Tri-ELE:

1st Tri-ELE International Conference on English Language Education (day 2 of 2)

Date: Saturday, June 21st, 2014 Time: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Speaker: Alison Cook-Sather (Bryn Mawr College, USA), Cliff Goddard (Griffith University, Australia), Robert C. Kleinsasser (Arizona State U., USA), Michael Harrington (U. of Queensland, Australia)

Description:
This 1st International Conference is a joint collaboration among three leading ELE institutes of Thailand: Institute for English Language Education, Assumption University (AU-IELE), Faculty of Liberal Arts, Mahidol University (LAMU), and Language Institute, Thammasat University (LITU). It aims to provide a platform for all ELE scholars, practitioners, and learners to explore theories, thoughts, research, and practices for professional and academic advancement.

The objectives of the conference are:

  • To establish and strengthen an academic network among three leading institutes of Thailand: AU-IELE, LAMU, and LITU
  • To foster global professional collaboration among English Language Education (ELE) scholars
  • To provide research and publication opportunities for ELE professional potential researchers and prospective students
  • To synthesise and apply research innovation in ELE
  • To promote the development of ELE professionals

Call for Papers due 28 February 2014
The call for proposals for paper presentations and workshops is open. Please see the Tri-ELE call for papers page for details.

Organization: Tri-Institutes for English Language Education (Tri-ELE)

Cost: US$120 (early bird), US$150 (standard), US$200 (late/on site), US$80 (student participants)

Venue: The Ambassador Hotel, Bangkok 171 Sukhumvit Soi 11, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

Location: Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand

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Website: tri-ele.litu.tu.ac.th

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