Ulster University

School of Irish Language & Literature invests in modern technology for Language Learning in Belfast & Londonderry

About Ulster University

At Ulster University in Belfast, The School of Irish Language and Literature is based in the historic city of Derry, Londonderry. The school is widely recognised as a centre of excellence for the teaching of Modern Irish and are at the forefront of research in their subject area, including Modern Irish language  literature, translation & interpreting studies, sociolinguistics and dialectology and Irish culture & heritage. 

Project Details

In 2016, The School of Irish Language & Literature at Ulster University, decided it was time to modernise delivery of some of its language classes. A number of solutions were evaluated by the school before choosing AVIDAnet LIVE from Televic as the preferred language lab platform to meet this need.

Fully equipped digital language labs are now installed at the University’s Magee Campus in Londonderry and at the Central Campus in Belfast, where Televic’s flexible software solution runs on Apple iMacs, offering a rich experience within a multi-use computer laboratory.