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TELLConsult's recent conference contributions

on Sun, 04/17/2016 - 15:21

In April I presented the results and recent developments of the iTILT projects (2011-2017) on several occasions.

First at the EUROCALL MALL SIG Symposium ' Perspectives on the integration of Mobile Assisted Language Learning (MALL) tools in the teaching & learning of foreign languages.

This event was organised by Lumina University, Bucharest, Romania. The related paper was selected for inclusion in the ICMAL proceedings book of the 3rd International Conference of Modern Applied Languages to be published by Lumina – The University of South-East Europe.
More details and the programme here. ​



EU project CAMELOT presented at Dutch Informatics Conference 'NIOC 2015'

on Sat, 05/16/2015 - 15:37

On April 13 we presented the paper '3D Video Producties Toepassingen voor het talenonderwijs' at the bi-annual NIOC conference in Enschede, the Netherlands.

In our presentation we introduced the EU project ‘CreAting Machinima Empowers Live Online Language Teaching and Learning (CAMELOT) and the educational potential of videos shot in 3D environments for (language) education in general and Content & Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) in particular. 

Although the key target group of this congress - organised by Saxion Hogescholen - is the community of teachers of informatics, the

TELLConsult's latest project activities

on Mon, 04/20/2015 - 16:00

Tellconsult's representative, Ton Koenraad, contributed to the dissemination of the Camelot project at a number of events and conferences lately. As announced in the February issue of Camelot's Newsletters he was invited speaker presenting on the potential of 3D virtual worlds at the well attended (n >650),  biannual conference for Dutch teachers of French

Together with Patrick de Boer, a math teacher at the data partner school for the Camelot CLIL pilots, we also presented at the bi-annual national conference for Dutch teachers of English , entitled ‘English Education for International

EU projects Camelot & Euroversity disseminated at recent Dutch events

on Sat, 11/08/2014 - 13:30

Had interesting opportunities to share information about the Euroversity and Camelot projects the past month. The first chance was at the annual conference of the Dutch national Association for language professionals 'Levende Talen'  

The event in Utrecht was 

well attended, as usual. I distributed flyers during breaks and was contacted by various interested teachers.


Marja Ritterfeld, a member of the German department,  was very much interested in 3Dvideo-based materials to support German literature highlights and invited me to run a workshop at the AEDE conference in February 2015.

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