Kyoto University:

5th International Symposium on Digital Technologies in Foreign Language Learning

Date: Saturday, March 31st, 2012 Time: 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM

Speaker: Keynote Speaker James Paul Gee (Arizona State University)

The 5th International Symposium on Digital Technologies in Foreign Language Learning will be held on March 31st, 2012 at Kyoto University, Clock Tower Centennial Hall. This event is organized by Kyoto University, Japan, in association with the School of Languages and International Studies at the University of Central Lancashire, UK.

  • James Paul Gee (Arizona State University)
    Language and Learning in the Digital Age
  • Rachel Burke (University of Newcastle)
    Technological Literacy in the Foreign Language Classroom
  • Claire Hitosugi (University of Hawaii)
    Planning a lesson for serious game in advanced Japanese language class the use of Food Force developed by UN World Food Program
  • Peter Ruthven-Stuart (Future University)
    Internet Mediated Collaborative Language Learning: at the edge of the practically possible
  • Oliver Rose (Ritsumeikan University)
    Design considerations, functions and learner experience of a mobile vocabulary game
  • Kevin Ryan (Showa Women's University)
    Blending Methods for Blended Learning
  • Scott Shinall. (Kansai Gaidai University)
    Implementing a Game-Style Task List in a University Course
  • Brendon Albertson (Central Connecticut State University)
    Facebook use and pragmatic/grammatical awareness among Japanese learners of English
  • Sami Vuokila and Josh Wilson (Linguamation)
    Developing 'Whodunit,' an Interactive iPhone Reader
  • Keiko Kitade (Ritsumeikan University)
    L2 teacher education from a sociocultural perspective: Perspective changes through online collaboration with L2 learners
  • David Gatrell (British Council Hong Kong)
    That syncing feeling: integrating webinars on an online teacher development programme
  • Tetyana Sayenko (Nagoya University of Commerce and Business) and Natalia Novikova (Peoples Friendship University of Russia)
    Using i-movies in teaching public speaking to foreign language learners
  • Malcolm Field (Future University)
    Crafting the art and creating the content: teaching and learning digital literacy (in an illiterate system)
  • Huang Yu-Hsiu (Southern Taiwan University)
    University EFL Teachers' Views on Computer Assisted Teaching
  • Jill Margerison (The Southport School Gold Coast)
    Social networking driving boys in language learning
  • Lawrie Hunter (Kochi University of Technology)
    Evolving interfaces a low text world
  • Chris Baldwin (British council Hong Kong)
    E-portfolios for teacher development-a simple approach
  • James Duggan (Dokkyo university)
    The Wiki as an Effective Online Collaborative Tool in Education
  • Jean-Paul DuQuette (Kansai Gaidai University)
    Virtual classrooms real lives

For complete details, please visit the event website.

Organization: Kyoto University

Cost: 3,000 yen

Venue: Clock Tower Centennial Hall, Kyoto University

Location: Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan


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