Invitation and Call for Abstracts – 2014 First International Conference on Deep Languages Education Policy & Practices

The First International Conference on Deep Languages Education Policy & Practices Stimulating languages learning – global perspectives and local practice is being held on the weekend of 11-12 October 2014 at the University of Southern Queensland, Springfield campus, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

We thought you would be interested to know that we are inviting presenter abstracts for research presentations and snapshots of pedagogy (30 minutes), and workshops (1 hour) that relate directly to your research and/or teaching. Abstracts should be sent to me and are due by by 07 September. Notification of acceptances will be ongoing.

Full research papers should be submitted by 15 December 2014 to Dr Henriette van Rensburg. These submissions will undergo a double blind peer review for publication 31 March 2015 as book chapters by Deep University Press
Details of international keynote speakers and registration are available at <http://www.usq.edu.au/bela/outreach-and-engagement/deep-languages-conference&gt;

Join like-minded individuals with an interest in improving languages education, teaching, researching, making connections and fostering the internationalisation of education. World renowned keynote speakers will identify and respond to the major challenges and issues involved in languages learning today, providing leadership to stimulate policy and pedagogical change.

All enquiries can be directed to Associate Professor Shirley O’Neill oneills@usq.edu.au<mailto:oneills@usq.edu.au> or 0409 264 883

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FIPLV exists for the worldwide support, development and promotion of languages through professional associations. We are active in over 100 countries and cover several hundred thousand teachers of languages worldwide.
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