The Basque Association

of Language Industries


@mondragonlingua Linguagaztea, innovation for english learning

Feb 17, 2014

MondragonLingua and Gaztea have signed an agreement to launch a new English learning system

@mondragonLingua TV is born

Apr 29, 2013

MondragonLingua is launching a new channel for learning languages while watching videos

Mondragon Lingua expands into the US with the opening of a new subsidiary in Washington, D.C., Mondragon Lingua USA, Inc.

Sep 17, 2012

HAMISI AMANI-DOVE, an American professional with extensive experience in the marketing of corporate communication projects, will be at the helm of this new subsidiary.

EHU/UPV-IXA Group: Master in Analysis and Procesing of Language

Apr 13, 2012

The main goal of the programme is to introduce the students to language analysis, and computerised natural language processing techniques and applications.

Mobile Learning as the future of education

Sep 16, 2011

The Elhuyar Foundation, with the help of The Chamber of Commerce of Gipuzkoa and Langune - The Basque Association of Language Industries, has organised a workshop entitled Mobile Learning: as the future of education. Mobile Learning is a concept that has been making a great impact in recent years. This workshop will be examining the steps forward being made and the new opportunities presenting themselves in this field that is based on mobile phones. So we will be joined by experts from Europe and the Basque Country. In addition to working on the pedagogical perspective and technology, information will be provided on a number of successful projects being run abroad and in the Basque Country.

Commission wants more universities to offer courses for translators

Nov 15, 2010

The European Commission has launched a new drive to encourage more European universities to offer high-quality courses for students who want to work as translators. As part of this, the Commission is expanding its ‘European Master's in Translation’ (EMT) university network, which was set up last year in response to a growing shortage of properly qualified translators in the job market.