Welcome to the 2021 2nd ETLTC International Conference on Technology and Society (ETLTC2021) to be co-hosted with the 10th ACM Chapter International Conference on Technology Assisted Language Learning (TALL2021) in Aizu-Wakamatsu, Japan, from January 27-29, 2021. Indexed proceedings publication with DOI. Best papers published in the SCOPUS-indexed journal. ACM best paper award.
Testing and assessment
Registration Deadline: 18 May 2020
TEASIG: 'Multiple choice items - What they are good for and how to write them'
A TEASIG webinar presented by Glyn Jones
TEASIG's webinar series continues with this really interesting topic of interest to all teachers and testers. So to get you thinking, try this multiple-choice item yourself. Choose the correct answer (if you think there is one!)...
Multiple choice items are…
A. an indispensable part of any language test.
B. no use at all for assessing language skills.
C. useful for assessing some constructs.
We are pleased to invite you to attend the CRELLA Spring Research Seminar 2020. The seminar will be held on Wednesday 25th March 2020.
We are fortunate to welcome the following invited speakers
Dr Jing Xu and Annabelle Pinnington: Developing computer-based speaking tasks to assess the ‘mediation’ construct
Prof Andrea Révész : The Role of proficiency in second language writing processes and outcomes
Given the change in our conference delivery mode, we are extending the Call for Papers until 31 May 2020.
This is primarily to give potential presenters the opportunity to submit works-in-progress to the additional sub-theme strand and for others almost ready to submit an opportunity to consider how remote presentation might appeal to them.
If you have already submitted a proposal, there is no need to resubmit; if you wish to do so, or submit under the new sub-theme, you are welcome to, of course.
Date: Late October / Early November (exact dates to be confirmed)
Associated Groups: JALT CEFR & LP SIG, JALT Akita Chapter
Associated Universities: Akita International University, University of Jyväskylä, Hokkaido University of Science, Nihon University
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Theme: Learning-Oriented Language Assessment: Insight, Practice & Research
The EUROCALL 2020 conference theme is CALL for Widening Participation
The theme embraces the role of CALL in addressing the challenges and opportunities of a learner population that continues to diversify across educational and cultural contexts. The theme also encompasses the role of CALL in widening access to informal language learning – in the (virtual) classroom, on the move, in the wild, thus widening the notion of the learning environment.