Invitation two FELA webinars

Invitation two FELA webinars

As a member of FELA, Federation of European Literacy Associations and the co-chairs of the Webinars Steering Group I invite you to  register for series of free webinars with leading researchers and practitioners in Autumn 2022. The amount of places is limited. Most of the webinars will be recorded registered and available on the FELA website www.literacyeurope.org after the event.

 

  • 25 October Family Literacy
  • 17 November Children’s Literature goes Digital

FELA organizes again a series of professional thematic online webinars to share the insights and experiences of the FELA community with the FELA community and beyond. Topics are: Family Literacy and Children’s Literature goes Digital
The webinars involve sharing original research, innovative practices and original insights into how e-learning and teaching have been carried out in various professional contexts, ranging across primary, secondary, tertiary, regional and national communities and in literacy associations.


The first webinar on Family Literacy will explore the approaches to reading and education that allow adults and children to learn and grow together: they develop the literacy strengths of the family and indeed of the whole community.
We will discuss case studies of good practice in Ireland, and three projects: Stories That Create Bonds (and Readers) in Switzerland, Intergenerational Reading of Young Adult Books in Slovenia and Stories make Readers in Finland.

The date will be 25 October 2022 17:30 – 19:45 CET… 
The programme is available here, you can register here.


The second webinar Children’s Literature goes Digital will explore the world(s) of contemporary children’s literature, and discuss its multimodal ways of communicating, and understanding.
We will discuss (1) a nationwide project delivering more than 60,000 language books to schools, (2) approaches to exploring and understanding children’s interactive e-books, (3) the unreliable narration in children’s literature, including new forms of literature, and apps and (4) a way to create a better reading experience on the smartphone in the form of a research-based app.

The date will be 17 November 2022, 17:00 – 19:15 CET
The programme is available here, you can register here.

 

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