Learning LSP by Collaborating: How to Link Student Writers and Journalists, Usability Testers, and Translators Internationally, Interlingually, and Interculturally through Learning-By-Doing Projects

Abstract : With a view to training LSP trainers in the value of arranging student collaborations and the ease with which it can be done, this workshop is designed to offer two 90-minute sessions at which participants can learn how to set up and run their own international, interlinguistic, and/or intercultural collaborations by forming students from their courses into cross-cultural virtual teams (CCVTs). Each session will begin with an overview of the variations in the particular type of collaboration
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Elisabet Arnó Macià, Fernando Ferreira Alves, Bruce Maylath, Patricia Minacori, Birthe Mousten, et al.. Learning LSP by Collaborating: How to Link Student Writers and Journalists, Usability Testers, and Translators Internationally, Interlingually, and Interculturally through Learning-By-Doing Projects. 20th European Symposium on Languages for Special Purposes, Multilingualism in Specialized Communication: Challenges and Opportunities in the Digital Age, Centre for Translation Studies, University of Vienna, Jul 2015, Vienne, Austria. ⟨hal-01230096⟩

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