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Digital Modern Languages virtual seminar
Posted on May 26 2020
Event Date: 03/06/2020 15:00 - 17:00
Digital Modern Languages is a seminar series bringing together research and teaching in Modern Languages which engages with digital culture, media and technologies. Following a call for doctoral research presentations, OWRI is pleased to announce the speakers for the first virtual seminar.
- Francielle Carpenedo (IMLR, University of London) – Brazilian Food Social Media Discourses in the UK
- Louis Cotgrove (University of Nottingham) – #GlockeAktiv: A corpus linguistic investigation into German youth language on YouTube
- Sarah Daniel (Swansea University) – Students vs Machines: Strategic differences between trainee translators and Machine Translation when translating metaphorical expressions
- Daria Sinyagovskaya (University of Central Florida) – Practice Pinyin with an App: Gamification Modalities as Pedagogical Methodology in Chinese language Phonological Practice to Reduce Cognitive Load and Learners Performance
Visit the website for more information and to register for the event.