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This section is meant to facilitate the sharing of information among partners as far as the dissemination events carried out are concerned. A description of the event, the number of people participating and the evaluation of the event are available for each dissemination event.

Partners' Institution:

Universitatea Alexandru Ioan Cuza

Name of the person involved in the event:

Ludmila Braniste, Teodora Ghiviriga

Date of the event:

18 February 2022 - 18 March 2022

Type of Dissemination event:

Transnational Meetings

Target group:


Number of people reached by event:


Held in:

Iasi (Romania)

Description of Dissemination Event:

SIMPOZIONUL INTERNAȚIONAL "Resurse digitale în transferul limbii române ca limbă străină. Predarea limbajelor de specialitate – repere teoretice și studii de caz", Iasi, Romania 18.02.2022 International Symposium "Digital resources in the transfer of Romanian as a foreign language. Language for special purposes - theoretical landmarks and case studies" This was an event initiated as a forum for lecturers involved in teaching Romaian as a foreign language to exchange ideas and their experiences in testing and validating the QUILL resourcers and many other digital resources related topics.

Outcomes and Results:

It was attended by the General Director of the Institute for the Romanian Language, Mrs Daiana Cuibus and approximately 100 Romanian lecturers from approximately 20 countries. The Quill project manager Dr. Da Silva presented the project purpose, forms and target in plenary. People showed interest in using the resources and following up the next intellectual outputs and activities. A useful connection was set with the General Director who will assist in the next stages.

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