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Access to, conceptualisation, and communication of knowledge and expertise: the necessary competences

Brigitte Forster-Vosicki

Abstract

Keywords: Brigitte Forster Vosicki, conceptualisation and communication of knowledge and expertise, MAGICC, Knowledge production, transfer; multilingual, multicultural communication competence

European Policy Developments and University Priorities

Lesley Wilson

Abstract

Keywords: Lesley Wilson, European policy developments, EUA, EUA perspective, Global Europe 2050, strengthening HEIs,

Recent Developments in Translation Technology

Giuseppe Palumbo

Abstract

Keywords: Giuseppe Palumbo, Bringing Translation to the Cloud, translation technology, Translation, Forum2012, Translator training; Computer-Assisted Translation (CAT); Translation Memory

How multilingual education is changing European education

Piet Van de Craen

Abstract

Keywords: ´Piet Van de Craen, Multilingualism, academically challenged pupils and educational change, Forum 2012, Language learning; Dylan project; CLIL; EMILE

Learning through languages: rethinking (language) education – challenges and strategies

Waldemar Martyniuk

Abstract

Keywords: Rethinking language education, Waldemar Martyniuk, Forum2012, Linguistic development; multilingual classrooms; competences

Informal/Non-formal language learning, especially with regard to the validation of learning outcomes by enterprises

Isabelle Ortiz

Abstract

Keywords: Isabelle Ortiz, Informal Non-formal language, ELC forum, Forum2012, Informal/non-formal learning NF-IFLL; LINCQ project; plurilingual, intercultural education; digital natives; business community

The changing face of multilingualism in today’s Europe

Annie Lhérété

Abstract

Keywords: Annie Lherete, The changing face, multilingualism, Forum 2012

Language Rich Europe: Multilingualism for Stable and Prosperous Societies

Simon Ingram-Hill

Abstract

Keywords: Simon Ingram Hill, Language Rich Europe, Forum 2012

Languages for all: The University of Warsaw system of language provision

Marta Kicińska-Habior

Abstract

Keywords: Marta Kicinska Habior, Languages for all, CEFR; internalisation; blended courses; CLIL

Higher Education Language Policy (HELP) ELC Working Group

Karen M. Lauridsen

Abstract

Keywords: Karen Lauridsen, Higher Education Language Policy, ELC Working Group, EHEA, Mobility; employability; language support for staff; internationalisation of HEIs; validation of language skills

ELDIA: European Language Diversity for All

Riho Grünthal

Abstract

Keywords: Riho Grünthal, Multilingual Challenge, diversity within the EU, Language diversity; LINEE DYLAN; empowerment; minority languages

Council conclusions on language competences to enhance mobility

Official Journal of the European Union

Abstract

Keywords: Official Journal of the European Union, Council conclusions on language competences to enhance mobility

A “Framework” for Business Language? The Business Platform for Multilingualism and Beyond

Mike Hammersley

Abstract

Keywords: Mike Hammersley, Business Language, Business Platform, Multilingualism, Forum 2010, Europass; CELAN

The aim and scope of language teaching: do we need a new paradigm for language teaching and learning?

Michael Kelly

Abstract

Keywords: Michael Kelly, language teaching and learning, Transnational flows, Forum 2010, Linguistic diversity; languaging; intercultural learning

Multilingualism in Europe 2020: The human being to be replaced by technology?

Hanna Klimek

Abstract

Keywords: Hanne Klimek, Multilingualism, natural language processing, Europe 2020; social inclusion

The role of language in the Internationalisation of Higher Education

Manuel Célio Conceição

Abstract

Keywords: Manuel Célio Conceicao, role of languages, Internationalisation

Language mediation: new challenges for the 2010s

Daniel Toudic, Elaine Rees

Abstract

Keywords: Daniel Toudic, ELC, Language professionals, Training multilingual communication professionals

The Role of Languages in the Internationalisation of Higher Education

Karen M. Lauridsen and Isabelle Ortiz

Abstract

Keywords: Karen Lauridsen, Isabelle Ortiz, Increasing use of English, English as Lingua Franca, Forum 2010

Selection, design and evaluation of language policies: what has DYLAN contributed?

François Grin

Abstract

Keywords: Francois Grin, development language policy and planning, LPP, Language policy; DYLAN; indicators; language diversity

Institutional language strategies: a balancing act between the internationalisation of higher education, national and EU policies, and labour market expectations

Wolfgang Mackiewicz

Abstract

23rd ACA European Policy Seminar, held in Brussels on 4 December 2009, under the heading: “Better taught in English? Institutional language strategies in European higher education”.

Keywords: Wolfgang Mackiewicz, nstitutional language strategies, internationalisation of higher education,

Better taught in English? Institutional language strategies in European higher education

Wolfgang Mackiewicz

Abstract

Keywords: Wolfgang Mackiewicz, internationalisation, Institutional language strategies

Nancy Declaration

Wolfgang Mackiewicz

Abstract

Keywords: Wolfgang Mackiewicz, Nancy Declaration

From Curriculum Development to Course Delivery

Gabriela Leder

Abstract

Keywords: Gabriela Leder, Curriculum Development, CEFR; intercultural competence; employability

The introduction of the Bologna structure as an opportunity for innovation

Wolfgang Mackiewicz

Abstract

Keywords: Wolfgang Mackiewicz, BERLIN DECEMBER WORKSHOP, European Framework, Learning outcomes; competences; employability; ENLU; teacher education;

CEL-ELC Conference 2017

Languages in the Creation/Production, Transfer, and Application of Knowledge

Anne-Claude Berthoud

Abstract

Keywords: Anne Claude Berthoud, Rethinking Multilingualism, Languages in the Creation, Application of Knowledge, Forum 2012

The Importance of Creating New Learning Opportunities: Not a “concrete utopia” but the EU 2020 strategy on informal learning

Bärbel Kühn

Abstract

Keywords: Recognition of learning, Bärbel Kühn, Importance of Creating New Learning Opportunities, Forum 2012

Politique linguistique au service d’une nouvelle conception du plurilinguisme pour l’enseignement et la recherche

Manuel Célio Conceição

Abstract

Keywords: Manuel Célio Conceicao, Politique linguistique, conception du plurilinguisme, Forum 2012, Plurilinguisme; intercomprehension

Meeting the challenges and reaping the opportunities for sustainable renovation in science education: empirical data from classroom research and teacher-training

Teresa Ting

Abstract

Keywords: Teresa Ting, Meeting the challenges, reaping the opportunities, Forum 2012, sustained learning

The CEL/ELC Forum 2016

Abstract

“Languages and societal challenges. The role of higher education Langues et défis sociétaux. Le rôle de l’éducation supérieure” took place in Milan on 1st and 2nd December 2016. Click here for some of the presentations. For some captured moments of the event, click here to view our image galery in full size.

The 18th General Assembly will be held on 01 December 2016 at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan.

Access to, conceptualisation, and communication of knowledge and expertise: the necessary competences

Brigitte Forster-Vosicki – 2012

Title

LLP-Project MAGICC

Author

Brigitte Forster-Vosicki

Keywords

Brigitte Forster Vosicki, conceptualisation and communication of knowledge and expertise, MAGICC, Knowledge production, transfer; multilingual, multicultural communication competence

Date

2012

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European Policy Developments and University Priorities

Lesley Wilson – 2012

Title

EUA Perspective – Presentation

Author

Lesley Wilson

Keywords

Lesley Wilson, European policy developments, EUA, EUA perspective, Global Europe 2050, strengthening HEIs,

Date

2012

Relation

Recent Developments in Translation Technology

Giuseppe Palumbo – 2012

Title

Bringing Translation to the Cloud

Author

Giuseppe Palumbo

Keywords

Giuseppe Palumbo, Bringing Translation to the Cloud, translation technology, Translation, Forum2012, Translator training; Computer-Assisted Translation (CAT); Translation Memory

Date

2012

Relation

How multilingual education is changing European education

Piet Van de Craen – 2012

Title

Multilingualism, academically challenged pupils, and educational change

Author

Piet Van de Craen

Keywords

´Piet Van de Craen, Multilingualism, academically challenged pupils and educational change, Forum 2012, Language learning; Dylan project; CLIL; EMILE

Date

2012

Relation

Learning through languages: rethinking (language) education – challenges and strategies

Waldemar Martyniuk – 2012

Title

Learning through languages

Author

Waldemar Martyniuk

Keywords

Rethinking language education, Waldemar Martyniuk, Forum2012, Linguistic development; multilingual classrooms; competences

Date

2012

Relation

Informal/Non-formal language learning, especially with regard to the validation of learning outcomes by enterprises

Isabelle Ortiz – 2012

Title

Informal/Non-formal language learning, especially with regard to the validation of learning outcomes by enterprises

Author

Isabelle Ortiz

Keywords

Isabelle Ortiz, Informal Non-formal language, ELC forum, Forum2012, Informal/non-formal learning NF-IFLL; LINCQ project; plurilingual, intercultural education; digital natives; business community

Date

2012

Relation

The changing face of multilingualism in today’s Europe

Annie Lhérété – 2012

Title

The changing face of multilingualism in today’s Europe

Author

Annie Lhérété

Keywords

Annie Lherete, The changing face, multilingualism, Forum 2012

Date

2012

Relation

KEYWORDS

  • Annie Lherete, The changing face, multilingualism, Forum2012

Language Rich Europe: Multilingualism for Stable and Prosperous Societies

Simon Ingram-Hill – 2012

Title

Language Rich Europe: Multilingualism for Stable and Prosperous Societies

Author

Simon Ingram-Hill

Keywords

Simon Ingram Hill, Language Rich Europe, Forum 2012

Date

2012

Relation

Languages for all: The University of Warsaw system of language provision

Marta Kicińska-Habior – 2012

Title

Languages for all: The University of Warsaw system of language provision

Author

Marta Kicińska-Habior

Keywords

Marta Kicinska Habior, Languages for all, CEFR; internalisation; blended courses; CLIL

Date

2012

Relation

Higher Education Language Policy (HELP) ELC Working Group

Karen M. Lauridsen – 2012

Title

Higher Education Language Policy (HELP) ELC Working Group

Author

Karen M. Lauridsen

Keywords

Karen Lauridsen, Higher Education Language Policy, ELC Working Group, EHEA, Mobility; employability; language support for staff; internationalisation of HEIs; validation of language skills

Date

2012

Relation

ELDIA: European Language Diversity for All

Riho Grünthal – 2012

Title

ELDIA: European Language Diversity for All

Author

Riho Grünthal

Keywords

Riho Grünthal, Multilingual Challenge, diversity within the EU, Language diversity; LINEE DYLAN; empowerment; minority languages

Date

2012

Relation

Council conclusions on language competences to enhance mobility

Official Journal of the European Union – 2011

Title

Council conclusions on language competences to enhance mobility

Author

Official Journal of the European Union

Keywords

Official Journal of the European Union, Council conclusions on language competences to enhance mobility

Date

2011

Relation

A “Framework” for Business Language? The Business Platform for Multilingualism and Beyond

Mike Hammersley – 2010

Title

A “Framework” for Business Language? The Business Platform for Multilingualism and Beyond

Author

Mike Hammersley

Keywords

Mike Hammersley, Business Language, Business Platform, Multilingualism, Forum 2010, Europass; CELAN

Date

2010

Relation

The aim and scope of language teaching: do we need a new paradigm for language teaching and learning?

Michael Kelly – 2010

Title

The aim and scope of language teaching: do we need a new paradigm for language teaching and learning?

Author

Michael Kelly

Keywords

Michael Kelly, language teaching and learning, Transnational flows, Forum 2010, Linguistic diversity; languaging; intercultural learning

Date

2010

Relation

Multilingualism in Europe 2020: The human being to be replaced by technology?

Hanna Klimek – 2010

Title

Multilingualism in Europe 2020: The human being to be replaced by technology?

Author

Hanna Klimek

Keywords

Hanne Klimek, Multilingualism, natural language processing, Europe 2020; social inclusion

Date

2010

Relation

Format

application/pdf

The role of language in the Internationalisation of Higher Education

Manuel Célio Conceição – 2010

Title

The role of language in the Internationalisation of Higher Education

Author

Manuel Célio Conceição

Keywords

Manuel Célio Conceicao, role of languages, Internationalisation

Date

2010

Relation

Language mediation: new challenges for the 2010s

Daniel Toudic, Elaine Rees – 2010

Title

Language mediation: new challenges for the 2010s

Author

Daniel Toudic, Elaine Rees

Keywords

Daniel Toudic, ELC, Language professionals, Training multilingual communication professionals

Date

2010

Relation

The Role of Languages in the Internationalisation of Higher Education

Karen M. Lauridsen and Isabelle Ortiz – 2010

Title

The Role of Languages in the Internationalisation of Higher Education

Author

Karen M. Lauridsen and Isabelle Ortiz

Keywords

Karen Lauridsen, Isabelle Ortiz, Increasing use of English, English as Lingua Franca, Forum 2010

Date

2010

Relation

Selection, design and evaluation of language policies: what has DYLAN contributed?

François Grin – 2010

Title

Selection, design and evaluation of language policies: what has DYLAN contributed?

Author

François Grin

Keywords

Francois Grin, development language policy and planning, LPP, Language policy; DYLAN; indicators; language diversity

Date

2010

Relation

Institutional language strategies: a balancing act between the internationalisation of higher education, national and EU policies, and labour market expectations

Wolfgang Mackiewicz – 2009

23rd ACA European Policy Seminar, held in Brussels on 4 December 2009, under the heading: “Better taught in English? Institutional language strategies in European higher education”.

Title

Institutional language strategies: a balancing act between the internationalisation of higher education, national and EU policies, and labour market expectations

Author

Wolfgang Mackiewicz

Keywords

Wolfgang Mackiewicz, nstitutional language strategies, internationalisation of higher education,

Date

2009

Relation

Better taught in English? Institutional language strategies in European higher education

Wolfgang Mackiewicz – 2009

Title

Better taught in English? Institutional language strategies in European higher education

Author

Wolfgang Mackiewicz

Keywords

Wolfgang Mackiewicz, internationalisation, Institutional language strategies

Date

2009

Relation

Nancy Declaration

Wolfgang Mackiewicz – 2006

Title

Nancy Declaration

Author

Wolfgang Mackiewicz

Keywords

Wolfgang Mackiewicz, Nancy Declaration

Date

2006

Relation

From Curriculum Development to Course Delivery

Gabriela Leder – 2005

Title

From Curriculum Development to Course Delivery

Author

Gabriela Leder

Keywords

Gabriela Leder, Curriculum Development, CEFR; intercultural competence; employability

Date

2005

Relation

The introduction of the Bologna structure as an opportunity for innovation

Wolfgang Mackiewicz – 2005

Title

The introduction of the Bologna structure as an opportunity for innovation

Author

Wolfgang Mackiewicz

Keywords

Wolfgang Mackiewicz, BERLIN DECEMBER WORKSHOP, European Framework, Learning outcomes; competences; employability; ENLU; teacher education;

Date

2005

Relation

CEL-ELC Conference 2017

Title

CEL-ELC Conference 2017

Type

Text

Conseil Européen pour les Langues / European Languages Council

Conference Programme

30th November – 1st December 2017

Day one

13.30Welcome to participants by the President.
13.45International Students Global Trends –  Gabi Lombardo, European Alliance for Social Sciences and Humanities, and Jon Deer, London School of Economics (UK).
14.15Dutch and/or English? Language policy in higher education in the Netherlands– Janneke Gerards – Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences (NL)
14.45Coffee break
15.15The effects of language learning on brain, mind and health – Thomas Bak, University of Edinburgh (UK).
15.45Brexit and its avatars: new nationalisms and the multilingual challenge for Europe – Michael Kelly, University of Southampton (UK).
16.15-16.30Discussion
 16.45-18.45General Assembly
18.45Drinks

Day two

09.00
Working group 1Languages and Sciences: Les enjeux du plurilinguisme pour les pratiques scientifiques/ Issues of multilingualism in the context of scientific practices – Round Table

 

Coordinator: Anne Claude Berthoud, University of Lausanne (CH)

Fernanda Rollo, Secretary of State for Science, Technology and Higher Education (PT);

Manuel Célio Conceição – University of Algarve (PT);

Piet van Craen, Vrije Universiteit Brussels (BE);

Wolfgang Mackiewicz, Freie Universität Berlin (DE).

Working group 1Languages and Sciences: Les enjeux du plurilinguisme pour les pratiques scientifiques/ Issues of multilingualism in the context of scientific practices – Round Table

 

Coordinator: Anne Claude Berthoud, University of Lausanne (CH)

Fernanda Rollo, Secretary of State for Science, Technology and Higher Education (PT);

Manuel Célio Conceição – University of Algarve (PT);

Piet van Craen, Vrije Universiteit Brussels (BE);

Working group 1Languages and Sciences: Les enjeux du plurilinguisme pour les pratiques scientifiques/ Issues of multilingualism in the context of scientific practices – Round Table

 

Coordinator: Anne Claude Berthoud, University of Lausanne (CH)

Fernanda Rollo, Secretary of State for Science, Technology and Higher Education (PT);

Manuel Célio Conceição – University of Algarve (PT);

Piet van Craen, Vrije Universiteit Brussels (BE);

10.00
Working Group 2Languages and Education – Round Table

 

Coordinator: Piet Van de Craen, Vrije Universiteit Brussels (BE)

 Anna Murkowska & Jacek Romaniuk – University of Warsaw (PL);

Francisco Lorenzo – University Pablo Olavide (SP);

Letizia Cinganotto – National Institute for Innovation, Documentation and Educational Research (IT)

Working Group 2Languages and Education – Round Table

 

Coordinator: Piet Van de Craen, Vrije Universiteit Brussels (BE)

 Anna Murkowska & Jacek Romaniuk – University of Warsaw (PL);

Francisco Lorenzo – University Pablo Olavide (SP);

Letizia Cinganotto – National Institute for Innovation, Documentation and Educational Research (IT)

Working Group 2Languages and Education – Round Table

 

Coordinator: Piet Van de Craen, Vrije Universiteit Brussels (BE)

 Anna Murkowska & Jacek Romaniuk – University of Warsaw (PL);

Francisco Lorenzo – University Pablo Olavide (SP);

Letizia Cinganotto – National Institute for Innovation, Documentation and Educational Research (IT)

11.00Coffee break
11.30
Working Group 3Language and Rights – Round Table

 

Coordinator: Maurizio Viezzi, University of Trieste (IT)

Anastasia Atabekova – Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RU);

Bart Defrancq – University of Ghent (BE); Interpreting and Translation. (BE).

Pascal Rillof – ENPSIT, European Network for Public Service

Working Group 3Language and Rights – Round Table

 

Coordinator: Maurizio Viezzi, University of Trieste (IT)

Anastasia Atabekova – Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RU);

Bart Defrancq – University of Ghent (BE); Interpreting and Translation. (BE).

Pascal Rillof – ENPSIT, European Network for Public Service

Working Group 3Language and Rights – Round Table

 

Coordinator: Maurizio Viezzi, University of Trieste (IT)

Anastasia Atabekova – Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RU);

Bart Defrancq – University of Ghent (BE); Interpreting and Translation. (BE).

Pascal Rillof – ENPSIT, European Network for Public Service

12.30
Report of the conference by Wolfgang Mackiewicz, Honorary President of the CEL /ELC, Freie Universität Berlin (DE).
Report of the conference by Wolfgang Mackiewicz, Honorary President of the CEL /ELC, Freie Universität Berlin (DE).
Report of the conference by Wolfgang Mackiewicz, Honorary President of the CEL /ELC, Freie Universität Berlin (DE).
13.00Final words – End of the conference

Languages in the Creation/Production, Transfer, and Application of Knowledge

Anne-Claude Berthoud – 2012

Title

Languages in the Creation/Production, Transfer, and Application of Knowledge

Author

Anne-Claude Berthoud

Keywords

Anne Claude Berthoud, Rethinking Multilingualism, Languages in the Creation, Application of Knowledge, Forum 2012

Date

2012

Relation

The Importance of Creating New Learning Opportunities: Not a “concrete utopia” but the EU 2020 strategy on informal learning

Bärbel Kühn – 2012

Title

The Importance of Creating New Learning Opportunities: Not a “concrete utopia” but the EU 2020 strategy on informal learning

Author

Bärbel Kühn

Keywords

Recognition of learning, Bärbel Kühn, Importance of Creating New Learning Opportunities, Forum 2012

Date

2012

Relation

Politique linguistique au service d’une nouvelle conception du plurilinguisme pour l’enseignement et la recherche

Manuel Célio Conceição – 2012

Title

Politique linguistique au service d’une nouvelle conception du plurilinguisme pour l’enseignement et la recherche

Author

Manuel Célio Conceição

Keywords

Manuel Célio Conceicao, Politique linguistique, conception du plurilinguisme, Forum 2012, Plurilinguisme; intercomprehension

Date

2012

Relation

Meeting the challenges and reaping the opportunities for sustainable renovation in science education: empirical data from classroom research and teacher-training

Teresa Ting – 2012

Title

Meeting the challenges and reaping the opportunities for sustainable renovation in science education

Author

Teresa Ting

Keywords

Teresa Ting, Meeting the challenges, reaping the opportunities, Forum 2012, sustained learning

Date

2012

Relation

The CEL/ELC Forum 2016

“Languages and societal challenges. The role of higher education Langues et défis sociétaux. Le rôle de l’éducation supérieure” took place in Milan on 1st and 2nd December 2016. Click here for some of the presentations. For some captured moments of the event, click here to view our image galery in full size.

Title

The CEL/ELC Forum 2016

With 20 years of policy-making history, our association brings together committed language specialists from around the European continent and beyond to support Europe’s language infrastructure, improving societal and individual multilingualism and promoting quality language learning.

Filling a unique niche in Europe’s language panorama, the CEL/ELC has unique contact to universities, language institutions, the Council of Europe, and the European Commission, mediating at the various levels to envisage, anticipate and adapt to the future language landscape.

Membership in the CEL/ELC grants institutions and language specialists access to a wide variety of projects and like-minded colleagues in similar language fields, and is open to all institutions of higher education and all national and international associations with a special interest in languages. Additionally, we accept applications for associate membership for individuals.

The association’s permanent secretariat is at Universidade do Algarve, Faro (PT).

The 18th General Assembly will be held on 01 December 2016 at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan.

16th GA

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The 18th General Assembly will be held on 01 December 2016 at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan.

The 18th General Assembly  was held on 01 December 2016 at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan.

Among other things, elections to the boardarewereon the agenda. Click on the related links on the left for the full agenda, the declarations of candidature to the board and several maps to the university and places to stay.

The General Assembly is held once a year, and is composed ofall ofallthe active, associate, and honorary members of the CEL/ELC. Associate members and honorary members are present only in an advisory capacity, while active members have voting rights. The powers entrusted to the General Assembly include approving budgets and accounts, electing and dismissing Board members, amending the articles of the association, dissolving the association, and expelling members from the association (as laid out in Article 10 of the CEL/ELC Statute).

The general meetings are chaired by the president of the association or, in his or her absence, by an appointed member of the Executive Committee. Members who are unable to attend the assembly can choose to be represented there by another active member by proxy; however, no active member may hold more than three proxies at one meeting. In order to have a quorum, 30 active members must be present.

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