L2DL 2014: call for posters

Poster proposals are no longer being accepted. Please view the abstracts of the accepted posters on the Posters page.

For presenters:
Since poster presentations will be online, presenters need not be physically present. Presentations should be in slideshow or similar online format, possibly with voiceover annotation, and should take approximately 15-20 minutes for individuals to view. Posters will be hosted online during the week of October 6, 2014, to be viewed by all registered conference attendees (registration will be free). Asynchronous fora (discussion threads) will allow for question-and-answer for the entire week, and presenters may conduct synchronous chat at designated times as well. Details on formatting, hosting, and submitting final posters are outlined on the online poster format page, and will be provided in detail to accepted presenters. Research studies, theoretical discussions, and exemplary practices are all equally welcome. Topics might include, but are not limited to, digital literacies…

  • as social practice
  • as functional (information, media, computer literacies, etc.)
  • as multimodal
  • as everyday and academic
  • in schools and “in the wild”
  • and digital gaming
  • and social media
  • and interaction
  • and authorship (blogs, wikis, fan fiction, etc.)
  • agency, and identity
  • and genre
  • and culture
  • and multilingualism
  • and language ecology
  • and language revitalization
  • competences, and proficiencies
  • access, and the digital divide
  • research theory and methods

Submission Details: Please send an email with your name, title, institution, email address, and a poster title (maximum 10 words) and 350 word abstract describing your proposed poster presentation to coh-cercll@email.arizona.edu. Submissions must be received by August 8th, 2014, and will be acknowledged by email.

Questions? Contact Professor Jonathon Reinhardt (jonrein@email.arizona.edu) and Professor Chantelle Warner (warnerc@email.arizona.edu).

a hybrid symposium on research and practice

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