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Bachelor Programs in Archival Science in Netherlands

A bachelor’s degree is a post-secondary degree awarded after completed 120 credits. It usually takes eight semesters to complete a Bachelor’s degree. While completing an undergraduate course, candidates have to study general courses and chose a major specific subject. A Bachelor’s degree can also be called a baccalaureate in certain countries.

Archival science is a branch of library science that involves the collection and preservation of documents for private or public companies. Archival Science students may learn how to use the latest technologies to store and catalog items in digital and paper collections.

Bachelor's Degree in Archival Science in Netherlands

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Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

This programme bridges the gap between what linguists know about the learnability of languages and what language teachers experience in daily life. We aim to explain why ... [+]

What is language learning and language teaching?This programme bridges the gap between what linguists know about the learnability of languages and what language teachers experience in daily life. We aim to explain why certain aspects of languages are extremely difficult to learn while others are not, and how this varies for different learner groups. We use this information to critically analyze teaching and assessment materials and to develop and investigate new teaching methods and language interventions.Focus on learner groupsIn this programme, we primarily study the process of language learning in both young children and foreign language learners. The first group not only consists of typically developing children, but also children with an atypical language development pattern, such as children with dyslexia and children with a hearing impairment or a communicative disability. The second group consists of children and adults learning a second or foreign language. We cannot use the same teaching methods and models and language tests for these two groups. What works for one group does not necessarily work for the other. In this programme, we study why this is the case and how we can help improve group-specific teaching and testing materials.Who are you?Are you thinking about joining our LL&LT programme? In that case, you’ve always been passionate about language in general and about language learning processes in particular. You have always wondered why four-year-olds speak their mother tongue fluently while they cannot even tie their own shoelaces or draw a decent picture of a car. You are... [-]

Netherlands Amsterdam
September 2020
English (US)
Full-time
3 years
Campus
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