E@I (Education@Internet) is an international youth organisation founded in 2005 and based in Slovakia. It promotes international collaboration and communication throughout the world by hosting educational projects supporting intercultural learning and the use of languages and internet technologies. The organization accomplishes its objectives though website development, publishing CDs, DVDs, and books, production of PR materials, and organisation of seminars. E@I's most successful project of E@I is "lernu!". The website www.lernu.net, founded in 2002, provides resources for learning Esperanto. The site is available in 33 languages and has more than 100.000 registered users. It allows its users to learn Esperanto using interactive tools in an engaging and user-friendly structure.
Studio GAUS is web design studio, whose office is located in Germany. It specialises in graphic design, site development and interface design. The company actively collaborates with experienced designers and programmers from all around the world, allowing it to select the appropriate professionals to work on each project. The studio has extensive experience in the design and creation of high-traffic multilingual sites, as well as experience in cooperation with various organisations and firms at the international level.
Warsaw Academy of Computer Science, Management and Administration is a rapidly growing private university with 1700 students under the guidance of 80 academic staff. The university offers BA and MA courses in Computer Science, Administration, Telecommunications, and Management. Instruction takes place in classrooms adapted with modern multimedia educational technologies. Particular attention is paid to the instruction of foreign languages. All curricula implemented by Warsaw Academy are in accordance with EU learning policies and requirements. In addition to the other courses, the university offers programmes of study in EU administration and business management in the EU. The university's long-term goals are to strengthen collaboration with other European educational institutions and participate in multilateral projects on business, online foreign language instruction, e-learning, and scientific research.
JULS is a major linguistic institution in the Slovak Republic. The institute has a long tradition of compiling dictionaries for academics and for the general public, producing linguistic atlases and specialised publications on different aspects of linguistic research. The institute's recent work in Natural Language Processing (NLP) has resulted in the Slovak National Corpus project, a representative corpus of texts written in contemporary Slovak. The corpus contains about 700 million words. An morphological analysis tool for the Slovak language contains the full conjugations and declensions of about 60 000 words with detailed morphological information. It also has a framework for modern, next generation electronic dictionaries. The institute has also developed a number of traditional Slovak monolingual dictionaries, grammar guides and other resources that are available in electronic form.
Vilnius University, founded in 1579, is one of the oldest scientific and educational institutions in Europe. The University combines the preservation of cultural continuity with openness to the modern ideas and innovations. The university is internationally recognized for its support of research in many fields. It offers all forms and degrees of studies. The objectives and activities of the Faculty of Philology are to teach philology at a university level, with an emphasis on a mastery of Lithuanian and foreign languages. The university promotes innovative teaching methods for languages and philological research.
The Slovak Centre London is a registered non-profit, politically independent organisation that was established in May 2004. Slovakia's membership in the EU gives its residents the right to free movement and equal work opportunities. The Slovak Centre London is responsible for representing Slovakia and increasing its prominence as an independent state in its own right. With these goals in mind, the Slovak Centre London‘s objectives are:
- to unite the Slovak community around the world;
- to work as a multifunctional organisation;
- to represent Slovak interests in all fields (employment, education, tourism, culture, entrepreneurship, etc.);
- to reinforce the general public’s positive opinion about Slovakia and its culture;
- to develop cooperation with other communities and organisations.
Activities: European Languages Fair in London, Eastern European community research, London Mayor’s Thames Festival, SK Magazine, etc.