High Road to Culture in Flanders and the Netherlands


High Road to Culture in Flanders and the Netherlands

Virtual Dutch
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Virtual Dutch

(Theo Hermans) The Low Countries - 2007, № 15, pp. 261-263

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Dutch studies in Britain are not dead or dying. But numbers, and consequently resources, are limited and, if anything, dwindling. Virtual Dutch was devised as at least a partial response to this problem. It is an alliance between the main university centres where Dutch is taught in Britain. It comprises the universities of Sheffield and Cambridge as well as UCL and exploits information technology to enhance the teaching and learning provision in Dutch studies across these three institutions. The rest of the world benefits as well, which is why Virtual Dutch is of more than local significance.

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