The JALTCALL 2014 conference on June 6~8 represents the largest gathering in Japan of educators from around the world who are committed to using digital technology in the language classroom. This year’s conference has attracted a massive wave of applications to present, and the pre-conference registration figures indicate that the turnout will be stellar.
Amongst the mix of fantastic presentations you can find talks by most of the DMLL contributors:
- Simeon Flowers– Computer Supported Collaborative Learning: Facilitating spontaneous peer-peer communication
- Kevin Ryan– Digital Mobile Language Learning
- Dan Ferreira– Word/Sentence Portfolio in EAP Writing: Integrating Evernote, COCA and Grammarly in Academic Writing
- Travis Cote– Paperless Extensive Reading and Student Engagement
Those of you who are interested in mobile learning should also make time to check out the plenary by JALTCALL Journal editor and mobile language learning guru Professor Glenn Stockwell.
A full list of presentations and workshops can be found here.
See you in Nagoya!