[Corpora-List] Poland's first CALL conference 9-10.05.2013; PL-CALL call for papers

PL-CALL contact at pl-call.pl
Fri Nov 23 01:33:38 CET 2012


Dear Colleagues,

Enclosed please find the conference call for Poland's first CALL (Computer Assisted Language Learning) conference - PL-CALL, which is to be held in Warsaw, Poland, 9-10 May 2013.

We will be thrilled if you yourselves attend the conference. You may also - at will - spread the word about this event to whoever you think may be interested.

Please note - as specified in the call - that registration for the conference is possible online at http://pl-call.pl/

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University of Social Sciences in Warsaw, School of English

is happy to announce a call for papers for

*the first PL-CALL conference*

to be held on 9-10 May 2013

The new media have long become an essential part of the foreign language classroom, and Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL), once a rarity – if not an oddity – is now becoming a standard in schools. What follows is a growing interest in the research into the effectiveness of CALL as well as building bridges between the new media and traditional methodology. Such efforts, both on the part of ongoing teachers as well as academics, which have become increasingly popular worldwide, seem to be rare and dispersed in Poland. Our conference is an attempt to amend the situation in the realm of research by bringing together the results of CALL studies carried out in Poland as well as shedding light at foreign research into the new media in language education.

*Keynote speakers: *

Melinda Dooly, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

Mirjam Hauck, Department of Languages, Open University, United Kingdom

Andreas Müller-Hartman, Pädagogische Hochschule, Heidelberg, Germany

Włodzimierz Sobkowiak, English Faculty, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland

In addition, we are planning a number of online plenary lectures by outstanding CALL scholars and practitioners.

*Areas of interest include, but are not limited to: *

Theoretical perspectives in CALL

Individual differences and CALL

Social media and networking; telecollaboration; building and sustaining online LL communities

Project work in CALL

Teachers and learners of the new millennium

New techniques - new contexts - new methodologies?

Mobile learning

Virtual learning environments (VLEs)

Computer-Mediated-Communication (CMC)

Personal learning environments (PLEs)

Virtual worlds in language education

E-course design; e-material writing

Corpora in language learning

*Additionally, *the conference will proudly host Poland’s first Telecollaboration Workshop facilitated by Andreas Müller-Hartman (Pädagogische Hochschule, Heidelberg, Germany) and Małgorzata Kurek (College of Foreign Languages, Częstochowa, Poland).

*Registration online*: http://pl-call.pl/

*Important dates:*

15 Dec 2012 – abstract submission deadline

30 Jan 2013 – paper acceptance notification

31 March 2013 – Second Circular / early-bird registration deadline

30 April 2013 – registration deadline

9-10 May 2013 – PL-CALL Conference

15 Sept 2013 – article submission deadline

2014 – monograph publication*

*The book will be published by Peter Lang, Frankfurt

*Organising Committee: *

Anna Turula (University of Social Sciences)

Przemysław Stencel (EuroCALL representative for Poland)

Beata Mikolajewska (University of Social Sciences / University of Warsaw)

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Kind regards,

Beata Mikolajewska

PL CALL Secretary

School of English

University of Social Sciences

Warsaw, Poland

http://pl-call.pl/

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