In this position paper Antonio Martínez-Arboleda presents his Ártemis 2016 project of audio-visual digitisation of poetry, providing links to some of the 30 poems and 30 mini-interviews of the videos of the Open Educational Resources (OER) collection “Las flechas de Ártemis” (“The Arrows of Ártemis”). Antonio discusses the educational rationale behind this initiative and suggests a framing for 21st Century poetry that accounts for the old and the new in the Age of Technological Eversion. Some principles are advanced for the development of strategies to support learners, as they encounter the videos of this collection.

In this video, Dr Matthew Treherne, Head of School of Languages, Cultures and Societies at the University of Leeds, talks about the importance of scholarly activity in language teaching.

Carolin Schneider, who manages the self-access centre at the University of Leeds, interviews Professor Marina Mozzon-McPherson, Professor of Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching at the University of Hull. The interview gives a brief introduction to language learning advice, its origins and potential for the current educational landscape and future.

In this video Antonio Martínez-Arboleda discusses his assessed video task for Year 1 students learning Spanish as part of their BA which he piloted in 2015/2016 at the University of Leeds with post A-Level students (B2.1 CEFR). This presentation focuses on some of the educational values informing the design of the task, on the integration of the task in the programme and on the support provided to students. At the end, the viewers are invited to comment on the task, particularly on the proposed assessment criteria.