Globalization and Localization in CALL:
GLoCALL 2012: The Globalization and Localization in Computer-Assisted Language Learning Conference (day 1 of 3)
Date: Thursday, October 18th, 2012 Time: Time TBA
Speaker: Plenary speakers: Mark Warschauer, Francoise Blin, Peter Gobel. Call for papers due April 16
The Globalization and Localization in Computer-Assisted Language Learning (GLoCALL) Conference aims to share knowledge, research and experience on how to use computer technology to make language learning more effective and pleasant; to explore how the technology can be adapted to better meet the local needs of students and teachers, while at the same time providing global perspectives on computer-assisted language learning (CALL); and to bring the technology within the reach of local teachers who wish to develop their professionalism in CALL. GLoCALL is jointly sponsored by APACALL and PacCALL.
The GLoCALL 2012 Conference & 2012 International Symposium on CALL will be held October 18-20, 2012 at Beijing Foreign Studies University, Beijing, China. The deadline for submitting a proposal is April 16.
Today (October 18) includes pre-conference workshops
- 8:40 - 9:40 Digital storytelling tools for educators (by Dr Peter Gobel)
- 9:50 - 10:50 Applying to Master's or Doctoral programs in CALL and related fields (by Dr Mark Warschauer)
- 11:00 - 12:00 Getting published: What do CALL journals reviewers/editors look for? (by Dr Francoise Blin)
Please see the GLoCALL website for full details.
Organization: Globalization and Localization in Computer-Assisted Language Learning (Globalization and Localization in CALL)
Venue: Beijing Foreign Studies University, Beijing, China
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