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|5th - 6th June||
6th Annual International Conference on Language, Literature & Linguistics (L3 2017) Singapore
L3 provided a forum and opportunity for delegates from more than 95 individual universities from about 30 countries to share their research, practice and educational initiatives with an international audience. You may visit the following link for L3 prior years accepted and published papers http://l3-conference.org/PriorYearsPaper2016.html. We hope you can be part of L3 2017.
Assoc. Prof. Bryan Carter,College of Humanities, Africana Studies, The University of Arizona, USA - Experiencing the Digital Humanities
Assoc. Prof. Grace Oakley, Coordinator of the Master of Teaching in Primary Education, Associate Dean, Teaching and Learning Graduate School of Education, The University of Western Australia, A Process of Becoming: The Interplay Between Language, Literature and Technology
Assoc. Prof. Lian Hee Wee, Department of English Language & Literature, Hong Kong Baptist University
Workshop on Digital Humanities: By Assoc. Prof. Bryan Carter, Africana Studies, The University of Arizona, USA.
L3 Conference 2017 will host a hands on Digital Humanities Workshop that will introduce participants to a variety of tools and supporting theories related to technology in the classroom. Considering the notion that technology is a tool that Digital Humanists use to not only teach and research a variety of concepts in an attempt to understand the human condition differently, but we also encourage all to do the same, all while selecting the most appropriate tool to solve a particular problem while supporting that choice with theory.
This session will provide hands on instruction on productivity, creative, visualization and analysis tools that participants will be able to download, install and try on their own devices, asking questions and receiving personalized assistance. There will also be an opportunity to try higher-end peripherals such as the Oculus, the HTC Vive, body scanning and Motion Capture.
Register for the workshop and conference at the same time to avail a special concession. For more information, please email the Conference Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Special Panel Session: L3 2017 will constitute a Special Panel Session on Curriculum Design, chaired by Assoc. Prof. Grace Oakley. Submit your papers for panel discussions here.
The Applied Linguistics Conference (ALANZ / ALAA / ALTAANZ)
Applied Linguistics in the New Millennium: Multiple Theories, Pathways, and Practices
Welcome to the 5th combined conference for the Applied Linguistics Association of New Zealand (ALANZ), Applied Linguistics Association of Australia (ALAA) and Association of Language Testing and Assessment of Australia and New Zealand (ALTAANZ), jointly supported by The University of Auckland, University of Waikato, and venue host, Auckland University of Technology.
Heidi Byrnes, Emeritus Professor, Department of German Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., United States of America
Chris Davison, Professor of Education University of New South Wales, Australia
Jennifer Hay, Professor of Linguistics University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Marnie Holborow, Associate Faculty, School of Applied Linguistics & Intercultural Studies,
Hilary Nesi, Professor in English Language Coventry University, England
27 - 29 Nov, 2017 at Auckland University of Technology (AUT), Auckland, New Zealand
The International Research Foundation for English Language Education
TIRF – The International Research Foundation for English Language Education – is pleased to announce its 2017 Doctoral Dissertation Grants (DDG) competition. Grants of up to US $5,000 will be made to successful applicants investigating a range of topics in English language education. The application deadline is Wednesday, April 26, 2017.
There are two types of grants offered through TIRF’s DDG program. Information about the two types of grants, as well as eligibility concerns, resource videos, answers to frequently asked questions, and much more can be found here.
TIRF and its Trustees are grateful to be working in partnership with Cambridge English Language Assessment and the British Council, as well as individual donors, in support of the 2017 DDG competition. Please write to email@example.com if you have any questions about this announcement, or visit this link
THE 16TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON TRANSLATION, 2017
CONFERENCE THEME: THE VALUE OF TRANSLATION INSOCIETY
Thisconference focuses on the value of translation by looking at howit facilitates intra-, inter- and cross-cultural communicationbetween diverse social groups, andhow it addresses thesocial needs of complexsocieties. Through the sharing of knowledge, we hope to bringto the fore the value of translation by discussing related issues withthe aim of contributing to translation research in a varietyof fields, such as Business, Culture, Education, Science and Technology.
Thesub-themes include, but are not limited to: Translation and culture; Translationand economy; Translation and ethics; Translation and politics; Translation andsocial issues; Translation and technology; Translation for children; Translationfor education; Translation for religion ; Interpreting for society.
For more information please visit: umconference.um.edu.my/PPA16
International Conference on TEFL
Sahar research centre are going to hold an international conference on TEFL in cooperation with international associations. This conference is web-based. This 1st International eConference on English Language Studies (Teaching, Translation, Literature, Linguistics) is a web-based conference which is going to be held by HorizonREC in May 2017. For more information about this econference
2017 Asia TEFL
We would like to invite you to the 2017 Asia TEFL conference which will be held at Royal Ambarrukmo Hotel in Yogyakarta, Indonesia on July 13-15 in 2017.
The 15th International Asia TEFL Conference is, in general, designed to pull together a number of current and critical issues for TEFL researchers, policy makers and practitioners. They work with the complexity of making significant change in TEFL policies, beliefs and practices to improve the TEFL effectiveness for all students in this post-colonial and post-modern era. They also encourage EFL teachers to adjust to changing contexts over time with the focus of serving their students. In this connection, the conference will provide them with ample opportunity to share their experiences and expertise. In particular, this conference is designed to share and examine contemporary conceptions of language learning and teaching and of their change over time leading an awareness of the need to build language learning and teaching theories with a new paradigm. The 15th International Asia TEFL conference is designed to provide a forum for EFL teaching and learning researchers, policy makers and practitioners to assemble in the spirit of "learning and growing together" to:
Conference Key Dates
1 April - 30 April, 2017 Early bird registration
1 May - 31 May, 2017 Pre-registration
13-15 July 2017 The Conference
Two email addresses are available for queries:
General queries should be directed to the OC through: firstname.lastname@example.org
|4-10 August 2019. XIXth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Melbourne, Australia. http://icphs2019.org/|
|26-28 April 2017||
Asia Pacific Language for Specific Purposes & Professional Communication Association Conference 2017
Old Government Buildings, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand
Our conference theme is Collaborating and sharing knowledge, which is inspired by the following well known Māori proverb in praise of cooperation:
Naau te rouro, naaku te rourou, ka ora manuhiri
“with your food basket and mine, the guests will be satisfied”
Therefore, our conference focuses on how, through collaborating to share knowledge, experience and skills, we can all gain and grow in many ways.
We are very pleased to announce the following keynotes for the conference:
· Associate Professor Helen Basturkmen - The University of Auckland
We are pleased to advise that the conference programme is now available on the conference website, along with an updated list of presenters. Start your registration on the conference website.
Keynote speaker update. Unfortunately Brian Paltridge is no longer able to speak at the conference. However we have Emeritus Professor Janet Holmes, who will be our opening conference speaker. Janet's presentation details are available from the keynote page.
Wednesday 26 - Friday 28 April 2017, Old Government Buildings, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand
Meredith Marra, Asia-Pacific LSP & PC Association 2017 Conference Convenor with supporting committee members: Averil Coxhead, Janet Holmes, Jean Parkinson
Paardekooper and Associates, PO Box 41002, Eastbourne, Lower Hutt 5047, New Zealand
The CAES International Conference on Teaching and researching academic and professional English at the University of Hong Kong.
A link to the conference is here http://caes.hku.hk/facesofenglish2/welcome/
The call for proposals is now open and will close on 1 December 2016.
VALBEC Conference - Teaching Learning reflecting on practice
Registrations now open - early bird closes April 24
"Who dares to teach must never cease to learn. John Cotton Dana
Members Early Bird, registering before COB April 24, 2017 $190.
Non-members $310 (no early bird).
Groups (fourth place free)
For more information go here
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