LCNAU is a network that brings together individuals, language programs, university structures and tertiary institutions. It aims to strengthen the tertiary languages sector in Australia through advocacy, collaboration, research and support. Find out more about the principles underpinning our work.
Who is your most inspiring language teacher? The nomination process is now open for the pinnacle award for Australia’s language teachers, the Patji-Dawes Award, an initiative of the ARC Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language (CoEDL) and proudly supported by LCNAU. “This is an opportunity to give greater recognition to Australia’s language teachers and the efforts they make to enable Australians to learn other languages,” says CoEDL Director, Professor Nicholas Evans. Continue reading →
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LCNAU’s Language and Culture Research Group will hold its third mini-conference at the University of Newcastle on Friday June 23, 2017. Papers are invited on the theme of ‘Language & War’. The conference is free to all financial members of LCNAU. More details here.
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