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ANTWERP CALL 2014: Research Challenges in CALL
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The editor, associate editors and editorial board of the CALL Journal (Taylor & Francis) extend a cordial invitation to attend our Antwerp CALL 2014, the XVIth International CALL Research Conference.

7/7/2014 to 7/9/2014
When: 7/7/2014
Where: University of Antwerp
Antwerp
Belgium

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ANTWERP CALL 2014: Research Challenges in CALL

7-9 July 2014

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The editor, associate editors and editorial board of the CALL Journal  (Taylor & Francis) extend a cordial invitation to attend our Antwerp CALL 2014, the XVIth International CALL Research Conference.

Programme Committee: 
Jozef Colpaert, editor of Computer Assisted Language Learning (Taylor & Francis);
Phil Hubbard, Mike Levy and Glenn Stockwell, associate editors

Scientific Committee: 
The editorial board of Computer Assisted Language Learning (Taylor & Francis)

Organizing Committee: 
Ann Aerts, Jozef Colpaert, Margret Oberhofer and Mathea Simons
LINGUAPOLIS, Institute for Language and Communication at the University of Antwerp
IOIW, Institute for Education and Information Sciences at the University of Antwerp



Keynote speakers

Piet Desmet is Full Professor of French and Applied linguistics and Computer-Assisted Language Learning at KU Leuven and KU Leuven KULAK. He coordinates the iMinds-research team ITEC (Interactive Technologies), focusing on domain-specific educational technology with a main interest in language learning & technology. He leads a range of research projects in this field devoted amongst others to the integration of HLT into CALL and to the effectiveness of adaptive and personalized learning environments. He is the National Representative of EUROCALL for Belgium.

Bryan Smith is Associate Professor of English at Arizona State University, where he teaches a wide selection of courses in areas within applied linguistics. His research focuses on Computer-Assisted Language Learning - specifically, the intersection of CALL and SLA. He is co-editor of the CALICO Journal.


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