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Welcome to Eurocall, Gothenburg! Photo: Kjell Holmner Eurocall conference returns to Scandinavia! The University of Gothenburg in Sweden would like to warmly welcome you to the Eurocall conference 22-25 August, 2012. The theme of the Gothenburg conference is CALL: using, learning, knowing. As this dynamic field gains recognition and weight, this conference seeks to establish the current state of the art. How does using technologies shape what and how we learn, and what do we consider we know

8/22/2012 to 8/25/2012
When: 8/22/2012
Where: University of Gothenburg
Gothenburg
Sweden
Contact: Sylvi Vigmo

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Eurocall 2012


CALL: using, learning, knowing

Welcome to Eurocall, Gothenburg!

August 22-25, 2012

Photo: Kjell Holmner

Photo: Kjell Holmner

Eurocall conference returns to Scandinavia! The University of Gothenburg in Sweden would like to warmly welcome you to the Eurocall conference 22-25 August, 2012. The theme of the Gothenburg conference is CALL: using, learning, knowing. As this dynamic field gains recognition and weight, this conference seeks to establish the current state of the art. How does using technologies shape what and how we learn, and what do we consider we know from research and development within CALL? These three dimensions are in a continuous flux and interplay as an upward spiral, contributing together to create a dynamic learning experience for the student.

The conference will take place at the Faculty of Education in the centre of the city and is hosted by the Department of Education, Communication and Learning and LinCS in close collaboration with the Department of Literatures and Languages and Chalmers University of Technology, the Division of Language and Communication.



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