Social CALL The XXth International CALL Research Conference

Theme

The International CALL Research Conferences aim to put CALL on the map as a respectable and respected discipline. As exponents of this discipline, CALL researchers and practitioners do have considerable responsibilities. Intellectual, but also social responsibilities.

Our XXth conference will address the social dimensions of CALL, more specifically the social challenges and responsibilities in our work. We invite participants to present their current or recent research and to focus hereby on one or more of the following topics.

  • Diversity and inclusion
  • Migration and integration
  • Critical consciousness and critical pedagogy
  • Intercultural and transcultural dialogue
  • Minority languages
  • Language for Specific Purposes (small target groups)
  • Learner-learner, learner-teacher and learner-NS interaction
  • The ecology of the learner
  • The ecology of the teacher
  • Identities and cultures
  • Gender issues
  • Disabilities (cognitive, physical, sensory)
  • The Matthew effect
  • Privacy (recordings) and data protection
  • Communities of Practice
  • User rights
  • Author rights and ownership
  • Accessibility, cost, usability and usefulness of educational resources
  • Telecollaboration and virtual exchanges
  • Social media
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Important Dates
Call for abstracts (Announcement)
1 December 2018
Abstracts submission deadline
3 February 2019
Notification of acceptance
28 February 2019
Submission of conference paper
30 March 2019
Application for reduced conference rate for postgraduate students
31 March 2019
Notification of result for reduced conference rate
12 April 2019
Registration opens
4 April 2019
Early-bird registration deadline
15 May 2019
Conference dates
10 - 12 July 2019