sur l'apprentissage des langues étrangères médiatisées par les technologies.

 

Séminaire national sur le numérique au service des langues, à l'Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon, 2-3 juillet 2012.

 

Du site du colloque :

 

"Table ronde « Recherche »Quelles spécificités des recherches liées à l'usage des TIC pour l'enseignement-apprentissage des langues étrangères?

 

Animateur : Elke Nissen (Université Stendhal)

Participants :

Maud Ciekanski (Université Paris 8)

Muriel Grosbois (Université Paris 4)

Nicolas Guichon (IFE)

Marie-Françoise Narcy-Combes (Université de Nantes)

 

Les recherches portant sur l'utilisation des TICE dans l'enseignement-apprentissage des langues ont pour objectif final d’améliorer l’apprentissage dans un contexte médiatisé ; contexte en permanente évolution dû aux technologies elles-mêmes, mais aussi aux approches et concepts didactiques de référence. Ces recherches se caractérisent avant tout par leur grande variété. Celle-ci se retrouve dans le type de recherche mené (ex. recherche-action, démarche expérimentale), dans le type de dispositif concerné (formation à distance, formation hybride ou intégration des TICE en cours présentiel) et dépend du focus (sur les apprenants, sur les enseignants ou tuteurs, sur une méthode pédagogique particulière, sur la qualité ou l'évolution du dispositif et de ses composantes), mais aussi dans les différentes disciplines où les recherches s'inscrivent (didactique des langues, sciences du langage, sciences de l'éducation, etc.) et les méthodes d’analyse qui leur sont inhérentes. Ce qui singularise ces recherches par rapport à celles dans d'autres domaines, c'est que la langue à la fois véhicule la formation et fait l'objet de l'apprentissage. L'intérêt des interactions en ligne est ainsi double, que ce soit avec les pairs, le tuteur ou des interlocuteurs dans d'autres pays."

 

Le programme du colloque http://num-langues.univ-fcomte.fr/pages/fr/menu3865/programme-15185.html

 

Elke Nissen est membre du projet européen INTENT sur la télécollaboration dans l'enseignement supérieur http://intent-project.eu.


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