The eLearning Symposium is back!

eLearning Symposium 2019

Following a three-year break, the department of Modern Languages and Linguistics at the University of Southampton is delighted to invite you to the new re-branded eLearning symposium, previously successfully run by LLAS, the Centre for Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies.

The Symposium will take place on Friday 25th January 2019 and the theme is “New perspectives: eLearning symposium rebooted. Language learning and technology in new educational landscapes.”

The key dates and further information can be found on the event website and Twitter account. If you have any questions, please email Erin Forward, the Conference Administrator, at elearn19@soton.ac.uk. We look forward to seeing you there!

Last chance to register for symposium

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Don’t forget to register for your place at this month’s symposium in honour of Professor Michael Kelly before the closing date for registration of Tuesday 10th January.

The symposium will be taking place on Friday 20th January 2017 at Europe House, London. For further details about the symposium, see our recent blog post, and to register for your place, visit the Eventbrite page. The event is free of charge with lunch and refreshments included.

Symposium in honour of Professor Michael Kelly

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A symposium will be taking place on 20th January 2017 at Europe House, London, in honour of Professor Michael Kelly, who recently retired after a long and distinguished career as Professor of French at the University of Southampton. The day will include a series of talks from colleagues in the field of French Cultural Studies in the morning and a focus on policy and politics in the afternoon.

The event is free of charge with lunch and refreshments included. To find out more and book your place, visit the symposium Eventbrite page.

Look out for Modern Languages staff and students presenting at the 11th e-learning symposium!

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Modern Languages staff and some of our PGR students will be presenting at the 11th e-learning symposium, taking place today and tomorrow in Building 65, Avenue Campus.

Come and find out what they have to tell us about the conference theme ‘Humans and the machine’! You can also follow the conference on #elearnllas for instant updates on all the action and watch the keynote talks live.

Registration now open for LLAS 11th eLearning symposium 2016

eLearning Symposium

Registration is now open for the LLAS 11th eLearning Symposium 2016 which will be held at Avenue Campus, University of Southampton on Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd January 2016.

For information on keynote speakers, the range of topics to be covered in presentations and workshops, and for details on how to register, visit the event page on the LLAS website.

Call for contributions extended – LLAS e-learning symposium 2016

Submissions deadline EXTENDED to Wednesday 21st October 2015

Do you make innovative use of technology in language teaching and learning? Have you been experimenting with MOOCs and wish to share your experiences? Do you use social networking sites, virtual worlds or mobile technology with your language students? Are you engaging students in the creation or use of open educational resources? If so, then the LLAS community would like to hear from you!

LLAS, Centre for Languages, Linguistics, and Area Studies welcomes proposals for presentations, workshops and posters at the 11th annual e-learning symposium, on 21st-22nd January 2016. Abstracts for proposed presentations or workshops should be no more than 400 words.

Topics and further information can be found at: https://www.llas.ac.uk/events/6950

Successful applicants will be notified asap and will be assigned a session on receipt of conference registration and fee. If you have any questions about this call for contributions or would like feedback on your draft abstract please contact Kate Borthwick before 15th October 2015.

University of Southampton 11th annual e-learning symposium 2016: Call for contributions

Do you make innovative use of technology in language teaching and learning? Have you been experimenting with MOOCs and wish to share your experiences? Do you use social networking sites, virtual worlds or mobile technology with your language students? Are you engaging students in the creation or use of open educational resources?

The Centre for Languages, Linguistics, and Area Studies (LLAS) welcomes proposals for presentations, workshops and posters at the University of Southampton 11th annual e-learning symposium, taking place on 21-22 January 2016 at the University’s Avenue Campus. The conference theme is: Humans and the machine: best practice in using technology for language teaching. Abstracts for proposed presentations or workshops should be no more than 400 words. Abstracts must be submitted by Monday 12th October 2015 via this i-survey link.

For further details about the e-learning symposium 2016, visit the LLAS event page.

Recorded sessions now available from 10th LLAS e-learning symposium

Sessions from last week’s successful 10th anniversary LLAS e-learning symposium are now available online. Speakers presented on a range of topics from mobile learning, to Twitter for Italian, online interpreting, screencasting for pronunciation, open educational practice, e-portfolios, blended tandem learning, MOOCs and much more. Read more…