Collaborators Cultura Foundation, Boğaziçi University, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, University of Helsinki
The ENACT web app helps you to learn languages through cultural activities around the world and explain to people how to carry out your favourite cultural activity in your own language.
Develop a web app and bring culture to life by employing an innovative task-based digital learning pedagogy offering a real world, interactive learning experience.
Immigrants, refugees, asylum seekers, members of the home cultures, and HE students can use it to create educational resources, and participate in an online intercultural community.
The ENACT project is developing a web app to bring culture to life by employing an innovative task-based digital learning pedagogy offering a real-world, interactive learning experience.
It aims to foster intercultural and intergenerational social cohesion and understanding through two-way knowledge exchange; create inclusive higher education systems through a local learning ecologies approach; and model an innovative task-based digital pedagogy for learning and online (virtual) exchange between communities.
ENACT is a free web app for anyone to explore and create cultural activities in multiple languages. It will appeal to various groups of users, such as language learners and teachers, people interested in heritage languages and cultures, organisations working with migrants and communities, people interested in developing their digital skills, but also university lecturers interested in introducing interculturality and community engagement in their teaching.
Communities, Languages, and Activities App (ENACT) project is co-funded by the European Commission, Erasmus Key Action 2 Strategic Partnerships for Higher Education, project number: 2019-1-UK01-KA203-061567. The project is led by Newcastle University (UK), and the consortium partners are: Boğaziçi University (Turkey), Cultura Foundation (Finland), Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain), and University of Helsinki (Finland). In the UK, our associated partners are Action Foundation and North East Solidarity Teaching.