The M30 project meeting took place in the Aristotle University Research Dissemination Center in Thessaloniki, Greece on 09.03-10.03.2017.
The second annual project meeting (M24) took place in the University of Alicante, Edificio German Bernacer-Campus San Vicente del Raspeig in Alicante, Spain on 15.09-16.09.2016.
Vassillis Pallas will present the first version of the COMALAT mobile app in the Droidcon event's expo (droidcon Greece 2016 | Thessaloniki)
COMALAT was presented at the 10th anniversary of the Institute of Knowledge Based Systems and Knowledge Management at University of Siegen.
COMALAT Project: Welcome!
Welcome to the official website of the Erasmus+ project "COMALAT". On this website you can find all information about the project.
The development of language skills contributes as a fundamental part to the mobility of young European workers and trainees. The current range of language courses and educational content for developing these skills are mainly cost intensive, have a uniform procedure for all users and are usually only possible online via the Internet. COMALAT is a European project funded by the EU with around 445,000 euros over three years.
The COMALAT System wants to present itself as a flexible, web-based platform and application for mobile devices for teaching and learning language skills. The system offers German, English and Spanish learning materials for free to all EU citizens as Open Educational Resource (OER). In comparison to existing language courses and learning opportunities, COMALAT has a huge advantage with its adaptability, which allows COMALAT directly to adapt to the needs and interests of users. The strengths and weaknesses, as well as the learning objectives of each user are are taken into account and investigated with statistical analysis methods.
Involved in COMALAT project are the Institute of Practical Informatics (PI) from the University of Siegen (coordination), the Institute of Knowledge Based Systems and Knowledge Management (KBS) from the University of Siegen, the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, and the Language Centre at the University of Alicante, Spain.