Quotation Carraro, Katia, Fischer, Fiorenza, Göke, Regina, Hackl, Michaela, Trinder, Ruth, Wochele, Holger. 2010. New Technologies in FLSP - Different ways towards student-centered teaching and learning at WU Vienna. In New Technologies - Old Teaching Methods? (Proceedings of the 6th Austrian UAS Language Instructors' Conference (7-8 May 2010)., Hrsg. Fachhochschule Technikum Wien., 3-16. Vienna:


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The Department of Foreign Language Business Communication at Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Vienna) offers courses in six main languages. Administrative constraints as well as personal teaching preferences determine the extent to which new technologies are integrated into teaching and learning. We will present an overview of different approaches ranging from low- to high-tech solutions such as Powerpoint, e-learning platform, blended learning and digital teaching labs.

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Status of publication Published
Affiliation WU
Type of publication Contribution to conference proceedings
Language English
Title New Technologies in FLSP - Different ways towards student-centered teaching and learning at WU Vienna
Title of whole publication New Technologies - Old Teaching Methods? (Proceedings of the 6th Austrian UAS Language Instructors' Conference (7-8 May 2010).
Editor Fachhochschule Technikum Wien.
Page from 3
Page to 16
Location Vienna
Year 2010
ISBN 978-3-902759-02-3

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Carraro, Katia (Former researcher)
Fischer, Fiorenza (Details)
Göke, Regina (Details)
Hackl, Michaela (Former researcher)
Trinder, Ruth (Details)
Wochele, Holger (Details)
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Institute for English Business Communication (Köster) (Details)
Institute for Romance Languages IN (Details)
Raiffeisen Language Resource Center DL (Details)
Research areas (ÖSTAT Classification 'Statistik Austria')
6604 Applied linguistics (Details)
6611 Linguistics (Details)
6615 Romance studies (Details)
6624 Language instruction research (Details)
6625 Technical language studies (Details)
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