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PIM: EAP for a more Sustainable World

BALEAP PIM: How can EAP contribute to teaching and learning for a fairer, fitter future? Pathways Programmes, Oxford Brookes University Sustainable Development Goal 4.7 highlights the pivotal role of education in driving the urgent changes needed for a more just and sustainable future. PIM Flyer_FINAL Full information about the event   All EAP leaders and […]

BALEAP Conference: Caution! EAP under Deconstruction

The BALEAP 2023 Biennial Conference will be held at the University of Warwick, 19-21 April 2023. Our hope with this conference is that we encourage a critical look at every aspect of EAP. We hope that the community will feel bold and brave enough to challenge the status quo, offering ideas, opinions, research, practices, and […]

BAS Event: Constructive (re)alignment and creative (mis)alignment: Working with the BALEAP accreditation scheme criteria

This is a practice-sharing day for institutions with BALEAP-accredited courses, as well as for institutions which are considering accreditation. The event will unpack how course teams understand and enact constructive alignment, one of the three core principles of the accreditation scheme. Venue to be confirmed (in person, with online components) This event is free for […]

PIM: AI-assisted academic writing – who’s the author now?

Leafy, walkable, medieval Durham is inviting you onto campus for our PIM on Friday, June 30th, 9.30 – 4pm. We’ll be exploring how HEIs, and EAP / ESP teachers and high-stakes assessment course designers are responding to the latest advances in AI tools available to our students. Neural Machine Translation seems to be moving texts […]

PIM: Multimodality in EAP Contexts

SAVE THE DATE!   Heriot-Watt University is inviting you to an online PIM about Multimodality in EAP contexts. We will be exploring different strands: the impact of digital texts on academic and professional communication and preparing students for this, the roles of multimodal artefacts in EAP (e.g. posters, presentations and videos by students), multimodal pedagogy. […]

PIM: Back to the Classroom – New Framework, New Balance?

SAVE THE DATE! Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan invites you to a PIM examining how the landscape of EAP courses and the balance of EAP roles have altered in the wake of the global pandemic. The PIM poses the question whether adequate research and evaluation has been conducted to establish whether the response to the global emergency […]