Language & Communication in Virtual and Mobile Work: CoMoViWo courses in Canvas

The new newsletter and leaflets are now available for download here.

The CoMoViWo Project is a multi-institutional project between the Manchester Metropolitan University, Turku University of Applied Sciences, Universitat Politècnica de València, Gdansk University of Technology and the The International Language Association.

CoMoViWo Syllabus

The CoMoViWo Project focuses on the new language and communication practices in the context of virtual and mobile work. Funding for the project is provided by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) under Erasmus+ programme.

The most important skills needed in communicating in the working life today are sharing information and being able to interact in writing and orally. In addition, being able to conduct negotiations online and interact in technology-mediated situations is essential. On top of this, a professional has to be able to choose the right communication tool depending on situation, language, and cultural background of the participants. An increasing number of people in working life are confronted with these challenges and possibilities of communicating across distances, different languages and diverse cultures in an increasingly complex world of business and trade.


Download the leaflets and newsletters in either English or Spanish here:

CoMoViWo Flyer – English

CoMoViWo Flyer – Spanish

Summer Edition Newsletter – English

Summer Edition Newsletter – Spanish


About flameresearch

Film, Languages and Media in Education (FLAME) is a pioneering research group at Manchester Metropolitan University established in 2013 and dedicated to the development of research and knowledge exchange activity in the areas of Pedagogy, Languages, Film and Media.
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