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August
2020
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10:59
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Introducing the new portal SALC: Connect, Engage, Inspire

The School of Arts, Languages and Cultures at The University of Manchester welcomes its audiences to SALC: Connect, Engage, Inspire – a digital repository for its wide-ranging arts and cultural activities. Through this new portal, you can explore the latest music, lectures, podcasts, writing and learning, made available by SALC to audiences around the world.

This accessible and inclusive digital platform strengthens The University’s mission of offering audiences the opportunity to discover, engage and connect with the School’s wealth of cultural and educational experiences.

The page features virtual concerts from Martin Harris Centre Online, podcasts from the Centre for New Writing, Lockdown Lectures, the latest Institute for Cultural Practices publication, online competitions and creative webinars. It also highlights online learning pathways including Egyptology online, Pre-sessional English Online and MSc International Disaster Management and Humanitarian Response Online.

Speaking about the new platform, Head of School, Professor Alessandro Schiesaro said, “We are delighted to be able to offer our students, staff, alumni, prospective students and the wider community an accessible means of engaging with the School’s wide range of cultural and educational opportunities. The platform can be experienced anywhere in the world, at any time and the items featured highlight the wealth of engaging, creative projects that are created by the School.”

The page will be continually updated with the latest creative and cultural online assets as they become available. Explore what’s on: SALC: Connect, Engage, Inspire.

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