The real and ideal goal is to know how to be.
Since 1968, when the University Institute for Modern Languages (IULM) was founded by Senior Professor Carlo Bo and Professor Silvio Baridon, the inspiring idea of the project has been to meet the labour market’s future needs by analysing the present and studying ongoing trends.
Initially, this meant focusing on the study of languages – the sine qua non for becoming a part of an increasingly European framework. Things have changed over the years and it has become crucial to learn how to use specific communication tools. To meet this need, the university’s training opportunities and its facilities have been renewed and upgraded. It was a courageous development, in line with the principles that led IULM to change its identity and update all its syllabuses, closing the courses that had made the institute’s history, introducing new syllabuses and modifying the university’s charter and name.
Introduced in 1998, the denomination IULM University of Languages and Communication bears out the institution’s two-fold vocation of teaching languages as well as communication. This is the core principle of the institute’s range of training opportunities.
Validation of a narrative as an emotional-induction technique through different non-invasive psychophysiological monitoring devices: preliminary results.(POSTER PRESENTATIONS)(Report)
Jun 22, 2011; Introduction and Methods The goal of the present study was to examine the capability of an emotional narrative to induce a...
Investigations of executive functions using virtual multiple errands test and psychophysiological measures.(POSTER PRESENTATIONS)(Report)
Jun 22, 2011; Introduction and Methods In this work we investigate both electroencephalographic and cardio-respiratory activity during the use...