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The International Conference on Language, Literature and Culture in Education 2014

The International Conference on Language, Literature and Culture in Education (LLCE 2014) will be held during May 7-9, 2014, in the historic city of Nitra, Slovakia – a European city of extraordinary historic and cultural importance. These days, being a site of two universities and several research institutes, it is also the centre of modern research and education.

LLCE2014 connects and enriches the tradition of the conference series Foreign Languages and Cultures at School (2002-2013) and is expected to create an ideal platform for academics, researchers, scientists, scholars, teacher trainers and teachers to discuss, exchange and share their research results, projects, experiences, and new ideas about all aspects of studies in language, literature, culture and related areas in a truly international atmosphere.

The plenary speakers of the conference are Judit Kormos (Lancaster University, the United Kingdom) with the speech “Empowering the dyslexic language learner” and William New (Beloit College, United States) with the speech “Misrepresenting minority culture and language”.

The official language of the conference is English and French (in a special session).

All the accepted abstracts and papers will be published in two ISBN publications. They both will be included in Google Scholar and sent to be reviewed for their inclusion in the ISI Conference Proceedings Citation Index.

Event website: http://www.jolace.com/llce-2014/

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One thought on “The International Conference on Language, Literature and Culture in Education 2014

  1. How does one have their conference proceedings included in Google Scholar and ISI Conference Proceedings Citation Index? That might be useful. Does anyone have any idea?

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