CALL FOR PAPERS
There is an increasing demand for online and hybrid language courses, which presents a unique set of opportunities and challenges for teachers, researchers, and materials developers with computer-assisted language learning (CALL) knowledge. This experience may range from classroom use to research on social networking resources, automated essay-scoring systems, and other emerging technologies. Resources utilized in such courses often precipitate issues concerning cost, training, and effectiveness. This conference aims to explore CALL's role in the development and evaluation of online and hybrid language courses by collaborating with researchers and graduate students attending to questions such as the following. Papers that address these points are welcome:
Deadline for submission has been extended to May 30, 2010. Please submit a 250-word abstract to Jesse Gleason (email@example.com) to present a paper at the conference. Acceptances will be sent out by June 30, 2010.
$30 USD for students and $60 USD non-students (early bird registration before August 15)
Registration includes breakfast, lunch, coffee breaks and a reception. Please make checks payable to "English Department, ISU" and send the registration form to:
c/o Volker Hegelheimer
For further information about the conferences, contact John M. Levis (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Information about previous TSLL conferences can be found at http://apling.public.iastate.edu/TSLL/.