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Knowledge and Data Engineering for e-Learning Special Issue of IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering
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We call for original papers describing novel knowledge and data engineering techniques that support e-Iearning. Expand
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An overcoat wrapped around an invisible man? Language legislation and language revitalisation in Ireland and Scotland
New legislation in Ireland and Scotland is expected to stimulate a significant increase in the provision of public services in Irish and Gaelic in coming years. This article considers theExpand
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Gaelic in the New Scotland: Politics, Rhetoric and Public Discourse
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Securing the Status of Gaelic? Implementing the Gaelic Language (Scotland) Act 2005
The Gaelic Language (Scotland) Act 200S received the unanimous support of the Scottish Parliament in April 200S and came into effect in February 2006. This legislation, which followed a long campaignExpand
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Divided Gaels: Gaelic Cultural Identities in Scotland and Ireland c.1200-c.1650
Introduction 1. Political and Cultural Background 2. Literary and Intellectual Culture in the Gaelic World 3. Scotland and Ireland: The Vision of Bardic Poetry 4. Separation and Breakdown ConclusionExpand
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Autochthonous minority languages in public-sector primary education: Bilingual policies and politics in Brittany and Scotland
Abstract This paper examines the relationship between policy and politics in relation to the development of public-sector primary education through Breton and Gaelic, considering closely the patternsExpand
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Review of Gaelic medium early education and childcare
The National Plan for Gaelic 2007-2012 contains ambitious targets for the expansion of Gaelic medium (GM) primary school education, aiming for 4000 children enrolled in P1 by 2021. GM early yearsExpand
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Dlùth is Inneach: Linguistic and Institutional Foundations for Gaelic Corpus Planning
This report presents the results of a one-year research project, commissioned by Bord na Gaidhlig BnG) and carried out by a Soillse Research team, whose goal was to answer the following question: Expand
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Language Models in Gaelic-medium Pre-school, Primary and Secondary Education
This briefing describes patterns of Gaelic and English language use in Gaelic-medium pre-school, primary school and secondary school providers in Scotland. Evidence is given on language use in theExpand
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The attainment of pupils in Gaelic-medium primary education in Scotland
The curricular attainment of pupils in Gaelic-medium primary education in Scotland is investigated using surveys of Gaelic-medium and English-medium pupils in the fifth and seventh years of primaryExpand
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