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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The LLTI discussion list is a conversation nexus for information on language learning and technology, language lab technology, computer supported language learning, interactive video, interactive audio, language workstations, international standards, conversions, compatibilities, and more, all with an international perspective. List subscription, as well as its archive, is available online.



NERALLT Spring 2011 Conference Information - Directions and Parking



270 Mohegan Avenue
New London, CT 06320

Phone: (860) 447-1911

Directions: (Connecticut College Website):

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You may drive on campus without stopping at the gatehouse and park in any space (even if it's marked faculty/staff or student parking).

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NERALLT Spring 2011 Conference Information - Registration

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

On Site Registration:

Blaustein Humanities Center, Ernst Lobby  (Between Ernst Common Room and the Language and Culture Center)

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NERALLT Spring 2011 Conference Information - Pre-Conference Dinner 


Outback Steakhouse, New London, Connecticut



New London, CT 06320

Phone:(860) 447-9205


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NERALLT Spring 2011 Conference Information - Lodging


Spring Hill Suites Mystic Waterford

401 North Frontage Road

Waterford, CT 06385

Phone - 860-439-0151


Reservation Details:

-Special NERALLT Rate: $99/night

-A block of 15 standard rooms for 3/24/11 and 3/25/11.

-Reservations can be made by calling the hotel directly or 1-888-236-2427 and referencing the group name "NERALLT."

-Reservations must be guaranteed by a credit card, or advance deposit.

-Reservations will automatically be billed for one night unless cancelled by 6pm the day of arrival.

-Reservations received after Thursday, March 3, 2011 will be provided on a space available basis at prevailing rates.


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Call for Papers: NERALLT 2011 Spring Conference at Connecticut College

NERALLT 2011 Spring Conference

Pedagogy and Technology: Collaboration between Language Faculty and Instructional Technologists in the 21st Century

March 24-25, 2011
Connecticut College

Technological advancement in the 21st century provides both opportunities and challenges for the collaboration between language faculty and instructional technology professionals.  The marriage between pedagogy and technology is taking new forms, and in the process, redefining the role of the language lab and its staff. In light of the fast developing new technology, how can we be empowered instead of belittled; successful instead of frustrated?  The NERALLT 2011 Spring Conference would like to invite language faculty and technology professionals alike to join us at Connecticut College to tell your stories and to share your experiences, your viewpoints and perspectives.

We welcome proposals for presentations, panel discussions, or poster sessions on the following topics:

*  Collaborative projects between Language faculty and instructional technologists - successful experiences and lessons learned
*  The role of the language resource center - past, present and future
*  Technological applications to enhance language learning and instruction
*  Emerging technologies to transform the learning and teaching process

Proposals can be submitted through email to Jian Wu at
Proposal deadline: February 4th, 2011
Notification of acceptance:  February 14th, 2011