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Project Seminar at Turiba University

On 16 December, 2017 the “Unity in Diversity” project seminar was held at Turiba University, Latvia. During the seminar project manager professor Ineta Luka and project administrative person Evita Vecvagare introduced tourism teachers with the project web-page and the new learning platform on http://esolams.si/unity/ that at the moment includes the tasks created during the previous project for A2/B1 language competence level in 12 languages and B2/C1 English course as well as some of the tasks created in the current project which had started just some months ago.

We told the tourism teachers about the work to be planned for the current project and how the learning materials will be extended to 15 languages adding Lithuanian, Swedish, Turkish and Czech to A2/B1 course and how the existing modules will be updated by including more creative and interactive tasks. We specifically focused on case studies that will be added for B2/C1 English course and that concern the topics actual for working in tourism and hospitality industry.

Prof. Ineta Luka

Project manager of Turiba University team,

Latvia

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Seminar is given to the Teachers at Yoncalı Vocational High School in Kütahya

Seminar is given to the teachers about the Erasmus + Project ‘Unity in Diversity’ at Yoncalı Vocational High School. The web page of the Project and e learning platform is introduced to the teachers.

Ozcan TURAN

Project team member of Turkish team

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Project Dissemination at the Faculty Council at Turiba University

On 2 December, 2017 the “Unity in Diversity” project was introduced to the Council of the Faculty of International Tourism.

The Faculty Council is the highest advisory body of the Faculty concerning the issues of implementation and advancement of the study process. It is composed of prominent industry employers, University teaching staff, the Faculty alumni and students. The Faculty Council makes recommendations on further development of the study programmes. It is composed of 14 members and in important cases more experts may be invited.

Considering this, it was a very significant meeting for the project staff to introduce the Faculty Council with the new project and listen to the ideas of what the industry, learners and teachers expect from the project.

Dr.paed. Ineta Luka

Project manager of Turiba University, Latvia

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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.