AALL Events

AALL Events Calendar 2014 and information links

Symposium on Higher Degree Research Student Writing - Abstracts due July 16th 2014

We are holding a one day symposium on October 3rd with a focus on higher degree research student writing and are currently seeking abstracts of approximately 250 words for the symposium presentations. We have two great key note speakers: Bill Green and Inger Mewburn and encourage you to add to this line up with your own presentation. We want to know what your are doing, what works and what might work better. We are planning a day that involves plenty of opportunity to engage in discussion, gather ideas and create networks. For more information and details of how to submit an abstract go to http://sydney.edu.au/stuserv/learning_centre/HDR2014.shtml

Bronwyn James
Claire Aitchison
Cynthia Nelson
Alisa Percy
Ruth Walker


19 May 2014: 'Degrees of proficiency' AALL and OLT event

1 day symposium:

Degrees of proficiency: Ways forward in building a strategic approach to university students' English language assessment and development

Where: Southern Cross University, Gold Coast Campus, Coolangatta, Queensland

When: Monday, May 19th, 2014

 

AALL Events Calendar 2012 and information links

Click on the document link to download the latest AALL Events Calendar 2012 with information links or see below.

Date

Event

Venue

Contact person and links
 to further information

December 7th

Pronunciation Matters Symposium on the teaching-learning of pronunciation in university academic language and learning (AALL) centres.


 

UNSW Canberra campus

For more information, and to register: http://media.unsw.adfa.edu.au/events/registration/symposium.html

Wednesday 21st November

 

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

STUDENT PEER LEARNING & THE AALL PROFESSIONAL: EVOLUTION, EQUITY & INNOVATION: A one-day symposium hosted by the School of Language & Learning, Victoria University and sponsored by the Association of Academic Language & Learning (AALL).

Victoria University, City Convention Centre, Level 12, 300 Flinders St, Melbourne.

Gill Best

The symposium is free therefore numbers are limited. Please register early!

To register:
http://vu-sssl-symposium-2012.eventbrite.com.au/?ebtv=C

 


2 day symposium

November 22nd + 23rd 


Key thinkers, Key theories: The contribution of theory to ALL practice

Swinburne University of Technology, Lilydale campus
Tim Moore
Download a flyer about this event:

All details on the symposium website 

http://www.lilydale.swinburne.edu.au/symposium/welcome.html

REGISTRATIONS NOW CLOSED: If you wish to placed on a waiting list contact Nancy Moncrieff nmoncrieff@swin.edu.au

 

November 21st

Evolution, Equity, Innovation: Student peer learning and the AALL professional, where have we been, where are we now and where are we going?' Victoria University
Gill Best
 


September 7th


Symposium on Social Inclusion: From policy to practice
 

University of Tasmania

Nicole Crawford

May 25th


Assessment and development of students' English language proficiency: What is your institution doing?
 

University of Sydney

Helen Drury
 

 

 

2011

Schedule of 2011 national eventsAssociation for Academic Language and Learning

31 January

Good Practice Principles: How do we know what they know?

Edith Cowan University, WA

18 April

Widening Participation in AALL: Developing Interactions Between Universities and the VET Sector 

U. South Australia


Register with Chad Habel  by Friday 8 April

20 May

Introducing the British Written Academic English Corpus: Enhancing our practice in improving student writing in the disciplines 

U. NSW


Contact  Sue Starfield


9 June

English language entry pathways: innovations, outcomes and  future directions

U. Sydney

Enquiries and registration to Karlo Jurasovic:   

Abstracts by 24 March

10 June

Critical discussions on inclusivity forum


U.Wollongong

Registration  and Enquiries

cdsi-forum@uow.edu.au

Abstract deadline 15 March 1

24-25 November

(pre-conference PD day, 23 Nov)

AALL Biennial Conference

 

 U. South Australia

Call for papers open. Abstracts by 31 March