Observed six days after Leonardo da Vinci’s birthday and one day before International Mother EarthDay, World Creativity and Innovation Day(#WCID) is well-positioned to encourage creative multidisciplinary thinking to help us achieve the sustainable future we want. On this day we want to: encourage students to think about their own creativity and how they could develop it further; expand students’ vocabulary and ability to avoid repetition using a range of synonyms, and provide reading and speaking practice around the topic of creativity and innovation. Do your share of work!
At the Council of Europe’s initiative, The European Day of Languages has been celebrated every day since 2001 on 26th September. Throughout Europe, 800 million Europeans are represented in the Council of Europe’s 47 member states and all are encouraged to discover more languages at any age. This stems from the conviction that linguistic diversity is a tool for achieving greater intercultural understanding and a key element in the rich cultural heritage of our continent. The Council of Europe, therefore, promotes pluringualism in the whole of Europe.
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes is perhaps the greatest collection of detective stories ever written. From his residence at 221B Baker Street, Sherlock Holmes solves a series of baffling and bizarre cases, including those of a man terrified by the arrival of an envelope containing orange pips, and a woman whose fiancé disappeared on his way to their wedding. Each story showcases the great detective’s inimitable and extraordinary deductive powers, recounted to us by his faithful friend and colleague, Dr Watson.
This Macmillan Collector’s Library edition features an afterword by David Stuart Davies – a Fellow of the Royal Literary Fund and an authority on Sherlock Holmes.
Designed to appeal to the booklover, the Macmillan Collector’s Library is a series of beautiful gift editions of much loved classic titles. Macmillan Collector’s Library are books to love and treasure.
This website was initially launched as a part of the project titled ”Innovation in teaching English fostering IT skills and entrepreneurial potentials with students” in 2019. The project was realized under the action Development of Higher Education and was fully funded by The Ministry of Education RS.
The project acronym ENGLIT thus stands for the IT approach to learning English. However, the acronym having been used as a common academic code for courses in the English language AND Literature worldwide, we intentionally adopted it due to its rich ambivalence, so that we could enrich the website with literature sections, writing skills tutorials, blogs and other. As the website has now been used on a regular basis by both students and other interested parts, we are happy to see it develop and change into the creative yet useful cyber space open for interactive learning and exchange of ideas.