About GLoCALL 2023

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** How do get to Hohhot ? For international presenters, you can fly to Beijing and take a fast train to Hohhot. The train journey takes about two hours.

To find out the latest developments, please go to:

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Sub-sections:

About GLoCALL conferences

CALL for Proposals

Important Dates

Plenary Speakers

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What are GLoCALL conferences about?

GLoCALL conferences have been held annually since 2007 in various countries across the Asia Pacific region. They are normally organised by PacCALL together with local host(s).

The GLOCALL Conferences aims to share knowledge, research and experience on how to use computer technology to make language learning more effective and exciting; to explore how the technology can be adapted to better meet the local needs of students and teachers, while at the same time providing global perspectives on computer-assisted language learning (CALL) and Technology in Language Learning (TELL); and to bring the technology within the reach of local teachers who wish to develop their professionalism in CALL.

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

GLoCALL 2023 Conference and China’s 2023 International Conference on CALL jointly invite proposals for presentations to their conference at Inner Mongolia Normal University, Hohhot, Inner Mongolia from 10th-12th August 2023 . Presentations should be related to computer-assisted language learning (CALL), technology-enhanced language learning (TELL). Presentations on the use of technology in learning in general will also be considered.

Proposals for Papers (25 minutes), Workshops (60 minutes), Symposia (60 minutes), Posters (60 minutes) and Virtual Presentations (a file that is shared with all participants via the GloCALL website) should be submitted to by 15th April, 2023,

Proposals are encouraged within the sub-themes below but are not limited to them.

  • application of technology to the language classroom
  • using the Internet for cultural exchange
  • localizing Internet materials to the classroom
  • managing multimedia/hypermedia environments
  • e-learning, collaborative learning, and blended learning
  • emerging technologies
  • fostering autonomous learning through technology
  • training language teachers in e-learning environments
  • Artificial Intelligence and learning

For this conference, we will be publishing three special issues in reputable CALL journals — (1) CALL-EJ(indexed in Scopus), (2) IJCALLT (indexed in Scopus, ESCI) and (3) Journal of China Computer-Assisted Language Learning. More information regarding this will be available later.

If you are an international presenter and you wish to submit a proposal for a presentation at the GLoCALL 2023 Conference, please visit the Submission page.

If you are a presenter from China (i.e. a citizen of China), please submit your proposal to:

https://conference.beiwaionline.com/fore/user/login

This is the ChinaCALL submission website, and it is bilingual on PC.

IMPORTANT DATES

JANUARY 16 (MON)

Opening of proposal submissions

April 15 (Sun)

Deadline for proposal submissions

May 15 (Tue)

Notices of acceptance sent out

July 1 (Mon)

Release of a preliminary conference programme

August 10 (Thu)

Conference workshops

August 11-12 (Fri-Sat)

Plenary & concurrent sessions

REGISTRATION SCHEDULE

June 30 (Sat)  Deadline for registration of all presenters  
July 31 (Mon)  Deadline for pre-registration of participants (early bird
registration)
July 30 (Mon)  Deadline registration of virtual presenters 
July 31 (Mon)   Deadline for virtual presenters to submit their video
presentations.  
August 9 (Wed)  Deadline for participant’s pre-registration  
August 10-12
(Thurs-Sat)
On-site registration of participants (full rate or daily rate
available)

Plenary Speakers

Dr. Deborah Healey

Dr. Deborah Healey was the 2020-2021 Past President of TESOL International Association. An online and face-to-face teacher educator, she writes and presents extensively internationally (Africa, Asia, Latin America, Europe, US) on appropriate use of technology in language teaching. Her doctorate is in Computers in Education and her website is https://www.deborahhealey.com.

Dr. Ursula Stickler

Dr. Ursula Stickler is Senior Lecturer in the School of Languages & Applied Linguistics at The Open University, UK. Other affiliations include British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL), Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (CALICO), and European Association of Computer Assisted Language Learning (EuroCALL), etc.

Prof. TANG Jinlan

Dr. Jinlan TANG is the Dean and Professor in the Institute of Online Education, Researcher at Artificial Intelligence and Human Languages Lab, Beijing Foreign Studies University, the editor-in-chief of Journal of China Computer-Assisted Language Learning (JCCALL), and the Secretary-in-General of Computer-Assisted Language Learning Association, CACSEC (ChinaCALL).

Dr. Thang Siew Ming

Dr. Thang Siew Ming is a Professor at HELP University, Kuala Lumpur. She was an Honorary Professor at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)  from 2019 to 2022 and before that Professor and Chair of the School of Language Studies & Linguistics, UKM. She is President of PacCALL and Chair of GLOCALL series of conferences.

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