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.
A one-day mini-conference will be held at the Defence Force School of Languages (DFSL), RAAF Williams, Laverton, on Monday 29 October. The theme of the mini-conference is “Invigorating LOTE learning through technological tools”.
For further information regarding participation in this event, please contact DFSL Head of Development Mrs Anna Ivanova on email@example.com.
The community at large constitutes a reservoir of linguistic and multicultural wealth that can provide valuable experiential opportunities for students to be exposed to language and culture-rich environments. As such, it promotes academic growth and enhances employability prospects. The Work Integrated Learning and Language Studies (WILLS) cluster offers a collaborative platform that seeks to explore the role of WIL in language studies from practical and theoretical points of view. It aims to facilitate the emergence of common research projects, to design and disseminate educational placement models and guidelines, as well as to promote WIL practices across the tertiary sector. The WILLS group calls on colleagues in Australia who have experience in placing students in language/culture-rich contexts or who are interested in starting their own language placement programs. Please contact Eric Bouvet (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the first instance.