Webinar “Where languages collide: How multilingual literacies make social media real”

14 June 2011, University of Luxembourg and broadcast live, 4 PM

Media and more specifically social media exist in and through multiple languages – in keyboarding, texting, dubbing, subtitling, translating, gaming and in many other ways of media interaction. Multilingualism

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DICA collaborators at the first-ever-EU-China Multilingualism conference, May 19, 2011

Claudia Albanese, Simina Petraru, Jun Song, Mikkel Stroerup and Katerina Zourou were invited to the first-ever EU-Chine Multilingual conference, May 19, in Brussels.

The presentation by Claudia, Katerina and Mikkel was very successful and the Head of Unit Multilingualism of

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DICA collaborators at the first-ever-EU-China Multilingualism conference, May 19, 2011

DICA collaborators have been invited by the Commission to attend the the first-ever-EU-China Multilingualism conference within the EU-China Year of Youth 2011

Findings of the EU network “language learning and social media: 6 key dialogues” will also be presented

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