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IEFT Agent Workshop in Istanbul

On 2018 03 27-28 there was a separate event of IEFT Agent Workshop in Istanbul, Turkey during an International education fair. The conference participants were prospective students, study agents, other HEI, tour agencies and language schools. Here Vilnius Business College also introduced Study in Lithuania and VBC study programmes, International activities and projects, delivered Unity in Diversity promotional material to students and agents who were interested in hospitality and tourism studies.

Deimantė Vilčinskaitė

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Piloting at Turiba University Piloting of an A1 Spanish course, 28.03.2018

On 28 March, 2018 Vicente Navas Mesa, a lecturer of Spanish from Turiba University, Latvia, piloted the A1 Spanish language course with the first year Tourism management students, a group of international students studying Spanish for the second semester. Ten students were present and they worked in their own speed. Consequently, some students managed to do only one module but others did more. They highly evaluated the learning platform. Concerning online tasks, overall, they got a high evaluation, too. Not all the students had managed to do interactive games and the face-to-face tasks, but those who managed, enjoyed them.

Detailed results of the feedback forms will be analysed in the course piloting report at the end of the semester.

Ineta Luka

Latvian project manager

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Piloting at Turiba University Piloting 28.03.2018

On 28 March, 2018 French and German language lecturer Liga Klavina had a workshop with the second year Communication Management programme students studying French. They have studied French for a year and their language level is A1. The group was rather small – just 3 students. They had been using the A1 course created during all the semester and at the end of the semester they had a workshop in which they did face-to-face tasks and they could consult the lecturer on the online tasks as well.

The students had practised all the modules of A1 French course. They found the online tasks useful, and the students admitted having developed all language skills when using the learning platform. They also enjoyed doing interactive games. As to the face-to-face tasks, two students gave a higher evaluation and one student found the tasks creative but not very interesting for him.

Detailed results of the feedback forms will be analysed in the course piloting report at the end of the semester.

Ineta Luka

Latvian project manager

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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.