in association with the Centre for Applied Language and Cultural Studies
in the University of Limerick is pleased to announce a one-day colloquium
on Computer Assisted Language Learning to be held on Friday 13th
September 2002 in the University of Limerick.
colloquium is being held to coincide with the final meeting of Oilte
being held on the following day. This event is co-funded by the
National Centre for Technology in Education and the Post Primary
Languages Initiative and will address practical and pedagogical
issues relating to the use of ICT for language teaching and learning
in Primary, Secondary and Further Education.
colloquium programme will cover a wide range
of issues, practical and pedagogical, relating to the use of technology
in language education. The keynote speaker is Dr. William Haworth,
Director of the WELL consortium.
Other speakers include Françoise Blin (DCU) and Ole
Lauridsen (Denmark) as well as teachers and teacher trainers
from throughout Ireland.
covered in the colloquium include:
use and development of Internet resources for teaching languages.
Web authoring for teachers and for students Video streaming
effective approaches to integrating technology in class teaching
The use of authoring software to create interactive activities
for learning and teaching.
The use of reference tools.
are limited at the event so register today to avoid disappointment!
register just fill in the form
and send it to:
L. Ryan email@example.com
Languages & Cultural Studies,
College of Humanities,
University of Limerick,
Word documents: Colloquium
Programme & Registration