Thank you everyone for attending JALTCALL2019.
JALTCALL2020, originally planned to be held in Hirosaki, was held online on the weekend of June 6-7 with the theme Teaching with Tech. The JALTCALL2020 website has more for information.
Venue: Aoyama Gakuin University
The conference was held at Aoyama Gakuin University.
Conference Handbook: JALTCALL2019Handbook
AI and Machine Learning in Language Education
Venue: Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo, Japan.
AGU-Foreign Language Center Joint Conference Information
(Note: the FLC speeches will all be in Japanese and all JALTCALL2019 participants are welcome to join.)
Keynote speaker: Evgeny Chukharev-Hudilainen, Iowa State University. Winner of CALICO 2016 Best Article Award ICALL.
2019 JALTCALL Keynote: Turning Research into Practice: Design Principles of ICALL Applications
Plenary speaker: Makimi Kano, Faculty of Cultural Studies at Kyoto Sangyo University.
What can corpus linguistics do for the language teachers?
Plenary speaker: Hiroaki Ogata, Academic Center for Computing & Media Studies, Kyoto University.
Combining formal and informal language learning through learning analytics
Friday Workshops Session 1: 18:30 – 19:40, Building No.15, Gaucher Hall
Workshop Title: Going digital: Increase collaboration and reduce your dependence on paper in the classroom
Workshop Leader: Satchie Haga (Rikkyo University)
Workshop Title: Tracking student study activities using Moodle database activities and Google spreadsheets
Workshop Leader: Thom Rawson (Nagasaki International University)
Friday Workshops Session 2: 19:50 – 21:00, Building No.15, Gaucher Hall
Workshop Title: Digital English Activities, Tools, and Assignments: Apps 4 EFL and EFL.Digital
Workshop Leaders: Paul Raine, J. F. Oberlin
Workshop Title: Using Competency-Based Education (CBE) features in Moodle
Workshop Leaders: Gordon Bateson, Brian Neilsen
Part 1: Setting up a site (Brian Neilsen, Hokkai School of Commerce)
Part 2: Setting up courses (Gordon Bateson, Kochi University of Technology)