The Organising Committee of The 11th European Conference on Language Learning (ECLL) is calling for abstract submissions. To present your research at the conference your abstract must first pass double-blind peer review. Upon payment of registration fees, your attendance at the conference will be confirmed.
- Conference Dates: Thursday, July 13, 2023 to Monday, July 17, 2023
- Early Bird Abstract Submission Deadline: February 24, 2023*
- Final Abstract Submission Deadline: April 28, 2023
- Results of abstract review returned to authors: Generally within four weeks
- Full conference registration fees due for all presenters: May 31, 2023
- Full conference paper submission (after the event): August 16, 2023
*Submit early to take advantage of the discounted registration rates. Learn more about our registration options.
The ECLL Organising Committee welcomes papers from a wide variety of interdisciplinary and theoretical perspectives, and submissions are organised into the streams and substreams listed below:
Culture and Language
- Cross-cultural communication
- Cultural literacy
- Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL)
- Literature and language learning
- Linguistic landscapes
Psychology of the learner
- Learner identities
- Individual differences
- Learning strategies
- Autonomy and self-regulation
- Group dynamics
- Class, gender, race and minority identities in language learning
Plurilingualism – Bilingualism
- World Englishes
- English as a Lingua Franca
- Languages Other Than English
- Adaptive learning
- Mobile learning / Apps
- Augmented and virtual realities
- Blended learning
- MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses)
- OERs (Open Educational Resources)
- Games and gamification
- Learning Management Systems (LMS)
- New classrooms
- Informal learning
- Design for learning
- Learning in the community
- Self-access centers
- In-service teacher development
- Pre-service teacher training
- Mid-career teacher development
- Educational management
- Teacher autonomy
- Observation and feedback
- Testing and evaluation
- Standardized tests
- Continuous assessment
- Mastery learning
- Norm-Referenced/Criterion Referenced
- Task-based learning
- English for Special Purposes
- English for Academic Purposes
Applied linguistics research
Disabilities and the language learner
Translation and Interpretation
How to Submit Your Abstract
- Before you Begin
The corresponding author must collect and enter the following information for the abstract submission:
– Contact data – Correct spelling of first and last name, rank, affiliation, affiliation country
– Paper Title – Full paper title for the presentation
– Paper Abstract – 250-word abstract
- To submit, go to IAFOR’s online submission system.
- Create your account. Your email address will be used as your username and you will be asked to create a password. Please be aware that the information you enter when creating your account will be used for official Letters of Acceptance, Letters of Invitation, and Conference Programmes, so please ensure correct spelling of names, affiliated institutions, and so forth.
- Submit your abstract (maximum 250 words), choosing from the presentation formats listed below (Oral, Poster, Panel, Workshop, Live-Stream, or Virtual).
- Submit well before the submission deadline in order to benefit from Early Bird or Advanced Registration rates.
- Your abstract will undergo double-blind peer review and the results will be returned to you generally within four weeks.
- If your abstract is accepted you will be invited to register for the conference.
- Upon payment of the registration fee, you will receive a confirmation email containing your official receipt.