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  UNESCO Chair of linguistics (268), established in 1992 at the Kiev State Linguistic University

Fields / Disciplines
Foreign language teaching; Communication; Computer-assisted learning.

  • To develop research on the cognitive approach of foreign languages teaching and oral communication.
  • To create computer-assisted programs of languages teaching.
  • To develop and to diffuse didactic material based on the most advanced technologies of information and communication.

Host Institution
Kiev State Linguistic University. Website

Linguistic University and Schwäbisch-Gmünd Pedagogical Institute.
Technical University of Dresden (Germany). Website
Jules Verne University of Picardie (France). Website
University of Paris Sorbonne (France). Website
Blaise Pascal University, Clermont Ferrand (France). Website
University of Basel (Switzerland). Website
University of Lancaster (U.K.). Website

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