IATEFL Learning Technologies SIG would like to invite you to their online conference to explore the studies published in our recent book Digital Innovations and Research in Language Learning (2020).
The authors will present their studies, which explore the pedagogical potential and realities of learning technologies in a wide range of language education contexts, and they will address the developments or applications brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic and the shift to remote teaching and learning.
Featuring presentations on topics such as virtual schooling, game-based learning, autonomy, inclusion, academic reading, student empowerment, CPD, and digital responsibility and ethics, this event will provide useful insights into the impact of digital learning in language education.
For full info and abstracts, please see the programme (all times mentioned are UK time).
10.35 Sophia Mavridi: Fostering students’ digital responsibility, ethics and safety skills
11.00 Henno Kotze & Ceara McManus: Chasing engagement
11.25 Susana Galante: Virtual schooling for EFL
11.50 Angelos Konstantinidis, Bryan Kilvinski & Ivan Lombardi: Gamified Twitter
12.15 Graham Stanley & Alicia Artusi: Remote teaching
12.40 Sandra Morales & Gabriela Silva: Video journals
13.30 Pete Sharma: Virtual reality
13.55 Eleni Nikiforou: Motivational videos
14.20 Celia Antoniou: Academic reading skills online
14.45 Wrap Up
The event is free but you need to register. You can register for the event here.
Registration does not guarantee a place in the Zoom room. Access will be on a first come first served basis. The event will also be livestreamed on our Facebook Page.
We are really looking forward to seeing you there!