I hope by now you have marked your calendars for TESL Ontario’s 47th Annual Conference on December 5th and 6th at the Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre. This year’s theme “Cultivating Innovation and Inclusion” acknowledges the ongoing evolution of the way English as a Second Language teaching is continuing to change.
We are pleased to invite submissions for the 9th symposium of the Canadian Association of Language Assessment (CALA). The symposium will be held on Thursday, April 4th, 2019 at Glendon College, York University, Toronto.
CALICO, the Computer-Assisted Language Instruction Consortium is an international organization dedicated to research and development in the use of computer technology in language learning: computer-assisted language learning (CALL).
After five successful years hosted by Tom Ricento at the University of Calgary, the Multidisciplinary Approaches to Language Policy & Planning conference is moving to Toronto in 2017.
Jeff Bale, Associate Professor at OISE/University of Toronto, and Eve Haque, Associate Professor at York University, will serve as co-organizers of the conference.
This year’s theme is “Multilingualism and Second Language Writing.” In recent years, what have been dubbed “multi/pluri” (Kubota, 2016) approaches to language and writing have proliferated in applied linguistics, composition, second language writing, and other relevant fields concerned with language and literacy. Terms such as multilingual, plurlingual, translingual, translanguaging, and polylanguaging, among others, have been used to describe learners, writers, language practices, writing processes, texts, and social contexts.
In conjunction with the Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences
For the 10th annual conference of CASDW/ACR, the largest gathering of writing studies scholars in Canada, we invite papers on all aspects of writing studies, especially those related to research, theory and pedagogy that connect with our theme, The Diversity of Writing and Discourse. This theme encompasses research and theoretical studies about the varied nature, place, role, and impact of writing and discourse, whether in the academy or other professional and public contexts.
The Conference Committee will review proposals based on the following criteria: