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iTELL 2016

iTELL (Indonesia Technology Enhanced Language Learning, Association for Indonesia's Technology-Enhanced Language Learning practitioners) will conduct its first conference on 3-4 November 2016 in Satya Wacana Christian University, Salatiga, Indonesia, with the theme “Technology Enhanced Language Learning: Teaching and Researching”. All languages are accepted.

Abstract Submission Guidelines
• All abstracts can be written and presented in Bahasa Indonesia or English
• Each abstract should consist of the followings:
- Research-Based Presentation: Objective, Methods, and (preliminary) Results
- Best Practice Teaching Presentation: Objective, Teaching Methods, Implementation, and Results (where appropriate)
• Abstract of maximum 200 words should be submitted along with a maximum 50 words author’s biography
• Abstracts accepted for the paper are scheduled for a 30-minutes presentation, for workshop are for a 60-minutes presentation, both with 10 minutes allowed for discussion, comments and questions. Poster presentation will be 60 minutes, where presenters explain to the audience in the come-and-go style.
• Abstract fulfilling the following criteria will be considered for selection:
- Original
- Innovative
- Informative
- Clear and well-structured

Presentations will include topics on:
• Mobile assisted language learning;
• Flipped learning;
• Innovative learning environments;
• Distance, online and blended learning;
• Games and simulation;
• ICT-based instructional design in language learning;
• Web 2.0 integration in language teaching;
• Digital storytelling; Project, problem, challenged based learning;
• Digital tools and resources for language teaching
• Local, Regional, and National Challenges and/or Reforms in Technology Use in language teaching and learning
• The issues of identity and language in the integration of technology in language teaching and learning
• Other related issues

Abstract Submission has been closed
Abstract Review is closed
Meeting Location:
Salatiga, Indonesia

Contact Information:
Toar Sumakul
[email protected]

Meeting Dates:
Nov 3, 2016 to Nov 4, 2016

Abstract Submission Information:
Abstracts can be submitted from 01-Aug-2016 until 29-Sep-2016.

Abstract Rating Information:
Submitted Abstracts will be reviewed and rated from 16-Sep-2016 until 09-Oct-2016. Authors will be notified of their acceptance after 10-Oct-2016.

Neny Isharyanti, [email protected]