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 Fall 2019 Weekend Conference

 

LANGUAGE, TECHNOLOGY, AND LANGUAGE CENTERS AS TOOLS OF EMPOWERMENT: STRENGTHENING OUR CAMPUSES FOR A GLOBAL WORLD

Friday, October 18 - Saturday, October 19, 2019

Yale University, New Haven, CT

Hosted by the Center for Language Study

NERALLT invites conference proposals that discuss projects, ideas, and initiatives to empower students to be global through language and learning technologies in the following formats:
 
• 30 Minute Individual/Group Presentation
• Roundtable Discussion or Panel (30 minutes, maximum of 3 presenters +15 min Q & A)
• (Electronic) Poster Session
• Workshop (1-2 hours, hands-on)
• Lightning Round Session (10- minute presentation followed by facilitated group discussion)
 
Extended proposal deadline: June 10, 2019. For more information or questions, please contact Roberto Rey Agudo (roberto.rey.agudo@dartmouth.edu) or Luluah Mustafa (luluah77@bu.edu)
 
Guidelines for Proposals:
Please submit a 300-word abstract and a 50-word summary for the program at   https://bit.ly/2Uchmtx
 
Presentation titles should not exceed ten 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.
 
 
 

 


Keynote Speaker for NERALLT 2019

We are happy to present a keynote presentation from Nelleke Van Deusen-Scholl, Ph.D., who serves as Associate Dean of Yale College, Director of the Center for Language Study, and Adjunct Professor of Linguistics at Yale University.

Title: Language education and globalization: The evolving role of language centers 

Dr. Van Deusen-Scholl will outline some strategies that language centers could adopt to empower students to become global citizens, providing some specific examples of pedagogical innovation and language advocacy.