C6: Call For Papers

ICCE Conference on Technology Enhanced Language Learning (TELL)

Nara, Japan

http://icce2014.jaist.ac.jp/icce2014

November 30-December 4 (Sunday-Thursday), 2014

Organized by the Asia-Pacific Society for Computers in Education

http://apsce.net/

Hosted by

Japanese Society for Information and Systems in Education,
Japan Society for Educational Technology, and
Japanese Association for Education of Information Studies

In response to emerging research diversity, ICCE2014 will be a meta-conference, comprising of seven co-located theme-based conferences. This is the Call for Papers for the theme-based conference, C6: Technology Enhanced Language Learning.

All the accepted papers will be published in proceedings which will be indexed by Elsevier Bibliographic Databases (e.g., Scopus, Engineering Village and others). Authors of accepted distinguished full papers will be invited to submit extended versions of the papers for consideration of publication Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning (RPTEL), the official academic journal of the Asia Pacific Society for Computers in Education.

The sub-conference on Technology Enhanced Language Learning (TELL) welcomes contributions that concern rationale, theories, pedagogies, and best practices for the use of computer for second/foreign language teaching and learning. This sub-conference aims to share novel theories and innovative practices for modern technology-mediated pedagogies in second/foreign language learning settings, and will be strongly encouraged and anticipated. The goals are to stimulate discussion among TELL scholars/practitioners about the advantage and issues of current research and practices in the use of technology in language education, and to provide insights into the design, development, and evaluation of second/foreign language learning environment using technology for successful language instruction.

The rapid advancement of technology has transformed our daily lives and has open many new doors for instructional designs and curriculum materials that engage language students and improve learning. The synergy resulting from this sub-conference will result in new understandings of trends and strategies that provide directions for future research collaborations, and the resulting ongoing improvement of guidance for TELL practitioners.

The scope of the TELL sub-conference includes but is not limited to the following topics:

  • TELL theoretical foundations and perspectives
  • Hardware and Software technologies applicable to TELL, such as:
    • Established and emerging TELL tools, applications, and platforms
    • Use of multiple TELL platforms, mobile technology for TELL
    • Language learning in virtual environments
    • Game-based learning strategies in TELL
    • Corpora and language learning
    • Natural Language Processing and language learning
    • Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning for language learning
  • Educational psychology implications for TELL, such as:
    • Pedagogy
    • Constructivism, connectivism
    • Learning strategies and learning styles
    • Learning sciences
    • Self-efficacy and learner autonomy, self-regulated learning
  • Content development and management for TELL, such as:
    • Teacher professional development needs
    • Blended learning and hybrid courses
    • TELL in open, distance, and flexible learning contexts
    • TELL in informal learning environments (outside the classroom)
    • Use of TELL in international corporations
    • Use of MOOCs for second/foreign language learning
  • Assessment & evaluation of TELL
  • Supporting less widely taught languages through TELL
  • Socio-cultural perspectives related to TELL, such as:
    • Teacher and learner expectations and readiness to use TELL
    • Improving intercultural and interdisciplinary competence through TELL

Paper categories (Note the revised page limits):

  • Full paper (8-10 pages)
  • Short paper (5-6 pages)
  • Poster paper (2-3 pages)

The paper template is available on PAPER TEMPLATE. For past authors of ICCE, please note that the template has been substantially revised. Do download the latest version of the template in preparing your manuscript.

All the accepted full papers are eligible for the competitions of:

  • Best Overall Paper Award
  • Best Student Paper Award (restricted to papers whose first authors are graduate or undergraduate students)
  • Best Technical Design Paper Award

In addition, all the accepted poster papers are eligible for the competition of Best Poster Design Award(s).

Please visit this URL for the award rules and criteria.

Important dates (Main Conference):

Paper Submission Due: May 12, 2014 May 26, 2014 (Extended!)
Notification of Acceptance: August 4, 2014

Paper Submission System (PSS):

Please click HERE for submission.

Program Co-chairs:

Masanori YAMADA, Kyushu University, Japan (executive program chair)
Yu-Ju LAN, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
Regine HAMPEL, The Open University, UK
Lara LOMICKA-ANDERSON, University of South Carolina, USA

Program Committee:

Mathew ABSALAM, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Nike ARNOLD, Portland State University, USA
Jun-ichi AZUMA, Juntendo University, Japan
Rebecca BABCOCK, University of Texas of the Permian Basin, USA
Emerita BANADOS, Universidad de Concepción, Chile
Alex BOULTON, Nancy University, France
Mei Mei CHANG, National Pingtung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Howard CHEN, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
Shu-Mei CHWO, Hungkuang University, Taiwan
Liliana CUESTA, Universidad de La Sabana, Colombia
Lara DUCATE, University of South Carolina, USA
Carolin FUCHS, Columbia University, USA
Ana GIMENO-SANZ, Universidad Politécnica de Valenciaa, Spain
Yoshiko GODA, Kumamoto University, Japan
Scott GRANT, Monash University, Australia
Sarah GUTH, University of Padua, Italy
Mirjam HAUCK, The Open University, UK
Ching-Kun HSU National Taiwan Normal University, TaiwanHsin-Yih SHYU, Tamkang University, Taiwan
Yueh-Min HUANG, National Cheng kung University, Taiwan
Phil HUBBARD, Stanford University, USA
Nicole KENG, Coventry University, UK
Rick KERN, University of Berkeley, USA
Makiko KISHI, Meiji University, Japan
Chin-Hwa KUO, Tamkang University, Taiwan
Jae-Ho LEE, University of Tsukuba, Japan
Jia (Joan) LI, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada
Chih-cheng LIN, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
Tsun-Ju LIN, KaiNan University, Taiwan
Chao-Hong LIU, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Yi-chun LIU, Taiwan, Chia Nan University of Pharmacy and Science, Taiwan
Gillian LORD, University of Florida, USA
Takeshi MATSUDA, Shimane University, Japan
Hideya MATSUKAWA, Osaka University, Japan
Kahoko MATSUMOTO, Tokai University, Japan
Carlos Rubín MONTORO SANJOSÉ, The University of Guanajuato, Mexico
Masayuki MURAKAMI, Kyoto University of Foreign Studies, Japan
Jo MYNARD, Kanda University of International Studies, Japan
Toshihisa NISHIMORI, Osaka University, Japan
Fang-Chuan OU YANG, Chien Hsin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Makiko OYAMA, Osaka University, Japan
Seijiro SUMI, Ryutu Keizai University, Japan
Chuen-Tsai SUN, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
Ruslan SUVOROV, Yale University, USA
Hiroyuki TARUMI, Kagawa University, Japan
Siew Ming THANG, Universiti Kebangsaan, Malaysia
Junpei TOKITO, Yamagata University, Japan
Yasuhiko TSUJI, The Open University of Japan, Japan
Takafumi UTASHIRO, Hokkai Gakuen University, Japan
Takehiro WAKIMOTO, Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan
Christopher WALSH, Torrens University Australia and The Open University (UK), Australia & UK
Yuki WATANABE, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
Jie Chi YANG, National Central University, Taiwan
Hui-Chin YEH, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Yu-Ren YEN, Far East University, Taiwan
Shelley Shwu-Ching YOUNG, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
Nelson ZAGALO, University of Minho, Portugal
Li ZHANG, University of Northumbria, UK