Chronic Illness and Online Networking: Expectations, assumptions and everyday realities (Nelya Koteyko)
- Project overview
- Research plan
- Publications, talks and conference papers
This EU-funded project, involving twenty partners from across the EU and beyond, aims to promote and facilitate tandem learning in fourteen languages.
The English language materials have been created by William Tweddle, and the project co-ordinated by Martin Barge, both of the Queen Mary Language Centre.
The find out more, please visit the SEAGULL website.