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Le tecnologie come motore di innovazione e sinergia con il territorio / Technology as a Factor of Innovation and Synergy with Local Areas

Elisa Bricco, Anna Giaufret, Laura Sanfelici, Simone Torsani

Abstract


The first part this article presents the history of CLAT of the University of Genova since its creation in 2012, showing how internationalization and innovation have always been the focuses of the three types of services it provides: language courses, services for the university itself and services for society’s language needs. In particular, the article illustrates the structure and methodology of CLIL courses for schoolteachers, the CLAT adaptive tests, and a specifically conceived learning environment and platform for online courses. It then proceeds to describe a few projects and experiences involving collaboration with social actors, such as the FAMI project, which aims at the promotion of heritage language for second and third generation schoolchildren of non-Italian origin (mainly South American Spanish speakers).


Keywords


Linguistica; Glottodidattica; linguistica diacronica; linguistica sincronica; studi linguistici; Linguistics; language studies; language learning; Anglistics; Anglistic philology; Spanish philology; French philology; Anglistica; Iberistica; Francesistica

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7358/ling-2019-001-bric



 


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