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NERALLT 2017 ANNUAL CONFERENCE

October 19th and 20th 2017

Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut

Hosted by the Fries Center for Global Studies at Wesleyan University

 

Theme:

LESSONS LEARNED IN LANGUAGE TEACHING,

RESEARCHING, AND ASSESSING WITH TECHNOLOGY

 

Call for Proposals:

Technology has developed rapidly over the last decade and instructors have a great array of tools at their disposal for enhancing language teaching. What have we learned from teaching languages, researching and assessing language learning with technologies? What has worked well, what has not worked well? Where will technology take language teaching, research, and assessment in the future? What can technology afford us based on lessons learned? This conference will look back and ahead and encourage participants to reflect on their own use of technology for language teaching, research and assessment.

NERALLT 2017 invites conference proposals that discuss lessons learned and future outlooks of teaching, researching, and assessing with technology in the following formats:

 

  •     30 Minute Individual/Group Presentation
  •     Roundtable Discussion or Panel (30 minutes, maximum 3 presenters +15 min Q & A)
  •     (Electronic) Poster Session
  •     Workshop (1-2 hours, hands-on)
  •     Lightning Round Session (5 minute presentation followed by facilitated group discussion)

 

Guidelines for Proposals:

Please submit a 300-word abstract and a 50-word summary for the program at

https://goo.gl/forms/GeBNNi5wKtuh0JOf1

 

Presentation titles should not exceed 10 words. Only one abstract submission per person, but a presenter may appear as a co-author (but not the first author) on other submitted abstracts. An author may also submit another proposal in an additional category (e.g., a poster or a workshop). All proposals for consideration must be submitted online and will not be accepted after the deadline. For more information visit the NERALLT website: http://www.nerallt.org/

 

Abstracts are due by July 31st