Listiac Project Partners in Europe
Åbo Akademi University, Finland
Åbo Akademi University (ÅAU) is an internationally acknowledged research university with an extensive responsibility for preserving the Swedish educational and cultural heritage as the only Swedish-speaking multi-disciplinary university in Finland. Given the societally minority position of Swedish in officially bilingual Finland, the university’s research profile
Minority Studies is simultaneously both natural and nationally unique. It is within this strategic minority research profile that the LISTiac staff members at ÅAU has taken on the role of coordinator. The project makes a perfect match to already on-going research and activities of the Åbo Akademi University profile, and supplements well the need for notifying increased language-diversity especially in the field of education.
Project Leader: Professor Siv Björklund, contact
Ghent University, Belgium
The Centre for Diversity & Learning (CDL) is a research, development and training centre based at the Linguistics Department, Ghent University, Belgium. Its aim is to provide scientifically-based support concerning the issue of ‘handling diversity’ to the education sector – including teachers and teacher trainers. The CDL’s team has a multidisciplinary background and conducts activities in three fields: research, professional development and policy advice. The CDL is especially involved in the research part of LISTiac. Thanks to its expertise in conducting field trials regarding linguistic diversity in education, the CDL can provide a substantial contribution to LISTiac’s aims and activities
Local Project Leader: Professor Piet Van Avermaet, contact
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
Local Project Leader: Professor Emilee Moore, contact
Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier III, France
Founding Member of the research unit LHUMAIN (Langages, Humanités, Média-tions, Apprentissages, Interactions, Numérique / Languages, Humanities, Mediations, Learning and teaching, Interaction, Digital), Prof. Nathalie Auger, Full Professor in second language acquisition, has participated in different ECML projects (CONBAT+, MALEDIVE) on teaching in multilingual contexts and in several Erasmus+ projects (ROMTELS). She is currently responsible for the SIRIUS Education and migration network for France. She also works closely with Canada (SSHRC grant for migrant pupils and literature 2016-2019, BINOGI 2020).
Local Project Leader: Professor Nathalie Auger, contact
Universidad del País Vasco
In the area of education, the UPV/EHU is regionally, nationally and internationally involved in numerous research projects related to education and training, quality frameworks, professional development, multilingualism and innovative pedagogies. The university plays an important role in policy recommendations for pedagogies in school education, teacher support and teacher training.
Local Project Leader: Professor Durk Gorter, contact
Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania
University of Algarve, Portugal
With approximately 8500 students (around 14% are international students), UAlg offers 49 graduate and 89 postgraduate programmes (68 MSc and 21 PhD). The scientific groundwork of UAlg along with all international cooperation projects and research work aim at developing innovative ideas that contribute to the excellence of the University.
UAlg takes part in the Erasmus programme since 1993 and holds an Erasmus Charter. The internationalization of UAlg is well proven with the successful coordination and partnerships in numerous projects in the framework of the Erasmus+ Programme (KA1, KA2 and KA3), and the former programmes Lifelong Learning (Erasmus, Leonardo da Vinci, Grundtvig, Comenius), Erasmus Mundus (EMA1 and EMA2), Tempus, Alfa, Atlantis, Edulink. UAlg has also signed more than 250 bilateral agreements with HEIs all over the world.
Local Project Leader: Manuel Célio de Jesus da Conceição, contact
Univerza v Ljubljani, Slovenia
University of Ljubljana is the oldest and largest higher education and research institution in Slovenia. University with its rich tradition was founded in 1919. It has more than 40.000 undergraduate and postgraduate students and employs approximately 5.600 higher education teachers, researchers, assistants and administrative staff in 23 faculties and three arts academies. The University of Ljubljana is listed amongst the top 500 universities in the world according to the ARWU Shanghai, Times THES-QS and WEBOMETRICS rankings.
The Slovenian Listiac website: https://jop.splet.arnes.si/
Local Project Leader: Professor Karmen Pižorn, contact
Ministry of Education and Science, Portugal
The Ministry of Education in Portugal promotes educational measures for school inclusion and multilingualism at national level by assuring equal conditions to non-native Portuguese speakers so that they achieve educational success, regardless of their first language, culture, social background, origin and age.
Within LISTiac project the DGE aims at connecting the project team with relevant stakeholders and assisting with the dissemination at national and regional level in Portugal so as to develop multilingual policies on both the national level and in transnational cooperation.