Sustainability and Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL).

July 10-13, 2013, Glasgow, Scotland.


Gallary of Modern ArtGlasgow is Scotland's largest city and has gained a reputation as one of the liveliest destinations in Europe. The city has been transformed from its roots in industry into a multi-cultural and cosmopolitan centre. Glasgow boasts impressive Victorian architecture, a vast array of shops rivalled only by London within the UK, a diverse collection of artwork in galleries and museums and a vibrant nightlife.




Scotland offers a feast of historical and cultural delights. Visitors have endless opportunities to explore some of the world’s most breathtaking scenery, from the mountains and glens of the Highlands to the lowlands of the Borders. Scotland has a rich heritage of ancient castles and monuments that reflect its sometimes turbulent past.




The Congress will be held at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC).  Take a virtual tour of the venue here.

Tourist Information
Further information about the city can be found on the SeeGlasgow web site.


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Arrival by Air
Three major airports serve Glasgow: Glasgow International Airport, located just eight miles (13 kilometres) west of Glasgow city centre; Edinburgh Airport (less than one hour away by train or coach); and Glasgow Prestwick International Airport, located 30 miles (48 kilometers south of Glasgow - linked by train) .

These airports offer direct flights from many European cities, including the key European hubs of Amsterdam, Brussels, Copenhagen, Frankfurt and Paris. Major airlines servicing the Glasgow area include Aer Lingus, Air Malta, British Airways, British Midlands, Flybe, Lufthansa, Emirates, Continental Airlines, EasyJet, KLM, Icelandair and Ryanair.

Arrival by Rail
Glasgow Central Station is a key hub in the national rail network.

Coach Travel
National Express provides low-cost transport around the UK. Long-distance day or night coaches also offer services to Glasgow from central London and other major UK cities. For further information visit:

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