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Past Projects

Past Projects

GRASS - Grammar reflection at school: syntactic subject

Project leader: Silvia Dal Negro
Project duration: 01.11.2013 - 30.04.2016

Förderung des Zugangs zum Erwerbsleben und der sozialen Eingliederung für Berufsschüler/innen mit Migrationshintergrund – Entwicklung von Modellen und Methoden zum Spracherwerb und Sprachbegleitung (Deutsch als Zweitsprache)

Ildikò Erika Stephanie Risse
Project duration: 01.02.2014 – 30.06.2015

Welche Bedeutung hat bilingualer Grundschulunterricht für den Aufmerksamkeitsprozess von Kindern?

Gerda Videsott, Siegfried Baur
Project duration: 20.05.2012-20.05.2015

CItaBol - Corpus di Italiano a Bolzano

Project leader: Alessandro Vietti
Project duration: 01.01.2014 - 31.12.2014

Von Fremden zum Eigenen: Verarbeitung von Inputtexten bei Studienanfängern am Beispiel von Zusammenfassungen

Annemarie Saxalber
Project duration: 01.01.2014-31.12.2014

Sprachaufmerksamkeit und Sprachenförderung an der Grundschule J.W.v. Goethe

Project team: Rita Franceschini, Annemarie Saxalber
Project duration: 01.09.2013 - 31.08.2014

Road Map Sprachen im Rahmen der Südtiroler Sprachforschung

Ildikò Erika Stephanie Risse
Project duration: 01.03.2013 – 30.06.2014

Exploring interaction in exolingual music workshops: a case study

Project leader: Daniela Veronesi
Project duration: 01.07.2011-30.06.2014

Kontatto - Italiano-tedesco: aree storiche di contatto tra Sudtirolo e Trentino

Project leader: Silvia Dal Negro
Project team: Rita Franceschini, Alessandro Vietti, Chiara Meluzzi, Ilaria Fiorentini, Mara Maya Leonardi, Katrin Tartarotti
Project duration: 01.06.2011 - 31.05.2014

FONAA

Un corpus plurilingue e multicanale per la ricerca fonologica sulle lingue in Alto Adige
Project leader: Alessandro Vietti
Project team: Lorenzo Spreafico, Katrin Tartarotti, Barbara Vogt
Project duration: 01.07.2011 - 31.12.2012

Is there any cognitive and cerebral advantage for being bilingual?
A functional neuroimaging follow-up study in South Tyrol

Project team: Rita Franceschini, Jubin Abutalebi, Gerda Videsott
Project duration: 2009 - 30.06.2012

Diagramm. Die Grammatik der deutschen Dialekte in Südtirol. La grammatica dei dialetti tedeschi in Alto Adige

Project leader: Silvia Dal Negro
Project team: Simone Ciccolone, Maria Prast
Project duration: 01.06.2010 - 31.05.2012

Das Ladinische in den Dolomitentälern: Digitales Textkorpus als Grundlage für Spracharchivierung und Sprachanalyse 

Paul Videsott
Project duration: 01.01.2008-31.12.2011

Sieg und Frieden – Sprachliches Handeln in einer mehrsprachigen Region 

Ildikò Erika Stephanie Risse
Project duration: 01.07.2006 – 31.03.2010

EU-Projects

DYLAN - Language dynamics and management of diversity

The DYLAN project addresses the core issue whether and, if so, how a European knowledge-based society designed to ensure economic competitiveness and social cohesion can be created despite the fact that, following enlargement, the European Union is linguistically more diverse than ever before. The overarching objective is to demonstrate that, with regard to the creation of a knowledge based society, the linguistic diversity prevalent in Europe is potentially an asset rather than an obstacle. To this end, the project will address the historical, political and cultural developments that have shaped the current linguistic situation in Europe, before assessing communicative situations involving speakers of different languages in a variety of relevant contexts.

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LINEE - Languages In a Network of European Excellence

The general aim of LINEE is to investigate linguistic diversity in Europe in a coherent and interdisciplinary way, by developing an innovative, visible and durable scientific Network that can overcome fragmentation and serve as a world-wide quality and knowledge-based reference framework. In particular, LINEE aims to integrate and embed the research and structural capabilities of the partners, exchanging and consolidating good scientific and managerial practices by staff relocation/rotation, training and other activities.

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