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Introducing Digital Modern Languages: Critical Digital Pedagogies in Modern Languages – a Tutorial Collection

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Modern Languages Open, a fully open access platform, is pleased to announce the publication of a Special Collection edited by Paul Spence (King’s College London) and Renata Brandao (King’s College London) in the new Digital Modern Languages section.

‘Critical Digital Pedagogies in Modern Languages – a Tutorial Collection’ is an edited collection of online tutorials which explores the theories and applications of digital methods and tools for teachers, learners and researchers engaging with modern languages and cultures. It provides a snapshot of emerging languages-focused critical digital pedagogies.

The collection will offer an assortment of open access educational resources which can be instantly applied and adapted in numerous Modern Languages educational settings. It will present the theoretical and practical context for a range of critical digital approaches in the field, including intermedial and transmodal interactions, online Content and Language Integrated Learning, task-based simulated environments, digital curation and annotation, geospatial representation, computational text analysis and corpus linguistics.

Browse all articles in the collection #OpenAccess here.

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