Higher Education Projects
- TEMPUS project "Capacity Building for Independent Learning in Higher Education in Uzbekistan"
- TEMPUS project "Developing Alliance Between Universities and Business in Uzbekistan" (DABUBU)
- The Central Asian Research Development and Innovation Centres’ Network”
WIUT Multimedia studio specialists in partnership with interested organizations and students have carried out the following multimedia projects:
No. Name of the Project In partnership with:
1 «Iqbol Mirzo» –
2 «Virtual Guide of Amir Temur Museum» Amir Temur Museum
3 «ALIFBO» Ministry of Public Education
4 «Virtual Red book of Uzbekistan» SRI of Zoology
5 «Virtual meeting with Muhammad Yusuf» State Teleradiocompany
6 «Tashkent Islamic University» (Presentation Disc) Tashkent Islamic University
7 «Alisher Navoiy» Alisher Navoiy Museum
8 «Uzbek cuisine», Bases and secrets of Uzbek cuisine UNESCO
9 «Tourist potential of the Republic of Uzbekistan» NC «Uzbektourism»
10 «Khorezm Mamun Academy» UNESCO
11 «Qarshi» UNESCO
12 Masterpieces of oral intangible cultural heritage of Uzbekistan UNESCO
13 «Savitskiy museum» British Council
14 A series of social clips –
A Language Policy Project at WIUT
WIUT is a multilingual environment in which Uzbek, English and Russian as well as the first spoken languages of some of the students all have a role to play on campus, inside and outside the classroom. In such a rich language ecology there can be misunderstandings not only about what language is expected / appropriate in what context but also relating to the various identities projected by the language choices made by students, academic and non-academic staff. Despite the variety of languages used, the university does not have an explicit language policy. In order to develop such a policy, some prior research needs to be carried out.
The objective of the Language Policy Project is to: carry out fieldwork in order to explore the ‘lived reality’ of language at WIUT; develop a credible and workable statement on language (a language policy); explore the issue of language planning in this unusual language environment as an object of research in itself. The research will be based on questionnaires and interviews with academic and non-academic staff and with students. On the basis of the gathered data and a thorough analysis of it, a language policy for WIUT will be proposed to the executive board in the academic year 2017-2018.
The adoption of an explicit language policy for WIUT will be led by Professor Andrew Linn (UoW, project director) and two research assistants, Anastasiya Bezborodova and Saida Radjabzade (WIUT, Global English department).