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Call for papers
IALLT 2013 CALL FOR PAPERS
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
June 11-15, 2013
The International Association for Language Learning Technology is a professional organization devoted to the advancement, integration, evaluation, and management of instructional technology for the teaching and learning of language, literature and culture.This conference will be of particular interest to all language and culture instructors whether K-12 or post-secondary, to individuals affiliated with a media center or language lab, to developers of language technology, and to individuals interested in any facet of language learning technology. The biennial IALLT conference attracts participants world-wide and offers an international perspective into the future of educational technology for language and cultural learning.
The theme for the 2013 conference, "Sunshine and Cloud Apps: The Next Generation in Language Learning Technology," reflects both the atmosphere of Florida, "The Sunshine State", as well as a glance into the future with the wide use of "Apps" that are already making their mark with the next generation of language users in global social networks and seamless, mobile technologies.The hosts of the conference, Pine Crest School and Florida Atlantic University, are culturally diverse campuses which pride themselves in second-language acquisition.As the first K-12 host school in IALLT history, we are proud to announce that Yo Azama, 2012 ACTFL Teacher of the Year, will be our Keynote Speaker.
Although no technology conference is complete without demonstrations of the latest gadgets, software and digital resources, the categories of proposals we are seeking are equally focused in the fields of pedagogy, methods, best practices, K-12, Specific Tools/Technologies, Lab and Media Center Administration.Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:
- Best Practices in Computer-Assisted Language Learning
- Professional Development Solutions and Challenges
- New Frameworks for Distance Education and Hybrid Environments
- Leadership in the field of Language Learning Technologies
- Innovative Practices in K-12 Language and Cultural Learning
- Lab and Media Center Administration
- Generation NeXt, Technology and Language Education
- Online Language Learning Today and Tomorrow
- Student and institutional privacy issues in digital language learning contexts
- New Horizons in Gaming and Virtual Reality for Language & Cultural Learning
- Augmented reality for the language learning context
- The Edges of Copyright & e-Learning
- Mobile language learning
a. Full day pre-conference workshop
b. Half day pre-conference workshop
c. 60 minute panel presentation
d. 25 minute poster presentation
e. 25 minute paper presentation
f. 45 minute paper/demonstration session
Please submit an abstract of up to 100 words, and a full description of up to 300 words at the website below.
The deadline for submitting proposals to the Program Committee is January 18, 2013. Questions regarding the program, proposals or the submission process can be sent to the Program Chair, Judi Franz (firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Submitted by Judi Franz, Humanities Instructional Resource Center, UC Irvine