The Research forums are an invited speaker series with nationally and internationally recognized guests and local researchers. They are open to the public and often livestreamed.
The Centre organizes a biennial international conference on current research themes related to bilingualism and pluri/multilingualism. The conference is a unique opportunity for researchers, teachers, students and other participants to meet and to share their knowledge and expertise. The three-day conference usually takes place in the end of April or the beginning of May and attracts about 200 participants from around the world. It offers keynote addresses, round tables, symposiums, workshops, individual oral presentations, and poster sessions coupled with social and networking activities.
The symposiums are half or full-day events undertaken by CCERBAL’s individual members, research groups, or research chairs and engage with various themes related to the Centre’s expertise with a wide range of participants.
Research workshops provide an occasion for stakeholders to update their knowledge on new research and data analysis methods, cutting-edge teaching practices, assessment tools and techniques, and other topics relevant to the CCERBAL. Workshops are given by guest experts or by CCERBAL members and are open to the public by invitation.