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X is for Languages: the XML project.

I gave this presentation to an MA class at the University of Southampton. It details the early findings of the XML project (HEA funded) which looked at digital literacy in modern languages.

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Flash card: "Making friends" in Italian.

Flash cards made using Power Point - with pronunciation. Slide show the PP presentation to use it as flash cards.

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Italian pronunciation with sound.

Italian pronunciation - Power Point presentation with sounds.

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Shaken and stirred: Shaken and stirred: maximising the benefits of open practice through ‘blended’OER communities of language teachers.

I gave this presentation at WorldCALL 2013, in Glasgow, on 12th July 2013. It describes the FAVOR project and how the model can be replicated by others to offer low-cost staff development.

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OER and Languages - webinar for Open Education Week.

I gave this presentation as part of Open Education Week, on March 15th, 2013. The session was co-hosted by Anna Comas-Quinn, at the Open University. I've included my notes on each slide for further information.

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MOKKA: nagy-britanniai magyar oktatók köre_első találkozó.

This material summarises the main ideas that were discussed at the meeting and contains suggestions about how to continue working together. Ez az anyag összefoglalja a főbb gondolatokat, melyeket megbeszéltünk a találkozón és a folytatásra vonatkozó javaslatokat is tartalmaz.

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The Favor Project Presentation.

Presentation about the LLAS Jisc funded FAVOR project which worked with part-time and hourly paid tutors to use OER to profile and develop their language teaching resources

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Creating and sharing resources in a community repository.

This presentation was given by Bianca Belgiorno-Appleyard at an HEA OER workshop on 7th November, 2012, at the University of Southampton. In it, she describes her experiences as an Italian tutor, working on the JISC-funded FAVOR project. This project aimed to explore how open practice impacts on the lives of part-time tutors.

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The FAVOR project - University of Southampton final report.

This video report was given by Julie Watson, from the University of Southampton, in September 2012. It describes the experiences and findings of Southampton tutors who took part in the project.

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The FAVOR project - Aston University final report.

This video report was given by Sarah Hayes, from Aston University, in September 2012. It describes the experiences and findings of Aston tutors who took part in the project.

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The FAVOR project - final reports.

This collection brings together all of the final reports made for the FAVOR project. It comprises the final report produced for JISC, plus reports (video and text) made by each individual project partner.

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La carta fatta a mano ad Amalfi.

This is an online activity for Italian. It is a listening comprehension.

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I mesi e le stagioni in italiano.

This is an online activity for Italian about seasons.

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Una canzone di Andrea Bocelli.

An online activity for Italian which involves listening to a song sung by Andrea Bocelli.

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La routine quotidiana - Verbi riflessivi.

An online activity on the topic of 'daily routine' - for Italian.

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"Panico da esami".

This is an online activity for Italian, which deals with the topic 'exam stress'.

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Coming in from the cold: recognition and reward for part-time language tutors in the FAVOR project.

I gave this presentation at the 'Language Futures: Languages in Higher Education conference 2012,' a biennial LLAS event. It was held in Edinburgh, 5/6th July 2012. This presentation describes the work of the JISC-funded FAVOR project which is working with part-time, hourly-paid language tutors to engage with open practice.

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Top tips for using LanguageBox to publish OERs.

I used this powerpoint at Newcastle University, to give some language tutors some top tips on how to publish their work effectively on LanguageBox.

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Community Cafe final report.

The final report and evaluation of the Community Café project led by LLAS at the University of Southampton with funding from JISC

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Aims and Method of the Community Cafe project.

I gave this presentation at the conference 'Languages for the 21st century: training, impact and influence' which was held at the University of Sheffield, 1-2 September, 2010. The presentation introduced the JISC funded Community Cafe project and talked a

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