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Dr Hannah Doughty

Professional Development Officer

Scotland's National Centre for Languages (SCILT)

Publications

(Turning our) back to the future? Cross-sector perspectives on language learning
Jones Lynne, Doughty Hannelore
Scottish Languages Review, pp. 27-40, (2015)
Social capital and modern language initiatives in times of policy uncertainty
Gallagher-Brett Angela, Doughty Hannelore, McGuinness Heather
Scottish Languages Review Vol Spring/Summer, pp. 39-52, (2014)
La Grande Illusion : why Scottish further education has failed to grasp the potential of modern languages
Doughty Hannelore
Scottish Languages Review, pp. 7-14, (2011)
Modern languages in Scotland: Social capital out on a limb
Doughty Hannah
Arts and Humanities in Higher Education Vol 10, pp. 141-155, (2011)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1474022211398103
Support for language baccalaureate candidates
Doughty H.
SQA Baccalaureate Support Network Event, (2009)
Internationalisation and modern languages in Scottish Further and Higher Education
Doughty Hannah, null null
(2009)

more publications

Professional activities

1+2 Language Policy: Looking Back and Moving Forward.
Member of programme committee
9/9/2016
Scotland's Universities and the 1+2 Language Policy: Next Steps
Organiser
10/1/2015
Scotland's Universities and the 1+2 Language Policy
Organiser
30/4/2014
Inspiring Language Learning in the Age of Global English: Language Assistants and the 1+2 Language Policy
Organiser
5/1/2014
Language Partnerships across Sectors
Organiser
1/5/2013
Language Assistants: Maximising Support for Language Learning
Organiser
30/4/2013

more professional activities

Projects

1+2: Looking Back and Moving Forward. To 2020 and Beyond for Scotland’s 1+2 Language Policy
Doughty, Hannelore (Academic)
Action Plan in support of Scotland's 1+2 language policy, produced by the University Council for Modern Languages Scotland
Period 09-Sep-2016 - 30-Mar-2018

more projects

Address

Scotland's National Centre for Languages (SCILT)
Lord Hope Building

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