We give two awards for the best posters at our annual conference (as voted by delegates).
Any poster presented at the conference is eligible and there are two categories: students and non-students.
Winners are named on the EUROCALL website and their poster is published on the site. In addition, winners receive a certificate from EUROCALL, a free one-year membership and a voucher.
If you have any queries about this award please contact the EUROCALL secretary.
EUROCALL 2021 Winners
Student winner: Caroline Fairet
Poster title: English learning dynamics in a blended environment designed for and by professional adult learners.
Student winning poster: click here to view
Practitioner winners: Branislav Bedi
Poster title: Taladu! Assessing learners' needs for developing a mobile app for practicing spoken Icelandic L2.
Practitioner winning poster: click here to view
EUROCALL Gathering 2020 Winners
Student winner: Paola Harris Bonet.
Poster title: ANALYSIS OF ICT CHARACTERISTICS THAT PROMOTE L2 LEARNING IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN.
Student winning poster: Click here to view
Practitioner winners: Shuichi Amano, Kazumichi Enokida, Joe Lauer, Jaime Selwood, Mitsuhiro Morita, Shusaku Kida,Tatsuya Sakaue, Kunihiro Kusanagi.
Poster title: Extensive listening and LMS-based report sharing in an online course: Using Mahara-platformed English podcasts.
Practitioner winning poster: Click here to view
EUROCALL 2019 Winners
“Testing L1 and FL writing with Internet access: effect on task complexity” - Dea Jespersen & Sanne Larssen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
“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, Japan)
A Solution for Marking Written Copies Handed Back as Assignments in Moodle - Céline Restrepo Zea & Thierry Herman, University of Lausanne, Switzerland.
EUROCALL 2017 Winners
Evaluating the effect of data-driven learning (DDL) on the acquisition of academic collocations by advanced Chinese learners of English - Tanjun Liu (Lancaster University, UK)
The Effect of Socio-Economic Status on Informal Mobile-Assisted Language Learning - Megumi Kohyama (University of Shiga Prefecture, Japan)