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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:

Dr Ludmila Braniste

Date of the event:

02 December 2022 - 04 December 2022

Type of Dissemination event:

Conference or Fair

Target group:

Public Bodies

Number of people reached by event:


Held in:

Chisinau (Moldova, Republic of)

Description of Dissemination Event:

The international event brought together experts (linguistics, didactics) and teaching staff from 7 countries with interesting panels on the didactics of Romanian as a foreign language at all levels, tertiary included, of teaching Romanian as a foreign language in Romania and abroad, and workshops (e.g. The new didactic dynamics in the transfer of the Romanian language as a foreign language). Among contributions including several presentations of new textbooks for teaching the Romanian Language at tertiary level, the presentation about QuiLL and the resources it offers was well received and aroused interest.

Outcomes and Results:

The information about the project and platform was disseminated among practitioners of teaching Romanian as a foreign language in various areas (in Romania and abroad) at various levels, with the possibility that the resources and materials created during the project may be integrated in the participants' teaching activities and also connections were established with institutions (academic and others) which can make the project more visible.

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