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Our Past Events

Take a moment to browse through our past events, which have offered valuable learning and networking opportunities for educators and professionals. Our previous gatherings have provided rich forums for knowledge exchange, skill development, demonstrating our commitment to continual growth in the field of international education. The experiences and knowledge gained continue to resonate, informing current and future initiatives.


AI Playground

ChatGPT4 plugins

November 22, 2023

Internationalization of the Curriculum 2024

Online Study Day for higher education professionals

November 12, 2023

Revolutionizing ELT with AI

Leveraging ChatGPT for Syllabus Design, Materials Creation, Autonomous Learning, and Assessment

July 30, 2023

AI-Assisted EFL teaching - Assessment

Using AI in language assessment

February 21, 2023

AI-Assisted Language Instruction: Transforming the Way We Teach and Learn

How to use AI in language teaching

January 30, 2023

Pedagogical applications of the CEFR

Cambridge Higher Education Consortium

January 20, 2022

AI Playground

Creating your own chatbots with

November 15, 2023

AI Playground

Practicing with AI tools together

November 8, 2023

AI-Assisted EFL teaching - Lesson Planning

Using AI to make lesson plans aligned with the CEFR

February 28, 2023

AI-Assisted EFL teaching - Curriculum Design

Using AI to align your syllabus with CEFR

February 14, 2023

All of your work in one place - management platforms for productivity and successful teamwork.

How to organize and manage all your work in one platform

November 22, 2022

What is the CEFR and what does it mean for language education and assessment?

Presenter: Graham Seed - European Research Manager, Cambridge Assessment English

November 17, 2021

What Our Participants Say

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Miriam Regenboog, EPIC teacher

"I enjoyed the webinar tremedously mainly because it did not focus on theorethical issues but on doable AI practices. I learned a lot. Hope I can implement it successfully. I would like to have more."
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