Programme

 

Programme

FRIDAY, 7 July 2016

 

09:00 –

13:30

Registration – B-40 Dwinelle Hall

 

11:00

Meeting of the Editorial Board – 33 Dwinelle (Level C)

13:30

Opening session – 2040 VLSB (Valley Life Sciences Building)
Rick Kern & Mark Kaiser
Jozef Colpaert

14:00

Keynote 1: Dorothy Chun  – 2040 VLSB (Valley Life Sciences Building)

 

B-33b Dwinelle Hall

B-3 Dwinelle Hall

B-37 Dwinelle Hall

33 Dwinelle Hall (C level)

B-4 Dwinelle Hall

370 Dwinelle Hall

14:50

Paper session 1

Vera Menezes  and Ronaldo Gomes Jr – Digital tools for oral skills development in English

 

Paper session 2

Pham Vu Phi Ho – The effects of lecturer’s model of e-comments on graduate students’ e-comments and writing revision

 

Paper session 3

 

Paper session 4

Debopriyo Roy and Stephen Crabbe – 3D Printing with Critical Thinking and Systems Design: An Innovative Approach to Task-based Language Teaching in Technical Communication   

Paper session 5

Bing MeiPreparing pre-service EFL teachers for CALL acceptance: A Chinese perspective

 

Paper session 6

Steven Thorne and John Hellermann – Mobile Augmented Reality: Hyper contextualization and situated language usage events

15:25

Paper session 7

Tetyana Sydorenko – Affordances of Computer-simulated Conversations for Refining Pragmatically-Appropriate Oral Communication: The Case of Fulbright Scholars

Paper session 8

Kolbrún Fridriksdottir – Student retention in online courses: the impact of course content and different modes of delivery

Paper session 9

Yun Wen – Augmented Reality based Character Composition Game for Facilitating Collaborative Chinese Character Learning in L2 Classrooms

Paper session 10

Yun-Hsuan Huang  – Touch-screen ESP Courseware Design for the Smartphone-dominated Classroom Context

Paper session 11

Shao-Ting Alan Hung and Heng-Tsung Danny Huang – The Effects of Multimodal Videoconferencing on EFL learners’ Willingness to Communicate, Self-efficacy, and Communication Confidence

Paper session 12

Ana Gimeno –“Decontextualizing” learning in a globalized language MOOC

16:00

Coffee break – 34 Dwinelle Hall

 

 

16:30

Paper session 13

Vilson Leffa – Redesigning Open Educational Resources to meet different learner contexts: an experiment in co-authorship

Paper session 14

Wenhao Tao, Haixia Liu and Lina Wang – Exploring the Relationship between Language Teachers’ Beliefs and Behavior about Technology

Paper session 15

Hsiu-Ting Hung, Ching-Huei Chen and Yu-Chuan Joni Chao  – Lessons Learned from Flipping the Language Classroom with Video Lectures

Paper session 16

Ruslan Suvorov and Amber Camp – An exploratory study of test-takers’ cognitive states using electroencephalography (EEG) and retrospective interviews in the context of L2 testing

Paper session 17

Anouk Gelan – Using Learning Analytics and the xAPI specification to find out what students are actually doing when learning online. The VITAL project and its approach to analyzing and visualizing learner behavior in different blended and distance learning contexts.

Paper session 18

Yan Tian – Discovery of and Solution to Chinese College Students’ Translation Errors


17:05

Paper session 19

Shenglan Zhang – Viewing learners, the unique features of the target language, available resources, and learning objectives as the local context in designing CALL projects

 

Paper session 20

Le Vo Thi Hong CALL to meet a need for communicative competence for Vietnamese graduates

Paper session 21

Jia Li – What contextual factors influence the effect of texting-based instruction on vocabulary acquisition? An observation of learners’ behavior and perception

Paper session 22

Yi-Chun Christine Yang – Noticing, Context, E-learning, and EFL Learners’ Speech Production: Complexity, Accuracy, and Fluency

Paper session 23

Martine Danan and Vahid Tehranipoor – How generalizable are the benefits of captioning in the unfamiliar context of a non-Roman alphabet?

Paper session 24

Carina Grobler and Tom Smits – Road map for the context-sensitive (re)design of a technology-enhanced speaking practice environment

 

17:40

 

Paper session 25

Sumei Wu, Meei-Ling Liaw, Paige Ware, Nancy Montgomery Voices of Inquiry in intercultural telecollaborative teacher professional development

 

Paper session 26

Ming-Yueh Hwang and Jon-Chao Hong – Using animation to connect local context to reduce Chinese handwriting errors

 

Paper session 27

Man Yang, Zhihong Lu and Xiangyue Diao – AWE-based corrective feedback on EFL learners’ syntactic complexity in controlled online writing

 

Paper session 28

Yu Zhu, Ying Lin and Chi-Yi Hsieh  – A tracking and logging based study of self-revision for word-processed writing by learners of Chinese as a Foreign Language

Paper session 29

Ping-Ju Chen – The Design of A Blended Taiwanese EFL College Writing Course

Paper session 30

Lauren A. Menard – A Model for Developing Technology-based Student Learning Targets: Personalizing Assessment and Learning in Primary Classrooms 

18:15 – 19:30

Reception – Ishi Court 

8 July 2017

 

09:00

Selected paper as plenary session – 2040 VLSB (Valley Life Sciences Building)
Huifen Lin – Transparency of Reporting in CALL Meta-analyses between 2003-2015

 

B-33b Dwinelle Hall

B-3 Dwinelle Hall

B-37 Dwinelle Hall

33 Dwinelle Hall

B-4 Dwinelle Hall

370 Dwinelle Hall

09:35

Paper session 31

Mónica Stella Cárdenas-Claros, Luis Alberto Reyes Payacán, Astrid Campos Ibaceta and Jimmy Vera Saavedra – Contextual factors affecting the conceptualization, design and testing of an online platform for L2 listening skills development

Paper session 32

Susan Yue Hua Sun – Design for CALL – Possible Synergies between CALL and Design-for-Learning

Paper session 33

Younghee Kim and Jeong-Ryeol Kim – Comparative Effects of Input vs. Output Enhanced English FnF (Focus on Form) Teaching in Blended Classes

Paper session 34

Sedat Akayoglu and Golge Seferoglu – The Perceptions of Pre-service Teachers of English on Flipped Classroom Model

Paper session 35

Ekaterina Barancheeva – Application of foreign language courses in electronic language environment elang (nstu, novosibirsk)

 

Paper session 36

Antonie Alm – From teacher to learner to teacher: building context-awareness for mobile app use through exploration

10:10

Paper session 37

Saman Ebadi, Masoud Rahimi and Hoda HaratiExploring the impact of WebQuest-based flipped classroom on EFL learners’ critical thinking and academic writing skills

Paper session 38

Mahmood Hassan – The role of technology in language learning in a culturally diverse class: A case study of a Pakistani University

Paper session 39

Viviane Grisez – Implementing IT Tools on Non-Receptive Academic Content Teachers and Receptive Students in CLIL Methodology

 

Paper session 40

Nicholas Huzieff   –Teaching English in Post-Soviet Countries: How does an Eastern European setting inform and help shape the role technologies play in a modern English language learning environment?

Paper session 41

Chun Lai – language learners’ autonomous learning with mobile devices beyond the classroom

Paper session 42

Hiroyuki Obari, Steve Lambacher and Hiroaki Kojima – The application of Constructivism ​in Teaching​ EFL and Worldviews ​using Mobile Technologies

10:45

Coffee break – 34 Dwinelle Hall

 

 

11:15

Paper session 43

Saman Ebadi, Masoud Rahimi and Hoda Harati Exploring the impacts of online peer-editing using Google Docs on EFL learners’ academic writing skills

Paper session 44

Jia Li, Carrie Demmans Epp, Esther Geva, Catherine Snow and Andrew Biemiller – A synthesis study: Evaluating the applicability and generalisability of technology-supported English vocabulary programs and apps for adolescent ELLs

Paper session 45

Peter Gobel and Makimi Kano – Digital storytelling and educational contexts: Investigating the factors of culture, student attitudes, and planning conditions

 

Paper session 46

Xiangyue Diao, Zhihong Lu, Man Yang and Zhenxiao Li – Peer scoring on EFL learners’ oral production in CBT environments

Paper session 47

Karen Chung-Chien Chang – Learners’ Uptake of Writing Feedback, Using a Corpus as a Learning Aid?

Paper session 48

Cynthia Lee – The Use of Automated Feedback and Impact on L2 Writing: How do Teenage Chinese Learners of English Write in Context?


11:50

Paper session 49

Anna Nicolaou and Ana Sevilla-Pavón – Redesigning an online intercultural exchange project towards an ecological constructivist approach

Paper session 50

Mei-Hua Chen – Providing a personalized context-dependent environment for appropriate use of emotion vocabulary

Paper session 51

Fidel Çakmak and Gülcan Erçetin – Exploring mobile assisted listening strategies by tracking learner behavior: Processes and outcomes

Paper session 52

Hsiao-Chien Lee – Investigating How Digital Storytelling Is Used to Give EFL Students a Voice and to Enhance their English Writing

Paper session 53

Linda Gijsen and Jozef Colpaert – Design of telecollaborative tasks: where is the context?

Paper session 54

Chih-Pu Dai – An Exploratory Study on Integrating Virtual Reality Video into L2 Chinese festival teaching

12:25

Paper session 55

Chung-Chi Huang and Mei-Hua Chen  Investigating the latent language phenomena of the context-dependent lexical bundles in research articles

Paper session 56

Hui-Tzu Hsu – The Effect of Captioned Video Clip with Glosses on Incidental Professional Vocabulary Retention of EFL Learners

Paper session 57

Marie-Thérèse Batardière – Observing students’ linguistic variation in an online intercultural exchange

 

Paper session 58

Jorge Eduardo Pineda Hoyos – Learning English at a distance: Exploring the effects of local context on the design, implementation and the learning outcomes of a local experience of learning English.

Paper session 59

Tsuiping Chen – Task-based Language Learning and Technology: A Journey of Pixar Animation for five EFL Students

Paper session 60

13:00

Lunch – Ishi Court 

 

B-33b Dwinelle Hall

B-3 Dwinelle Hall

B-37 Dwinelle Hall

33 Dwinelle Hall

B-4 Dwinelle Hall

370 Dwinelle Hall

14:15

Paper session 61

Vinh Nguyen and Elke Stracke   – The role of CALL in shaping learner autonomy of undergraduate EFL students in the Vietnamese university setting

Paper session 62

Brett Milliner – Using online extensive listening to promote language input in an EFL context

Paper session 63

Yi-Ju Ariel Wu – Coordination of Concordancers and Dictionaries in Self-correcting Collocation Errors in EFL Writing

Paper session 64

Heejin Chang – E-textbook for an intensive academic writing course in an English for Academic Purpose (EAP) program: Design-based research

Paper session 65

Arzal Arzal and Shen Chen – Improving ICT Integration in Language Classrooms: Voices from Teachers in Indonesian Province of Gorontalo

Paper session 66

Robert Godwin-Jones – Leveraging OER for increased student motivation and learner autonomy

14:50

paper session 67

Yan-An Jou , Jun Scott Chen Hsieh and Wen-Chi Vivian Wu – Using the Mobile App in the EFL Classroom to Facilitate Learners’ Oral Accuracy and Fluency

paper session 68

Dirk De Hertog, Frederik Cornillie and Piet Desmet  – Context-aware Automatic Input Enhancement for Language Learners

paper session 69

Ching-Fen Chang  – The efficacy of an online writing system for the implementation of process approaches in EFL writing

 

paper session 70

Klara Klimcikova and Angela Hahn – Online language use into language learning               

Paper session 71

Anke Berns, Manuel Palomo-Duarte and Juan Manuel Dodero – A mobile learning system to allow students developing their own learning resources

Paper session 72

Qing Ma and Jia Li – Personalisation and self-regulation of university students’ vocabulary learning mediated by mobile technologies in a Chinese context

15:25

paper session 73

Susan Marandi – Virtual walls and bans: E-learning/CALL hegemonies in the Iranian context

 

paper session 74

Van Hung Tran – The application of flipped classroom to the process of teaching students at universities

 

paper session 75

Maurice Schols – Elements that foster teacher educators’ engagement in technology learning in an online networked community: An explorative study

 

paper session 76

Yueh-Tzu Chiang – Learner attitudes and vocabulary gains with the implementation of digital IRS in a flip classroom learning context  

Paper session 77

Jun Scott Chen Hsieh, Wen-Chi Vivian Wu and Yan-An Jou – Flipping writing classrooms via constructivist telecollaboration to enhance cross-cultural sensitivity, critical thinking, and language learning

Paper session 78

Lauren Menard – Belief in the Role of Technology by Educational Attainment

16:00

Coffee break – 34 Dwinelle Hall

 

16:30

paper session 79

Marina Orsini-Jones, Bin Zou and Kate Borthwick – B-MELTT (Blending MOOCs for English Language Teacher Training): a ‘Distributed MOOC Flip’ to Explore Local and Global ELT Contexts and Beliefs

paper session 80

Keelan Evanini, Eugene Tsuprun, Veronika Laughlin, Vikram Ramanarayanan, Patrick Lange and David Suendermann-Oeft – Evaluating the Impact of Local Context on CALL Applications Using Spoken Dialog Systems

paper session 81

Celia Antoniou – Enhancing the development of the reading and speaking skills of University students online in an L2 academic context: A socio-cultural theory (SCT) approach

 

paper session 82

Rong Li – Using blended learning activities to help NCS (Non-Chinese Speaking) students build learner autonomy and improve communication skills in the real life context– a case in Hong Kong

Paper session 83

I-Ting Lin, Jun Scott Chen Hsieh and Wen-Chi Vivian Wu – Ubiquitous English idiom learning via mobile applications

Paper session 84

17:05

paper session 85

Yihui Chiu
– A case study of making multimodal digital videos in the EFL settings

               

paper session 86

Claudia Beatriz Martins and Herivelto Moreira – CALL integration into Modern Languages Courses in Brazil: teachers’ views on the role of context

paper session 87

Kadir Karakaya and Ozlem Karakaya   – Technology Affordances in the Context of Blended Learning and Speech Communication   

paper session 89

Martyn Clark, Medha Tare, Ewa Golonka, Eric Lee, Sida Li, Amitabh Varshney Leveraging cinematic 360⁰ video for diplomatic language training

paper session 90

Juan Antonio Solis Becerra and Carmen Belen Macias Corredera – Writing collaboratively online: the impact of a bilingual programme context

Paper session 91

Ilya Osipov – Transreality puzzle as an object of Augmented reality, Cubios puzzle.

 

17:40

Selected paper as plenary session – 2040 VLSB (Valley Life Sciences Building)
Carolin Fuchs –  – “I somewhat wasted the chance to communicate” – Socio-Institutional Factors in a Hong Kong-U.S. Telecollaboration

 

19:30

Conference dinner – BANCROFT HOTEL

 

 

9 July 2017

 

09:00

Selected paper as plenary session – 2040 VLSB (Valley Life Sciences Building)
Liliana Cuesta Medina and Mauricio Buitrago Ropero – Unveiling students’ digital footprints in their learning trajectories

 

B-37 Dwinelle Hall

B-3 Dwinelle Hall

33 Dwinelle Hall

B-4 Dwinelle Hall

370 Dwinelle Hall

09:35

paper session 92

Travis Cote and Brett Milliner  – Digital literacies in the Japanese university context: preparing for a study abroad program

Paper session 93

Heng-Tsung Danny Huang, Shao-Ting Alan Hung, Hsiu-Yi Chao and Ching-Lin Shih – Developing and Validating a Computerized Adaptive Testing System for Measuring the English Proficiency of EFL College Students

Paper session 94

Ching-Fen Chang and Cheng-Chang Lu – Teaching and learning academic writing via an online dialogic feedback system: Tripartite perspectives

 

Paper session 95

Van Hung Tran –
The proposal of blended learning towards learning styles in training students at universities

Paper session 96

Michael W. Marek and Wen-Chi Vivian Wu – Seeking a Standard Model for CALL

10:10

paper session 97

Kerrie McKim – Cultural contextualization: Using mobile tools to bring the local context of the learner into the FL classroom

Paper session 98

Rafael Vetromille-Castro and Bruna Berres Hartmann – Gamification for language instruction or language education? Communicative and symbolic competence in gamified language learning activities

Paper session 99

Shenglan Zhang – Identifying Learners’ needs: The starting point of design in improving students’ Self-Regulated Learning in flipped/blended learning environments

 

Paper session 100

Paper session 101

Jian Liao, Katherine Masters and Xiaofei Lu – Foreign Language Learning at Arboretum via Telepresence Robots

 

10:45

Coffee break – 34 Dwinelle Hall

  

11:15

Paper session 102

Karla Del Rosal, Jillian Conry and Paige Ware – Personalizing Instruction for Language Learners through Telecollaboration, Multimodal Technology Tools, and Reflection

Paper session 103

Jeong-Ryeol Kim  – Flipped Class for a Solution to Underachievement in Language Education

Paper session 104

Lauren Menard and Kimberly Walker-Mcalister – Comprehension of English Text among Saudi Arabian and American Undergraduates

Paper session 105

Branislav Bédi, Birna Arnbjörnsdóttir and Hannes Högni Vilhjálmsson – Learners’ Expectations and Experiences in Virtual Reykjavik

Paper session 106

Benjaporn Meeprom Janklai – The Design of English as a Foreign Language Learning through a Language-Learning Digital Game Shaped by the Social-Cultural Context of Thailand



11:50

Keynote 2 – Phil Hubbard – – 2040 VLSB

Conference conclusions

Award for best PhD presentation

Life Achievement Award

13:30-

Lunch – Ishi Court