Webinar series: 9 Months, 9 Universities

Arqus Plurilingual and Intercultural Hub

9 Months, 9 Universities is a new series of guest lectures that focus on specific topics related to language and culture and target mainly graduate and postgraduate students as well as early-stage researchers and lecturers interested in these topics. The lectures are intended to generate awareness and appreciation for the topic of multilingualism as well as an understanding of the many areas of our lives that are influenced by language.

The 9 Months, 9 Universities series is organised within the framework of the Plurilingual and Intercultural Hub in the Arqus European University Alliance.

Check out all the webinars in the 9 Months, 9 Universities series!

The webinars are available on the Arqus YouTube channel but you can also find them below.

#01 – Teaching Academic Skills: Creativity, Critical Thinking Problem-Solving
#02 – Idioms.AI: Where AI meets the linguistic heritage of the Arqus Alliance
#03 – Drama activities for intercultural dialogue and inclusion
#04 – Collaborative assessment practices in Spanish-English translation class
#05 – What do paparajotes and the Spanish Audiencia Nacional have in common?
#06 – The perception of foreign-accented speech in multilinguals

7 Months, 7 Universities

9 Months, 9 Universities is the continuation of the series 7 Months, 7 Universities, which was offered during the first 3 years of the Alliance when Arqus included only 7 universities. At the time, the series was offered in the framework of the action line Multilingual and Multicultural University. Check out the lectures from this first series!

#01 – Short-term study abroad: Insights from a long-term project
#02 – Why do Lithuanians never ring a bicycle bell?
#03 – Cultural learning in the foreign language classroom
#04 – Exploring students’ multilingualism in lower secondary school
#05 – Harnessing students’ multilingualism through Wikipedia
#06 – Linguistic Mediation and Pluricultural Competence
#07 – Development of intercultural compentences
#08 – Effect of identity on immigrant motivation in L3 acquisition
#09 – Language Students in Work Practices: A Course
#10 – Working with disinformation discourses in a language classroom
#11 – Mediación, literatura y competencia pluricultural
#12 – The role of the native speaker in the teaching of ESP
#13 – From culture to a product: the Korean case
#14 – Encouraging students’ exploration of language
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