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The fourth L2DL symposium in 2020​includes a week of online presentations and discussions that culminate on October 24, with a day of talks by invited speakers that are accessible in person at the University of Arizona and livestreamed. The recorded, digital presentations will be hosted online during the week of October 19, with asynchronous fora (discussion threads) allowing for question-and-answer during the entire week.

6/7/2020
When: Sunday, June 7, 2020
Where: United States

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L2DL 2020: CRITICAL TRANSNATIONAL DIALOGUE AND VIRTUAL EXCHANGE

 

ABSTRACT DEADLINE: June 7 (Sunday), 2020

 

Event dates: October 19-24, 2020. This hybrid event is fully accessible online, as well as in-person at the University of Arizona (the latter should travel and other restrictions allow).

 

SEE THE FULL CFP HERE

 

 

Hosted by the Center for Educational Resources in Culture, Language and Literacy (CERCLL) at the University of Arizona, the Second Language Digital Literacies Symposium (L2DL) is a biennial international hybrid event that allows academics to make connections across the globe.

 

The fourth L2DL symposium in 2020 includes a week of online presentations and discussions that culminate on October 24, with a day of talks by invited speakers that are accessible in person at the University of Arizona and livestreamed. The recorded, digital presentations will be hosted online during the week of October 19, with asynchronous fora (discussion threads) allowing for question-and-answer during the entire week.

 

The invited live presentations include papers by Shannon Sauro (University of Maryland, Baltimore County) and Jonathon Reinhardt (University of Arizona); and a panel featuring Darren Joseph Cunningham (Georgetown University), Francesca Helm (University of Padova), Carmen King Ramirez (University of Arizona) and Liudmila Klimanova (University of Arizona).

 

In 2020, the L2DL symposium explores intersections between international education, digital literacies, and virtual exchange. The organizers invite proposals for digital presentations from individuals and institutions that are focused on online intercultural education, virtual exchange, collaborative online international learning, and technology-enabled global learning. Research studies, theoretical think pieces, and exemplary practices are all equally welcome. Contributions addressing this year’s special theme, Critical Transnational Dialogue and Virtual Exchange, are encouraged, but presentations that address other aspects of L2 Digital Literacies will be considered as well.

 

Possible topics for the special theme might include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Critical Perspectives on L2 Digital Discourses and Intercultural Online Learning
  • Innovative Pedagogies, Transdisciplinarity, and Practice
  • Research Perspective on Virtual Exchange and Digital Literacies
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FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT FORMAT AND POSSIBLE TOPICS OF DIGITAL PRESENTATIONS, READ THE FULL CFP AND SUBMIT YOUR PROPOSAL HERE.

 

Questions? Contact CERCLL: cercll@email.arizona.edu, +1 (520) 626-8071 (http://cercll.arizona.edu)


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