There will be four presentation types: papers, posters, panels and part-of-panels. Download this template and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions that do not take into account the conference theme will not be accepted.
The best presentation by a PhD student will receive the Jaclyn Ng Shi Ing Award, in memory of our friend and colleague who passed away in the tragic event of Flight MH17.
Two paper presentations will be rewarded as ’Selected plenaries’.
Authors of accepted abstracts will be given the opportunity to submit a conference paper to be published as double-blind peer-reviewed publication in the conference proceedings with ISBN number. Selected papers will then be published later as scholarly articles in Computer Assisted Language Learning.
Darvin, R. (2017). Language, Ideology and Critical Digital Literacy. In S. Thorne, S. May (eds.), Language, Education and Technology, Encyclopedia of Language and Education. Springer.
Kramsch, C. (ed.) (2002). Language Acquisition and Language Socialization. Ecological perspectives. Continuum. London.
Mondahl, M., & Razmerita, L. (2014). Social Media, Collaboration and Social Learning--A Case-Study of Foreign Language Learning. Electronic Journal of E-learning, 12(4), 339-352.
Reinhardt, J. (2019). Social media in second and foreign language teaching and learning: Blogs, wikis, and social networking. Language Teaching, 52(1), 1-39. doi:10.1017/S0261444818000356
Thorne, S. L. (2010). The “intercultural turn” and language learning in the crucible of new media. Telecollaboration, 2, 139-164.
Vinther, J. (2011). Enhancing motivation with cultural narratives in computer-mediated communication. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 24(4), 337-352. doi:10.1080/09588221.2011.572898
|Notification of acceptance|
|28 February 2019|
|Submission of conference paper|
|30 March 2019|
|early April 2019|
|Early-bird registration deadline|
|15 May 2019|
|10 - 12 July 2019|