CommArt International Spin-off of the University of Hasselt

About CommArt

CommArt International nv, a spin-off of the University of Hasselt.

CommArt International N.V. is a spin-off of the University of Hasselt. The company sells both the extremely user-friendly multimedia cloud authoring software E.M.C.G. ©, and communication products developed through international research by the Center for Applied Linguistics (Centrum Toegepaste Linguïstiek (CTL) of Hasselt University.

CTL collaborates internationally with both outstanding scientific and economic partners, companies in particular. With E.M.C.G. ©, the R&D group ensures that the multimedia training packages are created to meet the latest technological standards. In addition, CTL focuses on the effectiveness of the learning process, the impact of the geographic culture on the use of language and nonverbal communication, and communication needs and problems arising in multilingual and multicultural professional contexts.

Through a continued cross-pollination between all these players, CommArt is unique in the landscape of educational publishers and can ensure an exceptional quality of online learning modules. Furthermore, this quality is warranted through a double peer review before including the didactic e-module in the product range. This process is carried out by academics affiliated with Hasselt University and/or other (European) universities.

The CommArt language learning modules are characterized by the contrastive approach: learning another (target) language/culture from your own (source) language/culture. This approach facilitates learning and provides faster results.

The e-modules are suitable for complete self-study as well as as blended learning, i.e. with some form of support.

As a publisher, CommArt is also open to questions from companies and proposals from authors to develop customized learning modules for any discipline.

 

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