The organizers from Cornell, Yale, and Brown have been busy with the planning and are ready for the final push for this year's virtual fall Workshop Meaning through Sound: Rediscovering Listening in the Language Classroom.
They are excited to kick things off with the keynote by Elvis Wagner (Temple University) “Rediscovering Listening in the Language Classroom: Learning to Listen and Listening to Learn” this Friday at 4pm...
Please join us for a roundtable discussion with professionals from the field of language technology on April 28 at 12:30pm. Register here for the Zoom link: https://harvard.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwsd-CgrDItE9J9t1Dnsf1nVonUxWuXcDyY
We will be joined by Carlos Seoane, co-founder and CEO of Extempore, The Speaking Practice App, Scott Payne, research scientist at Northwest Learning Innovations, David Bong, CEO and co-founder of Avant Assessment, and Julio Rodriguez, director of the National Foreign Language Resource Center. Speaker presentations will be...
Please join us for Prof. Kris Knisely-Southerland's talk "Beyond gendered (im)possibilities and (in)visibilities: Situating trans knowledges in the language classroom." Registration link and description below.
Webinar Registration HERE (https://forms.gle/8b2VdtRaSHjASbpW9)
From the IALLT website:
The Culpeper Language Learning Center at Gustavus Adolphus College has begun developing video games to help teach languages and cultures. This webinar will give demos and overviews of our games, which represent multiple genres. Additionally, the design and development process will be discussed, along with tools used.
Presenter: Jeremy Robinson, Gustavus Adolphus College