On May 28, 2020, a dissemination wprkshop was organized for the Translation and Interpreting MA students at Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Romania. Amid the COVID-crisis, the meeting was organized online, with all students present in their homes, in front of their computers.
Zsuzsanna Ajtony, the manager of Sapientia team, briefly introduced the Culture and Languages for All project, spoke about its purpose, target groups and the importance of cultural heritage for education. She highlighted the advantages of the language learning material now, when teaching is carried out online. She then presented the platform and the language material, especially introducing the three submodules produced by Sapientia team. She asked students to look at the adapted Hungarian and Romanian modules with translators’ eyes and evaluate it as such.
The students were offered guidance on how to access the platform and were given usernames and passwords. They were asked to complete one module and send their feedback via google forms questionnaire, which they did in the following days, evaluating the language material very positively.
Sapientia team manager