Bulgarian Regional Chapter – Virtual Conference Session

Dear colleagues,


On 11-12 June 2020 the Editors and Editing in Times of Crisis Bulgarian Chapter’s session will take place via Zoom. The session will begin by asking the speakers about their experiences during the pandemic period and discovering the opinions of the various stakeholders. This will be followed by a discussion about the possible aspects of their experience regarding ethics, public use, medical health, science, and journal development.

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20 Ways Handwriting Is Good for You and Your Studying

With the abundance of modern technology and gadgets, some people believe that handwriting may soon become an obsolete craft.

Instead of writing information down, we have gotten in the habit of typing it or using voice input (which can then be transformed into text, thanks to neural networks and artificial intelligence). In our busy world, typing and recording are very convenient, ensuring that the notes you’ve taken will always be with you, stored on your device or in the cloud.

But many people have forgotten the benefits of handwriting. For example, moving your hand across the page acts as both motor and cognitive exercise, improving your performance in numerous ways that you might not even realize.

We’ve created a list of reasons why handwriting is good for you, and why it’s too soon to forget about it completely.

Check out the infographic below for in-depth details about the benefits of handwriting. Who knows, maybe you’ll want to write a note or two by hand afterwards.

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The Institute is open to researchers, postgraduate and master students, language teachers from Russia and abroad. The Institute will provide an immersive experience for researchers who seek to develop their skills in competent research writing.


–        Journal analysis: analyzing journals for elimination and submission;

–        Writing Strategies;

–        Preparing the Manuscript (IMRAD format);

–        Writing a CV, research proposal and cover letter;

–        Common mistakes in scientific writing and how to avoid them.

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NATE Russia 2018

The Сonvention is devoted to new educational developments and current trends in ESL/EFL teaching and learning in dynamically changing environments.

English language teaching professionals and scholars from around the world are invited to share ideas and best practices, explore the research, new developments and current trends in teaching EFL/ESL, and to enjoy networking and socializing.

The participants will receive certificates of participation.

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XXIII NATE – Russia International Convention and English

Language Expo, 30 May – 03 June’17 Moscow, Russia

May 2, 2017

Russian State Social University is honored to host the XXIII NATE – Russia International Convention and English Language Expo. National Association of Teachers of English (NATE) is the national professional bodyrepresenting teachers of English throughout Russia.

RSSU is located just steps from The Exhibition of Achievements of the National Economy (VDNHh). In minutes you can walk to Botanicheskiy Sad subway station, as well as Moscow Monorail. The University is next door to the Hotel Tourist and a nice coffee place. You can also enjoy a stroll in one of the oldest Botanical Gardens or you can go to a smaller Ostankino Park.

Download the programme: Programme NATE-2017

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