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March 1999, Week 3


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Norman Taylor <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Sun, 14 Mar 1999 19:18:55 -0500
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We are seeking European partner institutions to join us in a project to
develop student centred discussion in the areas of Film, Culture, History.

This will be part of a Netd@ys project.  Netd@ys Europe is a European
Commission initiative to promote the effective use of online technology in
education and training.  The main objective is to raise awareness in the
educational community of the potential value of new online technology as a
teaching and learning resource. Numerous projects throughout Europe will
roll out during the November Netd@ys week (13 - 21 November). These
projects are based on partnerships between the education and training
community and enterprises.

Our specific intention here in Bristol, UK, is to address the issue of
language, by drawing in contacts beyond French or English, and involve
schools, with young adults as well as older students, in discussions which
focus on diverse European national film, and even perhaps promote the
construction of multilingual web sites which celebrate the rich variety of
European cultures.

If you are interested in becoming a partner, please contact me in English,
Norman Taylor, direct.

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Or Mike Weightman in Italian, German, Spanish, French:

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