Interview with Roula Kitsiou – Talking about acronyms

September 8, 2016 12:17 pm

Roula KitsiouAs you may know, every now and then TermCoord publishes an interview with a well-known language professional. This time, the interviewee is Roula Kitsiou. Roula Kitsiou studied Greek Philology in Athens and acquired a postgraduate degree in Modern Learning Environments and Design of Educational Material (University of Thessaly). She has recently completed her PhD in Sociolinguistics at the University of Thessaly. Between the years 2011-2015, she worked as the main research and administrative assistant at the Greek Language and Multilingualism Laboratory of the University of Thessaly, where she was involved in educational and research programmes mainly concerning language teaching to target groups with an immigrant background. Currently, she works at the Educational Content Methodology and Technology Laboratory of the Hellenic Open University, developing digital educational material for the HOU’s new postgraduate programme “Language Education for Refugees and Migrants”.


You can read our interview with Roula Kitsiou in English here.

And remember that you can always find all the interviews we have published so far at this link.



Written by Anna Manolaki

Study visitor at TermCoord

Student in Multilingual and Multicultural Communication

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