L2DL/AZCALL 2016: Schedule


September 30, University of Arizona Campus, Museum of Art

5 – 6 pm
Boundary Work: Reflections on Collaboration across Disciplines for Technology Enhanced (Language) Teaching and Learning. Shelley Staples, University of Arizona. Introduced by Dwight Atkinson, University of Arizona

6 – 7 pm: Reception


October 3-8 Digital Presentations Online

Authors of some of the digital presentations will be available online to discuss their work at scheduled times October 3-7. See the synchronous chat schedule here. Asychronous discussion will continue through October 8.

October 8 on the University of Arizona Campus, Memorial Student Union

Presentations on the 8th were livestreamed and accessible to registered participants.

9:00-9:45 am
Registration and coffee

9:45 – 10 am
Welcome: Beatrice Dupuy, CERCLL Co-Director, University of Arizona; Alain-Philippe Durand, Dean of the College of Humanities, University of Arizona

10 – 11:15 am
Technologies and Morphologies of Communicative Action: Method, Investigation, and Transformation. Steven Thorne, Portland State University; University of Groningen. Introduced by Jinjing Zhao, Arizona State University

11:15 am – Noon
CALL/DL Intersections: Discussion of Digital Presentations, Kristin Lange, Jacob Monzingo, and Kayo Shintaku, University of Arizona

Noon – 1:15 pm Lunch (on your own)

1:15 – 3 pm
Panel: Digital Literacies, Computer-Assisted Language Learning, Corpus Linguistics: Intersections and Interactions. Introduction by Bryan Smith, Arizona State University

  • Leveraging Digital Literacies for Digital Equity: A Call to Action, Jill Castek, University of Arizona
  • Adapting a Methodology: Register Analysis and Task-based Language Teaching, William Crawford, Northern Arizona University
  • L2 Digital Social Reading: Research and Practice, Joshua Thoms, Utah State University

3:15 – 4:30 pm
Keynote: From Multiliteracies to Posthumanism: Language, Literacy, Education and Society at a Digital Crossroads. Heather Lotherington, York University. Introduced by Chantelle Warner, CERCLL Co-Director, University of Arizona

4:30 – 5 pm
Jonathon Reinhardt, University of Arizona

5 – 6 pm: Reception


Locations: The plenary reception on September 30th was at the University of Arizona Museum of Art, 1031 N. Olive Road. The livestreamed events on October 8th took place in the Kiva room in the Memorial Student Union, 1303 E. University Blvd.

a hybrid symposium on research and practice

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