By Tarun Patel
Making Multimedia work in the Digital Lab, University of Ulster, York Street, Belfast, September 18
Building on the success of our previous symposia in London (2007) and Nottingham (2008), the Centre for Excellence in Multimedia Language Learning is hosting a third symposium on the use of digital labs to be held in Belfast on Friday 18th September 2009.
This event aims to bring together digital lab practitioners to share examples of good practice in the use of digital labs for language teaching. With the focus on how labs are used in teaching and learning, rather than on the technology itself, delegates will have an opportunity to discuss their language teaching with peers and to share practice-based research.
Theme: Making Multimedia work in the Digital Lab
Venue: University of Ulster, York Street, Belfast
Date: September 18, 2009
Time: 09:15 – 16:00
Cost: There is no charge for attendance at this event
The deadline for registration for attendance at the symposium is Friday 11th September 2009. To register click here.
The full conference programme is now available here.
Presentations and workshops will be delivered by practitioners from:
- University of Ulster
- Queen Mary, University of London
- University of Portsmouth
- University of the West of England
- The University of Nottingham
Exhibition stands will be manned by representatives from:-
- Televic Education
- Accommodation & Travel
For further details and pre-registration, please visit: http://www.cemll.ulster.ac.uk/site/Symposium/index
IH Annual ELT Conference 2010, February 2010
2010 English Language Teaching Conference
for teachers of English to Adults, Children & Business students
Call for Speakers
Papers are invited for our February 2010 ELT conference.
As usual, we welcome proposals related to General English Teaching to adults and/or younger learners; Business English Teaching and Teacher Training.
We are interested in talks or workshops given by practising teachers and teacher trainers which include practical, classroom-based experience and activities. These should refer to principles and may refer to educational theory, but a theoretical perspective should not be the main content.
Do you have something to say? If you would like to lead a workshop at the International House ELT Conference, please complete and send us the form below.
Please note Talks will be selected on the basis of this information. If your session is selected, this information will be used in the publicity for the Conference.
Friday 5 and Saturday 6 February 2010
Friday: 17.00-20.00 & Saturday: 9.30-19.00
For further information, please contact:
Teacher Training Dept
C/ Trafalgar 14, 08010 Barcelona
Tel: 93 268 4511
Fax: 93 268 0239
For further details and pre-registration, please visit: http://www.ihes.com/bcn/tt/conference_call.html
6th CamTESOL Conference on English Language Teaching - “One World: World Englishes”, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, February 27-28, 2010
The 6th CamTESOL conference on English Language Teaching will be held on 27-28 February 2010 at the National Institute of Education (NIE).
The 6th CamTESOL conference will take place on 27-28 February 2010 at the National Institute of Education (NIE). The conference is designed to be practical and of direct benefit to practising teachers of English. The theme of the 2010 conference is “One World: World Englishes”.
We now invite all Cambodians and non-Cambodians who are working in the field of English Language Teaching (ELT) or related areas, or have an interest in this field to submit an abstract for the 2010 conference on 27-28 February. Practising teachers of English are especially invited to participate. Abstracts are for a paper, workshop or poster.
Deadline for Abstract Submission: 30 September 2009
Notification re. Abstract Selection: 24 October 2009
Deadline for Full Paper Submission to be Considered for Publication: 7 March 2010
Attached (see link below) is the template cover page that should be completed for all abstract submissions (four page document). All abstracts must be submitted electronically using this template Word document.
Abstracts must not exceed 150 words. All papers and workshops should relate to the twenty streams of this conference:
Abstracts will be selected and approved by an appointed committee. All successful presenters will be informed by 24 October. Full papers will then be required by 7 March 2010.
IDP Education is supporting this initiative and is working with Cambodian teachers of English from a broad range of institutions to develop this conference series. To submit your abstract or further enquiry, please contact Mr Bun Chamroeun at IDP on +855 23 212113 or +855 23215227 or e-mail: email@example.com. For enquiries related to the CamTESOL publication – CamTESOL Selected Papers, please contact Dr Richmond Stroupe, Assistant Editor-in-Chief firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click HERE to download the template for Call for Papers.
Click HERE for information about the CamTESOL publication.
You will receive an e-mail confirming receipt of your abstract within two days. If you do not receive a confirmation e-mail, please re-send your abstract to email@example.com and ensure you receive a confirming message.
Please note that presenters must confirm that they will present (upon notification of abstract selection) and register for the conference (before close of early registration) before they will be timetabled on the conference program. A draft conference program will be mounted on the website at least one week prior to the conference and presenters are advised to check that timetable to ensure that their previously submitted information is correctly represented.
For further details and pre-registration, please visit: http://www.camtesol.org/2010conference/Call_for_Papers_2010.html
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