We are pleased to announce that in May 2022 the special issue of the Interculture Journal was officially published under the editorship of Team ReDICo!
On 31 May 2022 Fergal Lenehan and Luisa Conti were present with an information stand as part of Diversity Day at the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena.
We very specifically wanted to know: What ideas do you have that could make the FSU Jena more inclusive?
We heartily invite you to the BMBF-funded conference “Lifewide Learning – Transformations and New Connections in Postdigital Societies” from 29 June to 01 July 2022.
Registration is possible until the day of the event via: firstname.lastname@example.org
ReDICo member Fergal Lenehan recently appeared on The Comfortable Spot podcast run by Irish podcaster Ken Sweeney. Among other topics, the podcast dealt with the ReDICo project from minute 31-38.
We are running a Call for Papers for our conference from 29 June to 1 July 2022 “Lifewide Learning: Transformations and New Connections in Postdigital Societies”.
If you are interested in presenting a paper, please send an abstract of 250 words to email@example.com.
We are happy to announce that Dr. Luisa Conti has published our first article out of the ReDICo project, which was created as part of our sub project on “Intercultural Competence and Communicative Practises within International Cooperation in Virtual Contexts”.
The ReDICo team wishes everyone a Happy New Year! Hopefully it will be a year of interesting insights, beneficial contacts and, above all, good health!
The year 2022 also has exciting events in store for our project team. We would like to take the opportunity to give a small preview of some of these highlights:
Our Twitter advent calendar: Every day we open a door on our Twitter account @DigInterculture.
We can now look back on two stimulating and multifaceted conferences which we organised as part of the ReDICo team.