Call for papers: Language in Focus Conference, Multiple Perceptual Frames on ELT and SLA, March 2017, Cyprus

if you fancy a conference in Cyprus, then check out the following. Here is what the organisers say: Annual LIF conferences have already become an academic platform for exchanging exciting ideas, projects and scientific research results between aspiring academics, teachers, and well-known researchers. In harmony with this spirit of academic enthusiasm, LIF2017 Conference aims at providing a forum for participants […]

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Call for Papers: Online Conference on Research into Using Technology for Language Learning

This is an exciting new event organised by Laureate-Cambridge OLLReN and IATEFL’s LTSIG which will bring together researchers from around the world to share their work into investigating the impact of technology on language learning. Thursday 6th to Friday 7th October 2016 To submit a proposal click here Deadline: 4th July, 10:00 (BST)   Laureate-Cambridge OLLReN (Online Language Learning Research Network) is a virtual […]

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Conference organised by Alex Baratta and Paul Smith, Call for papers: An exploration of religious voices and identities in higher education, The University of Manchester

This one-day conference brings together researchers, lecturers and students who share an interest, be it personal, teaching or research-based, in the topic of religion in higher education. The focus is to explore the reality for university students who are also members of a faith. The broad question that derives from this is essentially, ‘can the two identities of student and […]

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Call for papers: The Image Conference, Malta, October 2016

This is a pre-conference event about using images in ELT.  The Image Conference will be held on 6 October while the 5th ELT Malta Conference will be held on 7-8 October at the Mediterranean Conference Centre, Valletta, Malta. Both conferences will be organised by the ELT Council. Speaker proposals for talks and workshops can be submitted until 31 May 2016 by filling […]

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Reminder! BAAL Intercultural Communication SIG, 7th annual seminar, 19 – 20 May, London

Location: The Open University, 1-11 Hawley Crescent, Camden Town, London, NW1 8NP Costs: £99 for BAAL members, £115 for non-members, two postgraduate scholarships will be available, no daily rate Theme: Intercultural communication and social responsibility in a multilingual, globalized world Keynote speaker: Professor Adelheid Hu, University of Luxemburg If you have any queries, please contact us via the following mailbox: […]

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IALIC 2016 Barcelona

The 16th IALIC conference on ‘Bridging across Language and Cultures in Everyday Lives: New Roles for Changing Scenarios‘ will be held in Barcelona, Spain in November 2016. The deadline for call for presentation proposals is 15 May. In a world of transcultural ‘mash-ups’, multilingual rap and multi-party videoconferencing apps for cellphones, there is a need for a theoretical shift towards an […]

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Extended deadline: BAICE 2016 student conference – Understanding, embracing and reflecting upon the messiness of the fieldwork

Many of you will have seen this via email, but I thought I’d post it anyway as it strikes me as an interesting focus, and one that we often reflect on in the pages of this blog. Anyone up for this? Extended Deadline: May 15  BAICE 2016 Student Conference – Call for Papers Understanding, embracing and reflecting upon the messiness of […]

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Extended deadline: BAAL Conference on Creativity in Language Learning and Teaching Research, September 2016

Deadline extended to Monday 16 May 2016  Invited Plenary Speakers: Prof Martyn Hammersley and Prof Teresa Cremin The BAAL Language Learning and Teaching Special Interest Group and the IATEFL Research Special Interest Group invite you to a jointly organised one-day conference on Creativity in Language Learning and Teaching Research, to be held at the Open University, Milton Keynes on Friday 23 September 2016. […]

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The linguistic landscape in higher education in English dominant and EMI settings: Future directions, July 2016, University College London

A free conference and note that travel bursaries are available for this conference, but its on a first come first served basis, so get in there quick if you are interested! The Multilingual University: The impact of linguistic diversity in higher education in English-dominant and EMI contexts ESRC seminar series Final conference: The linguistic landscape in higher education in English dominant […]

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Call for papers: 9th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, Seville, November 2016

The ICERI2016 (9th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation) will be held on the 14th, 15th and 16th of November 2016, in Seville, Spain (http://iated.org/iceri) After 9 years, ICERI has become an annual meeting point for lecturers, researchers, professors, educational scientists and technologists Every year, ICERI brings together over 700 delegates from 80 different countries. It will provide the ideal opportunity to present your […]

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Conversation classes with refugees: volunteers needed

If any of you are around over the summer and would like to use your teaching skills in the service of a local refugee community, then this is for you! The ‘Chrysalis project’ is run by Aoileann Ní Mhurchú (lecturer in International politics) and Alex Robertson (project manager at Multilingual Manchester). It has been running since October with 13 UG volunteer students […]

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NATESOL CONFERENCE 2016 – Humanising Technology: Practical and Realistic Strategies for the Second Language Classroom

Date: Saturday, 7th May, 2016, 9.00am to 5 pm Venue: Manchester Metropolitan University Brook Building, Birley Fields Campus, 53 Bonsall Street, Manchester,M15 6GX REGISTER FOR THE NATESOL CONFERENCE NOW! More presentations, more publisher stands, more space. We are delighted to announce that we have put together a wider-ranging programme than usual, with a choice of three different speakers in our […]

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Some international conferences with submission deadlines approaching

Fourth International Conference on Foreign Language Learning and Teaching (FLLT 2016), Celebrating LEARN (Language Education and Acquisition Research Network) 24 – 25 June 2016, Bangkok, Thailand Organised by: Language Institute of Thammasat University Abstract submission deadline: 30 April 2016 International Language for Specific Purposes Seminar Insights and Innovations 26 – 27 July 2016, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Organised by: UTM Language […]

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Call for papers – EDUCATION AND MIGRATION: LANGUAGE FOREGROUNDED, October 2016, Durham

The purpose of this international conference is to bring together researchers and educators who are researching and working in educational contexts where human beings, and their language(s), are under pain and pressure. Ongoing and forced migration—resulting from protracted civil war, unremitting poverty and economic hardship, and political unrest and ecological instability—often results in the termination of education for some, or […]

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