Conference Schedule


Detailed Schedule

 

Friday, October 14th

Gold Room

10:45am (US, CDT) Welcome: Carol A. Chapelle and Volker Hegelheimer
11:00-12:00 Plenary
Creating online courses for a global audience: Creating and improving upon the course development process through the Online Professional English Network (OPEN) Program [in-person]
Amy Nunamaker and Kate Bain (U.S. Department of State)

Room 3560

12:00-1:15 Lunch
1:15-2:15 Plenary
Disruptive technologies: Computer-mediated communication in language learning and teaching [remote]
Regine Hampel (Open University, UK)
2:30-3:00 The impact of ICALL practice on the EFL classroom: From individualized practice to communicative language use [remote]
Diana Pili-Moss, Torben Schmidt (Leuphana University Lüneburg), Carolyn Blume, Lisa Middelanis (University of Dortmund), Detmar Meurers (University of Tübingen)
3:00-3:30 Affordances of digital media in second language academic writing: Instructors’ perspectives [in-person]
Priscila J.B.M. Costa (University of South Carolina)
3:30-3:45 Break
3:45-4:15 Automatic enrichment of word lists with morphological derivatives for computer-assisted learning of vocabulary: Design-based research [in-person]
Nadezhda Dobrynina (Iowa State University)
4:15-4:45 Evaluating uses of spaCy NLP software to integrate grammar and reading [in-person]
Eric Bodin (University of Iowa)
4:45-5:15 The role of multimodal input and learner proficiency in L2 vocabulary learning [remote]
Katherine Kang (University of Pennsylvania)

Room 3580

Friday, October 14th
2:20-3:30 (CDT) Work-in-progress
An investigation on positive interdependence amongst students of Italian as a foreign language in blended learning with Virtual Reality [remote]
Ilaria Compagnoni (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice)
 
EFL teacher technology use in online classrooms in Japan: Perceptions and attitudes [remote]
Lee Harvey Alexander, J. Andras Molnar, Daniel Leigh Paller (Kinjo Gakuin University)
 
Using plagiarism tools to assist with writing competence [in-person]
Steven K. Sharp (Governors State University)
3:30-3:45 Break
3:45-4:45 Posters
Implementation of technology in glocalising EMI in multilingual university settings: A case study of economics [remote]
Fiona Tang, Shelley Huo (Beijing Normal University-Hong Kong Baptist University United International College)
 
Using and evaluating interactive videos in and outside of English learning classrooms: Theory and course design [remote]
Shanshan He (University of Western Ontario)
5:15-6:15 Social Gathering

Saturday, October 15th

Campanile Room

8:45-9:00am (CDT) Opening
9:00-10:00 Plenary
Technologies for monitoring and support for discussion as a key learning process for SLL and beyond [remote]
Carolyn Penstein Rosé (Carnegie Mellon University, USA)
1:00-2:30 Colloquium
Research for course design in a global online language teacher education course [in-person]
Mark Visonà, Carol Chapelle, Volker Hegelheimer, Sebnem Kurt, Jeanne Beck, Yasin Karatay, Junghun Yang, Fatemeh Bordbarjavidi, Agata Guskaroska, Haeyun Jin (Iowa State University)
5:20-5:30 Best paper award
5:30-5:45 Closing
5:45-6:15 Social gathering

Gold Room

Saturday, October 15th | Paper presentations on online task and course design
10:15-10:45 (CDT) Online EFL grammar learning applying the just-in-time teaching strategy [remote]
Ferran Gesa, Mª del Mar Suárez, Neus Frigolé (Universitat de Barcelona)
10:45-11:15 The effect of social presence on the online learning experiences of full-time masters students [remote]
Sang SANG (University of Edinburgh)
11:15-11:45 Designing and implementing a global online language teacher education course on writing pedagogy [in-person]
Amy Walton, Sarah S. Davis, Elena Cotos, Carol Chapelle, April Tan (Iowa State University)
11:45-12:15 A task-based syllabus for a graduate course in language learning and technology [in-person]
Kristin Rock (Georgetown University)
12:15-1:00pm Lunch
2:30-3:00 Teacher training as you like it [in-person]
Catherine Clements (University of Minnesota)
3:00-3:30 Design-based research for online FLE course: Theoretical and practical approach [in-person]
Anissa Hamza, Julia Pustche (University of Strasbourg)
3:30-4:00 Harnessing theory, research, and technological affordances to support online learning of language function [in-person]
Lily Compton, Elena Cotos (Iowa State University)
4:00-4:15 Break
4:15-4:45 Facilitating perceived teaching, social, and cognitive presence online by designing effective learning environments [remote]
Julie McCarroll, Peggy Hartwick (Carleton University)
4:45-5:15 Empirically-based guidelines for the design of tasks in computer-based L2 listening environments [remote]
Monica Stella Cárdenas-Claros, Kimberley Dassonvalle, Belén Cáceres-Ramírez, Paula Rodriguez-Arias (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso)

Room 3560

Saturday, October 15th | Paper presentations on empirical evidence about online teaching
10:15-10:45 (CDT) An exploratory study of Korean EFL preservice teachers’ reflections on flipped learning [remote]
Eunjeong Park (Sunchon National University)
10:45-11:15 Reframing an online course for English acquisition: Incorporating the voices of adolescent emergent bilingual learners [remote]
Miriam Eisenstein Ebsworth (New York University), Chencen Cai (Guangdong University of Foreign Studies), Patricia Duffy (United Nations Language Programme), Lauren McCoy (Manhattan Academy for Arts and Language)
11:15-11:45 Task-based English online teaching during Covid-19: The achievable and unachievable [remote]
Ding Feng, Danting Zahu (Guangdong University of Foreign Studies)
11:45-12:15 Is there a link between learners’ patterns of interaction and text quality? [remote]
Nuhi Bllaca (University of Vienna)
12:15-1:00pm Lunch
2:30-3:00 Assessments in online language courses: A research synthesis [in-person]
Carol Chapelle, Haeun Kim (Iowa State University)
3:00-3:30 Exploring collaborative writing between large groups in online distance learning [in-person]
Fang Mei (The Education University of Hong Kong), Jinlan Tang (Beijing Foreign Studies University), Qing Ma (The Education University of Hong Kong)
3:30-4:00 Workload in undergraduate composition courses: Estimating the time spent by students and teachers [in-person]
Abram Anders, Amy Walton, Haeun Kim, Jeanne Beck, Zoe Zawadzki (Iowa State University)
4:00-4:15 Break
4:15-4:45 The effect of corrective feedback accuracy on pronunciation improvement [in-person]
Alif Silpachai, Reza Neiriznaghadehi, MacKenzie Novotny (Iowa State University), Ricardo Gutierrez-Osuna (Texas A&M University), John Levis, Evgeny Chukharev-Hudilainen (Iowa State University)
4:45-5:15 Telecollaborative intercultural communication projects: A case study between the US and Japan [in-person]
Sarah S. Davis (Iowa State University), Joe Geluso (Nihon University College of Law)