13th Asia TEFL International Conference
Creating the Future for ELT in Asia: Opportunities and Directions International Youth Cultural Centre,
6-8 November, 2015
Lawrence Zhang is a keynote speaker at this conference.
LED 2015 Conference
4th International Conference on Language, Education and Diversity
When: Monday 23 November – Thursday 26 November 2015
Where: Owen G. Glenn Building, the University of Auckland, New Zealand
Conference website: www.led.ac.nz
XXI SYMPOSIUM ON RESEARCH IN APPLIED LINGUISTICS &
III INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON LITERACIES AND DISCOURSE STUDIES 2015
Gary Barkhuizen is a plenary speaker at this conference.
Useful Assessment and Evaluation in Language Education
Georgetown University, Washington, DC
March 11-13, 2016
CLESOL 2016 Conference
The 15th National Conference for Community Languages and ESOL, brought to you by TESOLANZ (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages New
Zealand) and CLANZ (Community Languages Association New Zealand).
When: Thursday 14 – Sunday 17 July 2016
Where: The University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand
Conference website: http://www.clesol.org.nz/
2016 National Language Policy and Multilingual Education
Where: Mandalay, Myanmar
When: February 7-9, 2016
Conference website: www.myanmarnlp-conference.com
10th International Conference on Multilingualism and Third Language 2016
>The 10th International Conference on Multilingualism and Third Language
>Acquisition will be held at Vienna University in September 1st-3rd, 2016.
>We welcome original and previously unpublished papers on research on
>the acquisition or use of three or more languages. The language of the
>conference is predominantly English, but contributions in other
>languages are welcome (slides in English).
>We welcome abstracts for individual papers in parallel sessions and
>thematic symposia. Individual papers will be assigned 30 minutes: 20
>minutes for the presentation and 10 minutes for questions and discussion.
>Thematic symposia will focus on one specific topic, and will bring
>together key contributions to the topic. They will take place in 2 hour
>slots (4 papers) in parallel to the other sessions.
>Abstracts for individual papers and thematic symposia should be sent in
>English or in the language of presentation accompanied by an English
>translation. Please attach your abstract as a word document (max 300
>words, excluding title and references, in Times New Roman, 12 pt.) no
>later than 30 October 2015 to email@example.com, and include
>the following (in this order): name and affiliation of the
>author(s)/convener(s), e-mail address of the first author/convener,
>title of the paper, abstract.
>An individual may appear as first author only once on the programme, in
>addition to a possible role as thematic symposium organiser or
>co-author of another paper.
>All abstracts will be reviewed anonymously by the scientific committee.
>Notifications of acceptance will be sent before 15 January 2016.
>Those who will not be able to attend the conference may submit
>e-presentations. E-presenters should send their complete presentation
>abstract!) no later than March 15th 2016 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
>E-presentations may include videos, pictures, audio, etc. (duration per
>e-presentation: 15min.) and will be displayed during the conference in
>a separate room.