23rd EUROCALL Conference
The Cyprus University of Technology is delighted to be hosting the 23rd EUROCALL Conference, which will take place in Cyprus for the first time.
CALL Communities and Culture
The theme of EuroCALL 2016 is CALL Communities and Culture. It offers a unique opportunity to hear from real-world CALL practitioners how they practice CALL in their communities, and how the CALL culture developed in local and global contexts. CALL has moved from traditional drill-and-practice programmes in the 1960s and 1970s to more recent manifestations of CALL, such as the use of interactive whiteboards, corpora and concordances, Computer-Mediated Communication (CMC), to the applications used in virtual learning environments and e-learning, virtual worlds, gaming and Mobile-Assisted Language Learning (MALL). Keeping an eye on the latest changes and on the future, and being well informed, are critical success factors for the CALL community. So the questions are:
- What are the leading CALL theorists and practitioners doing now?
- What new developments are the experts discussing in local and global CALL communities?
- What must-know innovations and CALL cultures are emerging?
- What kinds of successes are others experiencing that can be leveraged to other CALL contexts?
The EuroCALL 2016 Conference aims to provide insights into what to look forward to in the near future and in the long run regarding the theories and practices of CALL communities and culture.
Conference language: English (Plenary sessions will be in English).
Cyprus University of Technology
The Cyprus University of Technology aspires to develop itself into a modern, pioneering University able to offer education and high level research in leading branches of science and technology which have high impact on the economic, technical, and scientific sectors.
With its orientation towards applied research, the University aspires to establish for itself a role in support of the state and society in their efforts to confront problems, which cover all areas of science and technology. The programmes of the CUT to a large extent complement scientific areas, which are not currently covered at Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels by the University of Cyprus or any other institution of higher education in the country.