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2014 CIBER Business Language Conference
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The Centers for International Business Education and Research (CIBERs) invite you to join us in Park City, Utah for an exchange of ideas and perspectives on how foreign language educators best assess and meet the current and future linguistic and cross-cultural needs of global business leaders.

4/24/2014 to 4/26/2014
When: April 24-26, 2014
Where: Canyons Resort
Park City, Utah 
United States
Contact: Cynthia Halliday

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2014 CIBER Business Language Conference 

The Centers for International Business Education and Research (CIBERs) invite you to join us in Park City, Utah for an exchange of ideas and perspectives on how foreign language educators best assess and meet the current and future linguistic and cross-cultural needs of global business leaders.The 16th Annual CIBER Business Language Conference goal is to link the needs indicated by U.S. business and the professions with the skills of language administrators, instructors, and researchers at all levels (K-12, college and university, and in-service) in the commonly taught languages as well as those languages for which the current needs are critically lacking or are currently in a developing stage.

Papers are expected to be shared on the following topics:

  • Critical language needs at the state, national, or international level (Arabic, Chinese, French,German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swahili, etc.)
  • Formal and/or informal needs assessments conducted for determining of language/cultural goals
  • Tailoring instructional practices or programs to meet learner or client linguistic needs
  • Meeting cross-cultural communication needs for professional contexts
  • Meeting the needs of heritage language speakers
  • Curriculum development to meet the needs of a specific business or profession
  • Technology applications for meeting linguistic/ cultural needs of business and/or the professions
  • Assessment of linguistic proficiency, cross-cultural communication, or content knowledge
  • Developments in theory and method for Business Language Studies

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