Call for paid SALC workshops

This is a call for paid SALC workshops. Teachers and learning advisors interested in offering a  SALC workshop this semester should be submitted via this online proposal form by October 14th (or September 30th if you would like to offer a workshop in October).

We are looking for proposals such as the following:

  • Workshops related to academic skills for self-study (shadowing, dictation, speed-reading, presentation skills, time management..)
  • Workshops related to useful materials for self-study (apps, websites, newspapers, TED, Graded Readers, CNN/BBC, movies, music..)
  • Workshops related to studying abroad (culture, home stay, life in other countries..)
  • Workshops related to business/ internships for beginners (business English, business etiquette, business e-mail..)
  • Workshops related to pronunciation
  • IELTS, TOEFL and TOEIC preparation
  • Workshops related to cultures (Halloween, Christmas…)
You can check details of past workshops here.

International forum on self-access

Many thanks to our guest speakers and everyone who attended the international forum on self-access learning on Thursday 13th September. The event was the first event of the semester organised by the Research Institute for Learner Autonomy Education (RILAE).

Guests: Giovanna Tassinari (Freie Universität Berlin, Germany), Christian Ludwig (University of Education, Karlsruhe, Germany), and Katherine Thornton (English Cafe–E-CO–at Otemon University, Osaka / Japan Association for Self-Access learning)