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Speak English- MOOC- English Language MOOC to Improve Speaking Skills Project - Newsletter


Speak English- MOOC- English Language MOOC to Improve Speaking Skills Project is a Strategic Partnership Project in the field of Adult Education funded by the Erasmus+ Program of the European Union. The main objective of the project is to develop and offer a 6-week online content focused on improving speaking skills in the English language.

The Intellectual Outputs to be provided in the project are:



The project is coordinated by Bartın University and the partnership involves Universidad Politechnica de Madrid (UPM) from Spain; Best Institut Fur Berufsbezogene Weiterbildung and Personal training GMBH from Austria; Eskişehir Anadolu University from Turkey.

The kick-off meeting for the project was held on December 17, 2019, in Austria with the participation of all project partners where details on the design of the MOOC contents and the platform where the content will be hosted were discussed as well as the dissemination plan during the lifetime and after the completion of the project.


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