We are very pleased to invite you to register for The 18th Nordic Literacy Conference & the 21st European Conference on Literacy under the heading of Learning from the Past for the Future: Literacy for All. This is a last call for submitting a proposal. You can submit your proposal on the site of the Conference here.The deadline is November, 1 The conference is in Copenhagen, August 4th – 7th 2019
You can submit a proposal for a presentation or you can register without giving a presentation. But please do consider submitting a proposal for a presentation, so that we can share our knowhow and experiences across country borders, whether you are a teacher, a school leader, a librarian, a researcher or just in general interested in literacy.
These are the important dates
- June 15th 2018: Call for contributions
- November 1st 2018: Deadline for submission of abstracts
- December 1st 2018: Registration opens for all
- February 1st – 15th 2019: Letter of acceptance of contributions
- May 1st 2019: Latest registration of presenters
- May 1st 2019: Latest registration for early birds
- August 1st 2019: Latest registration for others than presenters
- August 4th – 7th 2019: Literacy Conference in Copenhagen
De 21st European Conference on Literacy is in Kopenhagen van 4-7 Augustus. Ik had jullie al eerder opgeroepen voorstellen voor presentaties of workshops in te dienen –November 1st: Deadline for submission of abstracts-, maar ik kreeg het bericht dat er nog geen Nederlandse voorstellen zijn. Dat kan niet. In Nederland wordt veel goed werk verricht op het gebied van geletterdheid. Dus een urgente oproep een voorstel in te dienen.
Op de website van de conferentie vind je alle informatie over de conferentie en de mogelijkheid een proposal in te dienen. Ik ben betrokken bij de organisatie. Om het gezicht van Nederland te redden zal ik in elk geval een workshop geven over digitale geletterdheid, maar 1 Nederlander? Misschien komt er een een aparte stroom voor Elinet. Sommigen van jullie hebben daar wel een mooie presentatie gehouden. Maar dat is nog niet zeker en 1 november is bijna. Dus doen!
I’m a member of the Federation of European Literacy Associations (FELA). We are very pleased to invite you to register for the 21st European Conference on Literacy & the 18th Nordic Literacy Conference Learning from the Past for the Future: Literacy for All August 4th-7th 2019 Copenhagen, Denmark
Go to the website for more detailed information, sending proposals and for registration.
You can send a proposal for a presentation or you can register without giving a presentation. But please do consider submitting a proposal for a presentation, so that we can share our knowhow and experiences across country borders, whether you are a teacher, a school leader, a librarian, a researcher or just in general interested in literacy.
June 15th : Call for contributions
November 1st : Deadline of submission of abstracts
December 1st : Registration opens for all
February 1st-15th : Letter of acceptance of contributions
May 1st : Latest registration of presenters
May 1st : Latest registration for early birds
August 1st : Latest registration for others than presenters
August 4th – 7th : Conference in Copenhagen
Ton souvenir est comme un livre bien aimé qu’on lit sans cesse et qui jamais n’est refermé
( Your memory is like a well-loved book that one reads incessantly and never closes)
On August 12, 2017 Anne Godenir, died (1964-2017).
We know her as a person who worked very hard to improve adult literacy in the French speaking part of Belgium.
Anne was a good friend, member of IDEC and FELA and the president of theABLF Association belge pour le lecture – section francophone.
On behalf of IDEC & Fela Jeroen Clemens (Netherlands) and Ariana – Stanca Văcăreţu (Romania) attended the funeral and paid respect to the family. From the ABLF Patricia Schillings and several colleagues were there.
We have lost a very dear friend. Anne, you will always be in our minds. Our thoughts are with Xavier, her partner, her children and the family and close friends.
This post is crossposted from the IDEC site, from which I am the webmaster