Dissemination and exploitation
of results of our programmes
Capitalize on past experience
CASE STUDY: Lingua Connections
Have you participated in a European project for languages and did not manage to promote your products to a wide public?
Have you co-ordinated a very successful European project for languages and would like to share your ideas and present your results to other institutions across Europe?
Are you interested in learning about possibilities to participate in a European funded project for languages?
Do you need to build partnerships and be part of European networks in order to learn about language methodologies, products, materials and policies at European level?
Then, it’s high time you made the CONNECTION !
is a network of Lingua co-ordinators whose goal is to collect useful tools and methods for the successful dissemination and promotion of language products while creating a forum for all language promoters to meet online and exchange ideas about their experiences.
Lingua Connections products include:
- A publication on good practices for dissemination, promotion and marketing of a language product;
- A web portal putting together the history of the Lingua action, examples of language products that have been funded under the Lingua action from 2001-2005 across Europe as well as future European Union funding opportunities for languages;
- 9 European events, which took place during 2007 in: Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Romania, Sweden and the UK. The project is co-funded by the European Commission. It is co-ordinated by European Cultural Interactions (Greece) in partnership with: ECET-European Centre for Education and Training (Bulgaria), CILT the National Centre for Languages (UK), VIKC-Public Service Language Centre (Lithuania), Jarfalla (Sweden), ESLA- European Sport Linguistics Academy (UK), Kulturring in Berlin (Germany), Talenacademie (Netherlands), Dinocroc (Italy), EuroEd Foundation (Romania).
Dr Katerina Kolyva, European Cultural Interactions