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E-LOCAL - for all - Electronically Learning Other Cultures And Languages

E-LOCAL - for all

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The Project

“E-LOCAL for all” will valorise the results of the E-LOCAL project by carrying out large-scale activities of dissemination and exploitation.
Whereas the core activity of the E-LOCAL project was the implementation of online learning materials and their testing by a limited number of pilot users, this project meets the need to accompany and direct the systematization of the use of those courses with a view to maximizing their long-term impact.
The concrete objective of “E-LOCAL for all” is to expand considerably the user base and to explore new forms of exploitation, both inside and outside the partnership, both with and without e-tutoring, thus providing examples of best practice for long-term exploitation.


E-LOCAL courses presented at Unibo School of Languages
28/10/2014 08:33

The E-LOCAL courses of Dutch, Finnish, Hungarian, Polish and Portuguese will be presented today 28 October 2014 at 2,30 pm at the School of Foreign Languages and Literatures of the University of Bolo...

E-LOCAL CES on Radio Universidade de Coimbra (RUC)
05/05/2014 16:45

Last Wednesday, April 30, the CES team presented the E-LOCAL learning platform on the Babel programme of the Radio Universidade de Coimbra - the show specifically oriented towards the mobility studen...

UNIBO E-LOCAL Platform in IDEM and eduGAIN!
21/03/2014 11:19

The E-LOCAL courses available at are now part of IDEM and eduGAIN networks: all users of national and international institutions belonging to the two networks can enter the E-...

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Key Facts

Project Coordinator: Andrea Ceccherelli  University of Bologna 

Project Start Date: 01/11/2013 

Project End Date: 31/10/2014