[Fwd: South Asian Linguistics-request]

Oranskaia tatiana.oranskaia at UNI-HAMBURG.DE
Fri Jul 16 08:46:56 UTC 2004


VYAKARAN: South Asian Languages and Linguistics Net
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          John Peterson, University of Osnabrueck, Germany
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Dear John,

It's a pity, that we neither talked nor drank anything together in Lund. We
should make up for it.
I am sorry, that I have to ask it, but could you remind me, when you are going
to teach in Hamburg: in SS 2005 or in WS 2005-6?

Johar

Tatiana

John Peterson schrieb:

> VYAKARAN: South Asian Languages and Linguistics Net
> Editors:  Tej K. Bhatia, Syracuse University, New York
>           John Peterson, University of Osnabrueck, Germany
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> Dear list members,
>
> I received this mail today looking for Information and Communication
> Technologies (ICT's) to support language teaching, among other things. If
> anyone happens to know of such work, Ms. Da Fonseca would be very
> interested. Please reply directly to her (and perhaps to me as well, as
> I'd be very interested!).
>
> All the best,
> John
>
> ---------------------- Ursprüngliche Nachricht ----------------------
> Betreff: South Asian Linguistics-request
> Von:     "Da Fonseca, Nathalie" <n.dafonseca at unesco.org>
> Datum:   Don, 15.07.2004, 15:18
> An:      "'jpeterso at uni-osnabrueck.de'" <jpeterso at uni-osnabrueck.de>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Dear Mr Peterson,
> As I have found very interesting information in your website "South Asian
> Linguistics" I included it in the links in the website* of a project from
> the UNESCO's Communication and Information Sector called Initiative B at bel
> which aims at giving acces to information by using Information and
> Communication Technologies (ICTs) to support linguistic and cultural
> diversity, and protect languages in danger of disappearance.
> Within the framework of this project Initiative B at bel, and as part of my
> studies related to languages-cultures ( language policy,
> teaching, creating tools, developing training), I am currently working on
> a study to identify and evaluate ICT-based language learning programmes,
> particularly those seeking to support literacy and acquisition of local
> languages. In Guatemala, for example, there is a USAID-funded project
> called Enlace Quiche which supports education in the Quechua language. The
> material has been developed with local communities and is distributed on
> CD-ROM.  Could you let me know if such initiatives are ongoing in Germany
> or elsewhere or if you know people/tools related to such projects.
> Thank you for your attention.
> With warmest regards,
> Nathalie Da Fonseca.
>
> *It is under construction at the moment but you can have a brief
> presentation of it from this page of UNESCO Education Sector
> http://portal.unesco.org/education/en/ev.php-URL_ID=19749&URL_DO=DO_TOPIC&UR
> L_SECTION=201.html
> -----------------------------------------------------
> Nathalie Da Fonseca
> Information Society Division
> Communication and Information Sector
> UNESCO
> 1 rue Miollis, 75015 Paris, France
> 01 45 68 43 93
> -----------------------------------------------------
>
> --
> John Peterson
> FB 7, Sprachwissenschaft
> Universität Osnabrück
> D-49069 Osnabrück
> Germany
> Telephone: (+49) (0)541-969 4252
> Telefax: (+49) (0)541-969 4256
> Homepage: http://www.SouthAsiaBibliography.de/
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