MWALLT 2021 - Call for Proposals
The Midwest Association for Language Learning Technology (MWALLT) is seeking proposals for its 2021 online lightning conference to be held the morning of Saturday, February 13th. We invite instructors, graduate students and academic staff to participate in this new format which will consist of two session types:
Lightning talk: 10-minute presentation to share your favorite online activity or tech tip
Mini-workshop: 60-minute exploration of a topic introduced in a lightning talk
Proposals are sought for sessions relating to the teaching of languages and cultures through the integration of technology. While proposals should exhibit an understanding of current trends in language pedagogy, the focus should be on praxis rather than on research. The goal is to provide practical information about emerging technologies and approaches that can be easily implemented in the foreign language classroom.
All proposals must include a lightning talk. Those proposals with a suitably complex topic may also request a mini-workshop to provide additional information and some degree of discussion and/or hands-on experience.
The deadline for proposal submission is Monday, January 11th, 2021.
Notification of acceptance will be provided by Friday, January 15th, 2021.
Contact information (main contact person)
Only the contact person listed here will receive communication regarding this session.
Biographical information for presenter(s)
No more than 40 words each
Title of presentation
Description of proposed presentation - 250 words maximum.
Would you like to be considered for a 60-minute workshop on this topic?
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