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ALAK 2009 Conference
Message 1: ALAK 2009 Conference
From: Yoon-Kyu Kim <ykyuknue.ac.kr>
Subject: ALAK 2009 Conference
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Full Title: ALAK 2009 Conference
Short Title: ALAK
Date: 05-Dec-2009 - 05-Dec-2009
Location: Seoul, Korea, South
Contact Person: Youngkyu Kim
Meeting Email: youngkyuewha.ac.kr
Web Site: http://www.alak.or.kr
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Call Deadline: 20-Apr-2009
The Applied Linguistics Association of Korea (ALAK) 2009 Conference
December 5, 2009
Foreign Language Education Policy in Korean Context
Chung-Ang University, Seoul, Korea
Call for Papers
Confirmed Invited Speakers:
Amy Tsui (Univ. of Hong Kong)
Jerry G. Gebhard (Indiana Univ. of Pennsylvania)
1) Concurrent Sessions
The ALAK calls for oral presentations (20-minute presentation and 10-minute
discussion) in all areas of applied linguistics. We request that the title of
the presentation be submitted by April 20, 2009 and that the abstract (maximum
300 words)be sent by July 20, 2009. When submitting your presentation title,
please include the following information: name, affiliation, mailing address,
phone number, and e-mail address. Notification of acceptance will be announced
by August 31, 2009. Presenters will then be asked to submit a maximum 5-page
manuscript with biodata for the conference proceedings by October 12, 2009.
For further information and submissions, please contact the program coordinator,
Prof. Hohsung Choe (choe5512yahoo.co.kr).
2) Poster Session
We especially encourage the participation of graduate students in this session.
Please submit the title of poster presentation with your name, affiliation,
mailing address,phone number, and e-mail address by April 20, 2009. For title
submissions and further information, please contact the poster session
coordinator, Prof. Shinwoong Lee(shingwoongleehotmail.com).
3) CALL (Computer-Assisted Language Learning) Fair
The CALL Fair will involve demonstrations by language educators using multimedia
software or ICT. Demonstrations may highlight student projects, lesson plans,
activities or instructional materials. The computer products (e.g. software or
websites) do NOT necessarily have to be created by the teacher/presenter. Examples:
- Web projects (case study, activities, lesson plans, assessment)
- e-Learning course development (Web CT, Moodle, Other LMS)
- CMC for language learning (blogs, chats, BBS, video conferencing, etc.)
- Material design by using authoring tools (Flash, Director, Namo Web Editor,
Flying Popcorn, etc.)
Please submit the title of your proposal with your name, affiliation, mailing
address,phone number, and e-mail address by April 20, 2009. For title
submissions and further information, please e-mail the CALL Fair coordinator,
Prof. Jungtae Kim (kim.jungtaegmail.com).
*The official language of the conference is English and Korean.
The Applied Linguistics Association of Korea
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