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Routes LIVE!

The Versatility of Languages: transferable skills and cultural competencies


On Friday 26th February 2016, 12pm, Routes into Languages invite you to join us live for our next employability webinar. This session will be live streamed and you will have the opportunity to submit your questions to our panel of experts

The Panel

  • Claire Cuminatto, Employability Director and Lecturer of French
  • Dr Alberto Hijazo-Gascon, Lecturer of Spanish
  • Madeleine Hutt, UEA Student
  • Wendy Woolery, Careers Advisor

Watching the webinar

The link to the webinar will be published here before the event.

The video conference will be streamed ‘live’ as a Google Hangout watched via our YouTube channel (better for those on mobile devices). A recording will be available after the event on our YouTube channel.

You are most welcome to join in

You will be able to send questions and comments during the event by submitting them in the YouTube chat window (if you have a Google/YouTube account) and by using the hashtag #RoutesLive on Twitter, which we will monitor.

FAQs about the Google Hangout

Q: What happens if I can’t watch the live Hangout?

A: Don’t worry! Realtime participation is not a mandatory, but it is fun and we think you’d get a lot out of it. A recording of the discussion will be available at the same address above after the live event finishes. You can still make a contribution by leaving your question or comments via Twitter in advance, and we may include some of these in the discussion.

Q: Will loading the Hangout mean I appear on camera?

A: No, you will just watch the live stream like any other video (though Google users can submit comments via the interface).

Q: Is a Google account required to view the Hangout?

A: No, you can watch the Hangout without logging in to Google. However, if you log into Google, you can place questions in the YouTube chat window. Alternatively, please use Twitter to put questions to the panel and make sure you use #routeslive in your message.