Poster Awards

From 2012 the Eurocall Research Award has taken a different format with new awards for best poster. Posters presented at the conference will be eligible for the EUROCALL new “Award for best poster” in two categories: post-graduate students, and non-postgraduate students. Winners will be named on the EUROCALL website and their poster will also be published on the site. In addition, they will receive a certificate from EUROCALL, a free online membership for one year and a voucher.

If you have any queries about this award please contact Toni Patton.


EUROCALL 2019 Winners

“Testing L1 and FL writing with Internet access: effect on task complexity”
— Dea Jespersen, Sanne Larssen

“Practical Shadowing Activities in class with the reflection of CMC with Filipino teachers”
— Yasushi Tsubota, Yoshitaka Sugimoto, Sandra Healy, Kayoko Ito



EUROCALL 2018 Winners

Physically Banned yet Virtually Connected at EUROCALL2017: How Technology Overcomes the Boundaries of Our Time - Parisa Mehran, Ichiro Koguchi, Haruo Takemura (Osaka University)

A Solution for Marking Written Copies Handed Back as Assignments in Moodle - Céline Restrepo Zea & Thierry Herman