[Corpora-List] CfP: EuroCALL 2017 Special PhD track

David Alfter david.alfter at svenska.gu.se
Sat Jan 7 15:33:41 CET 2017

Apologies for cross-posting

==== Call for Papers: Reminder ====

==== Special Track for PhD students ====

The 25th EuroCALL conference will be held at the University of Southampton, in the United Kingdom, from 23rd -26th August 2017.

This year, for the first time, we will have a special track for PhD students at EuroCALL. As special service, we offer to review your abstracts before you submit them.

--- Submission details ---

Proposals addressing the theme from both theoretical and practical perspectives in relation to the many forms and contexts of CALL are particularly welcome. Submissions may include, but are not restricted to:

- students as producers of content and agents of change - student engagement and motivation - sustainability for teachers, online learners and online learning - evaluation and re-evaluation of teaching methodologies in CALL - the local versus the global in online learning - creativity in CALL pedagogy - developing strategies for teacher education and professional development - mobile learning in CALL - the ecology of language learning - learning analytics and CALL design - open educational resources and practice in language learning - applying principles from SLA in CALL - innovative practice in blended language learning - the design and practice of LMOOCs (language related massive open online courses) - telecollaboration and CMC - autonomous and life-long learning - computer-based languages tests - gamification and virtual reality

We welcome proposals from PhD students working in any areas of CALL.

Authors of accepted presentations are invited to submit a short paper (1,500 words) for publication in the online conference proceedings, and may also submit an extended version for peer-reviewed publication in ReCALL or the EUROCALL Review.

More information can be found on the website http://www.eurocall2017.uk/

--- Paper formats ---

Papers should be submitted for 30-minute presentations. This timing allows for 20 minutes presenting, 5 minutes for questions, and 5 minutes for room changes. Abstracts submitted should be between 350 and 500 words.

In addition, there are so called Pecha Kucha presentations (20 slides, with 20 seconds for each slide). Abstracts submitted should be no longer than 200 words.

In order to get feedback on your abstract before submission, please send an anonymized version of your abstract to both Sandra Morales (smoralesrios at gmail.com) and David Alfter (david.alfter at gu.se), including your name and institution in the body of the email.

Please use the conference submission system to submit your abstract:


**IMPORTANT**: Please use the comment box at the bottom of the submission form to indicate that your submission is for the PhD track. If you are unsure what to choose for "Submission Type", use "Symposium".

--- Important dates ---

- Deadline for feedback: January 12th 2017 - Deadline for abstract submissions: January 31st 2017 - Notification of acceptance: March 31st 2017 - Early-bird registrations: 2nd June 2017 - Deadline for submissions of short papers for proceedings: 30th June 2017

--- Organizing committee ---

Sandra Morales David Alfter (University of Gothenburg, Sweden) Sahar Alzahrani (University of Southampton, UK) Jaeuk Park (Newcastle University, UK)

David Alfter, Doctoral Researcher

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