International conference Digital Citizenship, Digital Wilds and Language Learning & Teaching 2022
Digital Citizenship, Digital Wilds and Language Learning & Teaching
24-25 November 2022
University of Salzburg (AT)
Participation free of charge
Conference languages: English, Français and Deutch
- Steven L. Thorne (Ph.D., UC Berkeley), Professor, Portland State University (USA) Rewilding language education: Interfacing classrooms with the world
- Christiane Lütge (Professor, Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich, Germany) Revisiting cultural and global learning? The impact of digital citizenship on foreign language education
This event is organised
- within the framework of the Lingu@numproject,
- co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union,
- in cooperation with the ECML of the Council of Europe and the project e-lang citizen.
Call for Papers
The conference welcomes papers related to formal, informal and non-formal language learning, irrespective of the status of the languages concerned (first language, second language, school language, foreign language, regional language, etc.). Papers on participatory online practices providing insights into language teaching and learning are also welcome.
Papers may address, but are not limited to, the following aspects
- learning through participatory online practices
- learning in digital wilds
- online games
- didactic implementation of participatory online practices
- real-world tasks
- digital citizenship education and language training
- digital literacy education and language teaching & learning
- citizen science and language teaching & learning
Proposals for papers must be submitted via the conference tool no later than 10 June 2022.