The second issue of Language Teaching Tomorrow was published connection with the 3rd International Week for Language Teachers organised in May 2017 in Tampere and Jyväskylä, Finland, by JAMK University of Applied Sciences and Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK).
The aim of the journal is to offer language teachers in higher education the opportunity to share best practices, publish research results and have an up-to-date view on what is happening in language education around the world.
Higher education needs to constantly change as the students’ as well as the working life’s needs are constantly changing as well. This is also evident in language learning, where the things taught today should be relevant to the students´professions for years to come. Technology, collaboration and communication all offer both challenges as well as solutions to the ever-changing world of language teaching.
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