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Claudia Borghetti

Junior assistant professor (fixed-term)

Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures

Academic discipline: L-LIN/02 Educational Linguistics

Collaborations

Formal collaboration with:
TICKET (Transnational Intercultural Competence through Knowledge Exchange and Training)
Country:
United Kingdom
Description:
Co-funded by the European Commission (Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships) and coordinated by the University of Edimburgh, the project aims to strengthen the intercultural competence of academic and non-academic staff in higher education. Years 2019-2022.
Formal collaboration with:
UNICORN (University-Community-Learning)
Country:
Spain
Description:
Co-funded by the European Commission (Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships) and coordinated by the University of Bologna (Alessia Marchi), the project combines the educational potential of in-service learning and international mobility to develop HE students’ intercultural competences. Years 2019-2022.
Formal collaboration with:
RICH-Ed (Resources for Interculturality in Chinese Higher Education)
Country:
China
Description:
Co-funded by the European Commission (Erasmus+ Capacity Building) and coordinated by the University of Leuven, the project aims to develop resources for Chinese HE, inspired by the IEREST activities. In particular, it intends to produce materials and services designed to promote the integration of intercultural goals within English language courses. Years 2017-2020. Sito: http://www.rich-ed.com/riched/.
Formal collaboration with:
SAREP (Study Abroad Research in European Perspective)
Country:
Ireland
Description:
Funded by COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) and coordinated by the University of Cork, the project has created a large network of European researchers working on the phenomenon of Study Abroad from a variety of disciplinary perspectives (applied linguistics, social psychology, sociology, etc.). Years 2016-2020. Website: http://sarepcost.eu/.
Formal collaboration with:
ATIAH (Approaches and Tools for Internationalisation at Home)
Country:
United Kingdom
Description:
Co-funded by the European Commission (Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships) and coordinated by the University of Newcastle, the project developed a series of resources that European universities can use to monitor and boost their strategies, policies and practices of Internationalisation at Home. Years 2016-2018. Website: https://research.ncl.ac.uk/atiah/.
Formal collaboration with:
IEREST (Intercultural Education Resources for Erasmus Students and their Teachers)
Country:
Belgium
Description:
Co-funded by the European Commission (Lifelong Learning Programme 2012) and coordinated by the University of Bologna (Ana Beaven and Claudia Borghetti), the project developed ten teaching activities of intercultural education to be taught to Erasmus students before, during, and after their experience abroad. Years 2012-2015. Website: http://www.ierest-project.eu/.
Collaboration with:
Osservare l'Interlingua
Country:
Italy
Description:
Promoted by the Reggio Emilia municipality and coordinated by Gabriele Pallotti (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia), Osservare l’Interlingua is a teacher training and action-research initiative. With the collaboration of the teachers, it plans and tests educational experimentations to develop the writing skills of pupils in primary and middle schools. Years 2006-today. Website: https://interlingua.comune.re.it/.
Formal collaboration with:
PAISÀ (Piattaforma per l’apprendimento dell’italiano su corpora annotati)
Country:
Italy
Description:
Funded by the Ministry of Education, University and Research (National Investment Fund for Basic Research) and coordinated by the University of Bologna (Sergio Scalise), the project produced a large annotated corpus of Italian texts taken from the Internet (about 250 million tokens). The texts are freely available (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 license). Years 2009-2013. Website: http://www.corpusitaliano.it/.

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