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    Ton KoenraadTon Koenraad
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    In 2017 we ran a workshop on latest trends in education in general and related developments in Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) in particular as requested by the LinkedIn network of Dutch freelance language trainers ‘LTNW’
    https://www.linkedin.com/groups/2114281/
    (see this blogpost http://www.tellconsult.eu/2017/10/13/course-on-call-for-nl-freelance-language-trainers/)
    At LinguaCoP we very much like to get into touch with similar professional or informal networks and associations.
    Please share with us which national/international (virtual) network(s) you participate in personally or that you are aware of?

    #871
    AvatarStefan Serwe
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    For LGP & LSP instructors at universities and universities of applied science in Germany, there is the AKS, the Association of University Language Centres, as a professional platform. LSP is definitely a topic at their conferences and among its members, but so far no special interest group exists. We (Language Centre at Osnabrück University) are trying to establish some sort of SIG for EAP within the AKS. At the AKS’s online conference on 4 & 5 March 2021, we’re organising a series of workshops on different EAP-related topics to raise interest among AKS members and attempt to reach those members interested in creating a professional network.

    #875
    Ton KoenraadTon Koenraad
    Participant

    Thanks for this contribution, Stefan. Great initiative with a highly relevant theme and an interesting programme. I also shared this announcement via the notification option. Hope you have a successful event.
    PS Can you advise me how to contribute to the AKS’ Newsletter?

    #880
    AvatarStefan Serwe
    Participant

    Thanks, Ton. If you’d like to contribute to the AKS Newsletter, you should get in touch with one the three editors. Personally, I’ve worked together with one of them, Irmgard Wanner from the Language Centre at Universität Leipzig. Just contact her and I am sure she’ll be happy to receive your contribution.

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