The 2017 Technology for Second Language Learning Conference (TSLL) #TSLL2017
September 22-23, 2017
Iowa State University, Ames, IA
Celebrating 15 Years
The Geographical and Intellectual Diffusion of Technology for Language Learning
Technology serves as a bridge that crosses historically constructed boundaries between second language teaching and other disciplines. It has created an unprecedented level of interconnection between language learning researchers and language teaching classrooms. It also provides the affordances to connect language teachers throughout the world in mutually beneficial interactions and expanded educational circles.
At the 15th Annual TSLL conference, we will highlight, explore, and celebrate the multifaceted ways that the spread of technology internationally and disciplinarily prompts new paths for inquiry and education. We look back on 15 years of research and development of technologies for second language learning from previous TSLL conferences as a springboard for boundary-crossing work of the future.
Call for Proposals Opens: March 31, 2017
Call for Proposals Closes: May 25, 2017 (NEW DEADLINE)
Notification of Acceptance: June 1, 2017
Presenter Confirmation: June 19, 2017
Registration Opens: July 19, 2017
Last day for Hotel Discounts: August 15, 2017
Early Bird Registration Closes:
August 25, 2017 extended to September 1, 2017!
Conference Dates: September 22-23, 2017
New this year: Presentation & Poster Awards, info coming soon.
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Register here. Check out the schedule, the presentation and poster abstracts, learn about the conference venue and plan your travel & accommodations.
Hope to see you in Ames!
Organizing Committee: TSLLConf@gmail.com
- Carol Chapelle
- Evgeny Chukharev-Khudilaynen
- Haeyun Jin
- Idée Edalatishams
- Jim Ranalli
- Kelly Cunningham
- Kimberly Becker
- Leyla Karatay
- Liberato Sliva-Dos-Santos
- Nadia Jaramillo Cherrez
- Phuong Nguyen
- Stacy Amling
- Erin Todey
- Volker Hegelheimer
- Zaha Alonazi