NERALLT is a regional affiliate of IALLT, the International Association for Language Learning Technology. Our members are educators, administrators and technical support staff of spaces or initiatives in which technology enhances the teaching and learning of languages, literatures and cultures.

Although we serve the greater New England region, anyone is welcome to join this site and our organization.

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Wednesday
Apr182012

NERALLT Spring Business meeting for members

Dear members, 

Please join us ONLINE on Friday April 27th at noon for the Spring business meeting of NERALLT.

We will discuss and ask for your input on :

  • Progress on the planning of the Fall conference
  • Health of NERALLT: Treasurer's report
  • The membership list and what it means to be a member
  • Developing our online presence
  • Future webinars: suggestions for topics and presenters

This is your chance to steer the direction of the organization, make known what your particular interests are and stay involved in NERALLT.

We are eager to hear from you!

If you have any suggestions for items to be put on the agenda, please e-mail us at  nerallt.org@gmail.com

Please visit the following link to register:  https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dFViRHoxb1otV0VJc1hvSXBjMnEyamc6MA

Registration is welcome, but not required.

We will meet via Adobe Connect, log-in information will be sent to all members a few days prior to the meeting.

 

Thursday
Mar152012

NERALLT Lunchtime Webinar: Kellie Campbell

Lecture Capture Through Tegrity: Extending Language Learning Beyond The Classroom

Time:                          

Friday, March 30 th, 2012

12:00-12:45

Presentation Format:

Presentation: 30 min

Q and A:         15 min

Location:                    

Online through Adobe Connect

Note: Link to the meeting room will be emailed prior to meeting for registered participants

 

Presenter:

Kellie Campbell, Manager, Language Learning Resource Center, Department of Information Technology, Saint Michael's College

Topic:

Tegrity, a course capture system, was implemented at Saint Michael's College in 2009.  Since then, this new technology has taken off and is being used by 40+ faculty and many students representing a wide-range of disciplines.  This session will touch upon the implementation/recruitment process of this tool and focus on how it is being used to enhance language learning in and out of the classroom for our Modern Languages Department and for our Intensive English Program. Participants will also learn how we regularly use Tegrity in the Language Learning Resource Center as a training and documentation tool. 

Registration:

Click on the Registration link below to register for the webinar:

Registration

Once you have registered, you will receive information on how to login into the webinar through the email address you have provided.

Tuesday
Feb282012

Seeking 2012 Fall Conference Host Site

Would you be interested in serving as the host site for our dedicated group of language learning technology professionals?

Nerallt is now planning for our upcoming fall conference, which is typically held in mid-October. Our fall conference occurs on a Friday with a Thursday board meeting and the possibility of a Thursday afternoon workshop. 

If you are interested and would like specific information regarding hosting duties, please contact Barbara Lindsey at: barbara.lindsey@uconn.edu.

We would also welcome a volunteer to join our conference planning committee. If interested, please contact Barbara Lindsey at the email address above.

Thursday
Jan262012

NERALLT Lunchtime Webinar: Jennifer Rafferty 

The Rewards and Challenges of Teaching Spanish Online: From Development to Delivery

Time:                          

Friday, February 24th, 2012

12:00-12:45

Presentation Format:

Presentation: 30 min

Q and A:         15 min

Location:                    

Online through Adobe Connect

Note: Link to the meeting room will be emailed prior to meeting for registered participants

 

Presenter:

Jennifer Rafferty, MA, M.Ed. Associate Director of Instructional Design, Quinnipiac University Online

Part-time Instructor of Spanish, School of Nursing, Quinnipiac University

Topic:

There is much discussion in modern language departments about the effectiveness of teaching a foreign language online.   This session will introduce participants to one online learning model that is being implemented at Quinnipiac University to teach Spanish using technologies such as Lingt Classroom, Skype and VoiceThread. Participants will also learn about the course design process in addition to examining data of learners’ perception of studying a language online.

Registration:

Click on the Registration link below to register for the webinar:

Registration

Once you have registered, you will receive information on how to login into the webinar through the email address you have provided.

Tuesday
Sep132011

NERALLT Fall 2011 Conference Information - Registration is Open!

"21st Century Skills Map for World Languages: Technologies in Support of 21st Century Language Learning," October 13–14, 2011, Union College, Schenectady, NY. Our conference program is now online! Please check out our diverse presentations and keynote speaker information. Information on transportation, meals and venue location are available on the Activities page.

 

Note: To register, click on "Register Now" button in the widget.

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