Social CALL The XXth International CALL Research Conference

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The Department of Linguistics and Modern Language Studies (LML) was established in 2012 under the Faculty of Humanities, The Education University of Hong Kong. We aim to play a leading role in the scientific study of human language, its learning and its use in multilingual contexts. We are also committed to offering high-quality programmes/courses in linguistics and modern languages for developing advanced communication skills in our students, and fostering and equipping our students with an in-depth knowledge of the human language system and its interdependency between thought and culture. On the research front, we are committed to promoting the scientific inquiry of human languages, their learning and use; and to educating and informing the public about the scientific study of language, language learning and use.

Despite being a young department, we have successfully organised several international conferences, i.e., International Conference on Corpus Linguistics and Technology Advancement in 2015, The 22nd International Conference on Yue Dialects in 2017 and The International Conference on "English Language Education in the Chinese Context" in 2018. We are delighted to host the International CALL Research Conference in 2019. This event will provide a unique platform for researchers and scholars to hear the latest research and to make advances for the CALL research field. We warmly welcome presenters and participants from all over the world.

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Important Dates
Call for abstracts (Announcement)
1 December 2018
Abstracts submission deadline
3 February 2019
Notification of acceptance
28 February 2019
Submission of conference paper
30 March 2019
Application for reduced conference rate for postgraduate students
31 March 2019
Notification of result for reduced conference rate
12 April 2019
Registration opens
4 April 2019
Social Programme launched
8 May 2019
Early-bird registration deadline
15 May 2019 30 May 2019
Conference dates
10 - 12 July 2019