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2018 Lisbon, Portugal: Invigorating Training through Technological Tools


Monday, 21st of May
  1. BILC Update May 2017-May 2018, Emilija Nesheva, BILC Secretary
BILC Update Language Needs Analysis (LNA) – Follow-Up, Julie Dubeau, BILC Associate Secretary
BILC Update Familiarization Workshop On Level- 4 Reading Proficiency, Jana Begovic, BILC Associate Secretary
BILC Update “Language” being a topic in the Global Programming discipline of Education, Training, Exercises, and Evaluation (ETEE) and the results of the Training Requirements Analysis (TRA) workshop, Peggy Garza, BILC Associate Secretary
  1. Language Training and Testing in the Portuguese Armed Forces - Past, Present and (e-) Future, Marta Gabriel, Portugal
  2. BL update from the Australian Defence Force School of Languages (DFSL): the use of social apps, Articulate Storyline, comics making apps, H5P and AARP technology on DFSL courses, Anna Ivanova, Australia
  3. The Virtual Classroom (VVP) – The Austrian Experience, Elisabeth Müller-Lipold, Austria
  4. Efficient Learning Strategies Designed for Military Personnel Who Have Experienced One or More Traumatic Events: A Better Understanding of their Needs and Specific Characteristics, Fannie L’Abbé, Canada
  5. Web conference in language learning – opportunities and challenges, Maia Boltovsky, Estonia
  6. From MOOC to SPOC: Maritime and English through blended learning; NEPTUNE: creating a naval English learning program, Alcino Estevao Ferreira Da Costa, France
  1. STANAG 6001 CAT in Bulgaria – the Technical and Equipment Requirements – Lessons Learnt, Petko Petkov,  BILC Secretary
  1. Redefining the ‘E’ in e-learning, Benjamin Charles Pim, Italy, video
  2. Teaching the English Language through Technological Tools in the French Air Force, Safia Mebarki, France
  3. First Experiences with Mobile Devices in Language Training, Sabine Baltes-Ellermann, Dugald Sturges, Germany
  4. New technologies creating a new linguistic function, Jérôme Collin, France
  5. To Be Unplugged or Not to Be, Emilie Alice Cleret, France
  6. On the Portability of STANAG 6001 Language Certifications, Gerard Seinhorst, The Netherlands
  1. Does technology provides us with shortcuts to language learning success?, Faisal Aldaboubi, Jordan
  2. Using technology to modernize foreign language teaching, testing and maintaining language proficiency at LNAF Language School, Ginta Lauva-Treide, Latvia
  3. Audiovisual method at the lessons of foreign language in the Lithuanian military academy (on base of teaching Russian), Jelena Kazimianec, Lithuania
  4. Technology generated changes in language training at the Polish Naval Academy, Daria Łeska-Osiak, Poland
  5. Online Language Courses – An Enhancing Learning Resource, Cristina Bordianu
  6. Gaming and Technology Enhanced Learning Development at DCLC, Henry Rupert Williams, United Kingdom
  7. DLIFLC-Developed Online Language Learning/Teaching Tools, Mina Lee, United States of America
  8. Parallel language usage in higher education and the challenges of domain loss, Karolina Karlström and Annette Nolan, Sweden
  1. E-training for specific mSG1ilitary exams in the French Army, Alexandra Massolo, France
  2. Getting our servicemen closer to SLP through the net, Luis Arias Loste, Spain
  3. Enhancing DLIELC OPI Tester Training with Technology, Barbara Peterson, United States of America
  4. Organizing Change in Curriculum: Institutional Approach, Masako Boureston, United States of America
  5. ACT seat allocation process, Valerii Churkin, NATO HQ SACT
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