EUIABS Language Center
Welcome to EUIABS
The mission of the EUIABS Language Center (ECL) in a Bilingual (National) and global Multilingual, as well the imposing transcultural context is to support and promote the teaching and learning of languages at EUIABS. The Center is a research and resource center for language education at EUIABS. As a research center, ELC supports projects by language scholars and instructors in the fields of language pedagogy, second language acquisition theory, and translingual and transcultural communication. As a resource center, ELC collaborates with language programs and faculty on a national and global scale to cultivate opportunities for professional development and promote the production and dissemination of materials for language education. This center seeks to trace and eradicate the disappearance of species in biodiversity through the use of native Languages is naming species across the Country (The Endangered languages Initiative). Lastly also teaches staff in ERuDeF both English and French since Cameroon is Bilingual and to train staff in diverse foreign languages such as Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, Finish etc.
Our mission is to provide the highest quality culturally based foreign language education, training and evaluation to enhance the national security of the United States; and, as an Associate of Arts Degree and certificate granting Institution, DLIFLC is wholly committed to student service member success.
Our vision is to deliver the world’s best culturally based foreign language education and training – at the point of need.
To trace and eradicate the disappearance of species in biodiversity through the use of native Languages is naming species across the Country
Endangered Language Initiative
The Global Languages Initiative
Method of Delivery:
Use of Modern Teaching Aids
Lectures, Guest Lectures, Interactive Learnings and Presentations
Case Studies, Texts, Audio-visuals
Project Works, Review Works and Field Placement
Practical Demonstrations to specific sites Motivational Sessions