Venue: Aoyama Gakuin University
The conference will be held at Aoyama Gakuin University, Building 15 (Goucher Memorial Hall). (Google Map). The location is between JR Shibuya Station (East Exit, 10 minute walk) and Omotesando Station on the Ginza Line (Exit B1, 5 minute walk).
Schedule: live schedule here
Conference Handbook: JALTCALL2019Handbook
Registration, Building No.15, Gaucher Hall
Pre-registration is now closed but you may register on-site at the conference itself.
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)