Organised by the Centre for Research and Enterprise in Language (CREL), University of Greenwich (UK) and the Centre for Linguistics, Language Education and Acquisition Research (CLLEAR), University of Southampton (UK) with the collaboration of the Center for Language Science (CLS) from Pennsylvania State University (USA).
This international summer school offers an immersive learning experience on multiple facets on multilingualism facilitated by scholars internationally recognised, and the opportunity to access international networks. The course is highly interactive and takes a holistic approach, covering topics that range from the theoretical underpinnings of language analysis, development and processing, to the quantitative analysis of the data. Classes and workshops will be delivered online over the course of one week. Registered participants will receive a link to course documentation including key readings, some to prepare prior to the lectures.
Teaching language: English
Location: Online – participants will receive materials and links to courses
Early bird fee (up to 1st June): £250 Regular fee: £300
Introduction This course provides learners with knowledge of institutional racism in Britain in three key areas. First, the course will provide a historical understanding of the development of institutional racism in Britain.
Secondly, the course will demonstrate how institutional racism is identified and evidenced.
Thirdly, the programme will look at the development of organisations and movements which challenge institutional racism in Britain the 20th and 21st centuries.
To register your interest please email: FLAS-ShortCourses@gre.ac.uk Who is the course for? The course is suitable for junior postgraduate students who are working towards a PhD, postdoctoral researchers and industrial researchers who need to solve nonlinear problems.
Topics Covered This intensive three day course covers two key parts:
Threats of computer crime against an organisation’s infrastructure are continually growing. If you want to keep up to date and deepen your knowledge of the latest threats, counter-measures and evidence-capture techniques then this short course is ideal for you.
Over the duration of this course you will be introduced to the field of Computer Forensics moving quickly onto more detail around some of the theory and techniques within it as a discipline, including relevant concepts and processes. Practical sessions throughout will serve to reinforce knowledge gained during the class sessions.
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE until 1st APRIL 2020
Linux is an extremely popular Operating System that runs on a wide range of devices from supercomputers to mobile phones. There is always high industry demand for people with good Linux skills.
This Linux Essentials short course is a practical introduction to Linux. It teaches you generic skills that are not tied to one specific Linux distribution. As this course closely follows the LPI Linux Essentials syllabus, it will also provide additional support for those delegates working towards achieving the LPI Linux Essentials Professional Development Certificate.