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Reflection on how educational technologies foster communication between teachers and learners of languages and cultures. Describes a project aimed at promoting mobility 'between China and Italy of Chinese students and researchers, reflecting on its possible uses of technology to facilitate communication between teacher and student belonging to language groups and cultures.
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