We recently launched the ENROPE Member Directory! Stay connected and find other researchers to connect to in the ever growing ENROPE network.
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Have you seen our language button on the top right of the ENROPE website yet?
One of ENROPE’s central aims is to validate multilingualism/plurilingualism as an academic practice. Therefore, we recently added the languages used in ENROPE partner institutions (Catalan, English, Dutch, Estonian, Frisian, French, German, Spanish, Turkish) to the website.
We look back on a very successful ENROPE Intensive Study Week #3, hosted online by the Universitat Ramon LLull (Barcelona) from June 28 - July 2, 2021. We had a great time with many interesting keynotes, workshops and group work!
Right after ISW#3 the ENROPE Consortium met for Transnational Project Meeting #6 to evaluate ISW#3 and brainstorm on new ENROPE activities in the future!
ENROPE's Intensive Study Week #3 will take place as an online learning event from June 28 to July 2, 2021 and is hosted by Blanquerna - Universitat Ramon Llull (Barcelona).
The ENROPE Multiplier Event #3 was scheduled as a half day conference in the form of a webinar, due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The title was ‘Towards Plurilingual Professional Identities’ and it was organised on 16 March 2021 by the Mercat
The ENROPE consortium cordially invites you to participate in the webinar (Multiplier Event) 'Towards Plurilingual Professional Identities' on Tuesday afternoon 16 March 2021.
This event offers a platform for the exchange of knowledge and experience on a range of topics, including the professional identity development in plurilingual research, networking and collaboration, the need for bibliographic references to publications in languages other than English, language development and education in multilingual contexts, and more.
ENROPE's second Multiplier event was hosted by İstanbul University-Cerrahpaşa and was held online on January 29, 2021 with 120 participants who registered in the event. The event aimed to reach to a trans-institutional audience and involved early career researchers, teacher trainers, doctoral supervisors, teachers and policy makers who are engaged in multi/plurilingual research and education.