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InDialog Conference series acquired by ENPSIT

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Interpreter Practice, Research and Training: the Impact of Context InDialog 3 will be held in Antwerp on 21-22 November 2019 and hosted jointly by the University of Antwerp and KU Leuven Antwerp campus. Continuing the initiative of the past two conferences in the series, InDialog 3 will deal with dialogue interpreting in its many forms. The conference focuses on the impact of different contexts on the way dialogue interpreting unfolds in practice and how this phenomenon is being researched and addressed in (higher) education and training. CALL FOR PAPERS Context is to be understood in a broad sense. Not only…

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CloserStill Media acquires Online Educa Berlin (OEB)

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CloserStill Media acquires Online Educa Berlin (OEB) Learning Technologies Germany to be launched alongside OEB in 2018 (Berlin, December 5th, 2017) CLOSERSTILL MEDIA, the London-based exhibition and conference organiser, has announced the acquisition of one of Europe’s leading education and learning conference and exhibitions – Online Educa Berlin (OEB) – from ICWE GMbH for an undisclosed sum. OEB, is one of Europe’s most respected conferences for technology assisted learning drawing on more than 2,000 participants from across the education and corporate learning sectors. CloserStill runs the world’s leading workplace learning event brand, Learning Technologies, with two market leading events in…

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Highlights from Going Global 2017

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More than 900 leaders in higher education, business and government attended the British Council’s 11th annual Going Global conference, in London from Monday 22 to Wednesday 24 May 2017. Some 77 countries were represented by delegates, including vice-chancellors, pro vice-chancellors, and government ministers. Highlights included: On day 1, as the sun re-appeared across London after days of rain, Rob Lynes, the British Council’s UK Regional Director, said he was very proud to welcome delegates to “this sunny, vibrant metropolis which is called London”.  London is a truly international city where 300 languages are spoken and where 100,000 international students choose…

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A successful end to studyworld 2017, the 12th International Fair for Higher and Continuing Education

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The 12th International Fair for Higher and Continuing Education, studyworld 2017, was held in Berlin on Saturday, May 13th over two successful days with 7,500+ visitors. Both days of the fair offered school pupils and students a wide range of information on numerous study options and career paths at home and abroad. A total of 150 education providers from 29 countries presented information on Bachelor and Master courses at home and abroad, international internships and semester abroad programmes at the Russian House of Science and Culture on Friedrichstraße, Berlin. Alongside universities and further education institutions, exchange organisations and internship agencies,…

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eLearning Africa 2016: Can You Make Vision Reality?

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African education experts want to hear from anyone with innovative ideas about how technology can help transform the continent. The experts will be at eLearning Africa 2016, Africa’s leading conference on technology assisted learning, where they will discuss the role of technology in achieving the African Union’s vision of a “transformed continent.” The theme for the conference, which is scheduled to take place in Cairo from May 24 – 26, will be ‘Making Vision Reality’ and the organisers are planning “a comprehensive and in-depth discussion about how the combination of learning and technology can transform Africa.” Anyone interested in making…

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EXPOLINGUA Berlin once again highlighted the diversity of language learning

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EXPOLINGUA Berlin, the 28th International Fair for Languages and Cultures, provided a forum for visitors to discover and immerse themselves in the world of languages and cultures. 9,651 language enthusiasts visited the exhibition on November 21 – 22 to explore a broad spectrum of foreign language learning and teaching methods. 144 exhibitors from 27 countries presented a wide range of offerings from language courses; language study travels, teaching materials, and exchange programs, to modern language learning technologies like language learning apps. The broad range of visitors showed that you are never too young or too old to learn a new…

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