Polyglot Conference – Europe

Four years after the first YouTube videos from polyglots appeared, we are ready to move forward with the community.

So many of you have been active in the online language community to share stories, comment on methods, language displays, exchange ideas and help other with a host of resources you have found useful.

Now it is time to take elements of things we have seen along the way, meet-ups, hints and tips from language learners, language exchanges and get the community together.

Is it just for polyglots?

No! It is for ALL language learners, who have an interest in hearing more about languages and how they can use them.

Be part of the global network of language learners, connect with the online community.  Get the support you need to succeed in your language learning.

Enrich the experience, join us at the first Internet Polyglot Conference in Europe in May 2013.

How can you get involved?

We need you to tell us when you want to happen, how you want it to happen and where you want it to happen.  You can input into the whole process and make these annual Polyglot Conferences what you want them to be.

How do I get contact you?

Get in touch on Facebook, Twitter, on this blog and also via e-mail (PolyglotConference (at) gmail dot com)!  We want to hear from you.

Are you in?

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3 thoughts on “Polyglot Conference – Europe

  1. Hi, great idea! If you ask me I’am into it. In February 2014 I will graduate and then I could do some work as it regards to organise this very conference in Germany, Munich, at Ludwig Maximilian University.

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