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ICT Links into Languages Conference sells out!

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by dalej, Feb 8, 2011.

  1. dalej

    dalej New commenter

    Dear all,

    We are delighted to announce that over 130 people have decided to sign up for the ICT Links into Languages Conference this weekend at Southampton University and we are now officially full. Thank you to everyone for supporting the event. For those who can't make it in person, we will be live streaming both the keynote presentations (mine - If you build it, they will come! The rise and rise of the MFL Twitterati and Get real! Language Learning for the 21st century - Rachel Hawkes) plus Chris Harte's talk 'Languages: Reboot'. Check this link in a couple of days for further details http://www.linksintolanguages.ac.uk/events/1373

    You can also follow delegates' tweets, by checking out this link over the weekend:
    http://search.twitter.com/search?q=ililc

    Roll on Saturday!

    Joe
     
  2. dalej

    dalej New commenter

    Hi raqueluchi,
    All I can suggest is that you contact Zeba Hilton - Z.I.Hilton@soton.ac.uk and see if she can fit you in if someone has cancelled. Good luck!
    Joe
     
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