CALL FOR PROPOSALS
The Northeast Association for Language Learning Technology (NEALLT) will hold its annual conference at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, from Friday, March 2 to Sunday, March 4, 2018. The conference will be hosted by the Language Resource Center at Cornell University, recently moved to a new site.
The theme of the conference will be “Interdisciplinary Approaches to Teaching Language and Culture.” We welcome proposals for presentations and panel discussions on topics including:
- Digital Humanities
- Technology-enhanced Professional Development
- Open Educational Resources
- Prosocial Pedagogy [Does this mean community service or in-class social relations?]
- Ungendered Teaching Practices
- Innovative software and apps
- Social Media
- Student agency - tasks for student expression
- Curricular innovations
- Space planning and design
- Resource Center management
- Mobile technology
- Online courses
Presentations will be about 20 minutes with 10 minutes Q&A. Panel discussions will be 45 minutes. Proposals for 3-hour pre-conference workshops are also welcome.
We welcome presentations that discuss using technology to foster and strengthen communities, invite multicultural exchange and growth, and motivate positive social change via meaningful, contextualized instruction while working toward improving and resolving real-world human rights challenges. We welcome a variety of perspectives and encourage presentations that report on current research or work in progress.
Please submit proposals online. We encourage early proposals which will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Proposals mush be submitted before February 1 for consideration.
For further information please contact NEALLT President Dick Feldman.