Purpose of this website
This website is the online presence of the Erasmus+ project "DigLit - Lit. Up Your Phone: A Digital Toolkit for ESL/EFL Classroom to Combat Social Inequalities in Times of Covid19 Crises".
Who we are
This website was created and is maintained by the Center for Inter-American Studies and Narrative Didactics Research Group at the University of Graz as part of the Erasmus+ programme DigLit: Digital Toolkit for ESL/EFL Classroom to Combat Social Inequalities in Times of Covid19 Crises.
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