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New England

NERALLT is an organization for those dedicated to the use of technology in support of language learning and teaching in New England.

Who are we?

NERALLT is a regional affiliate of IALLT, the International Association for Language Learning Technology, and our members are educators, administrators and technical support staff of spaces or initiatives in which technology enhances the teaching and learning of languages, literatures and cultures. Although we serve the greater New England region, anyone is welcome to join our organization.

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For more details about the organization, please visit our website


Using virtual world to teach kids English

Alex Wang's picture

We founded 8D World a few years ago based on a very simple idea - we wanted to create an English learning virtual world as the "language environment" for ESL/EFL learners.

We have sinced created Wiz World Online ( – the world’s first virtual world dedicated for global English-as-second/foreign-language (ESL/EFL) learners to improve their communicative English in a highly motivating environment. Speech technologies, social activities, and gaming mechanics are all integrated into Wiz World Online.

Wiz World Online has been made available for the Chinese market and is growing around the world. The same concept can be used in the US for ESL learning (or learning of languages in general).

NERALLT Lunch Time Webinars series

Audrey Sartiaux's picture

NERALLT is now offering a series of Webinars in the Spring instead of a face-to-face conference. Please, check our website for up-to-date information. Check for the latest information.

NERALLT Fall 2012 Conference Call for Proposals

Harold H Hendricks's picture

Click here to submit your proposal for out Fall conference. Our theme is On the Horizon: The Future of Language Teaching and Learning Technologies. Join us at Trinity College in Hartford, CT October 11-12, 2012. Check our website for more information.

Supervisor, Humanities Learning Resource Center

Brigham Young University

NERALLT Fall Conference: Call for proposals!

Harold H Hendricks's picture

Flip, but Don't Flop: Managing the Mix of In-Class and Online Language Learning
Saint Anselm College - Manchester, NH
Oct. 24th-25th

You may hear some of your colleagues in conversations mention that they are flipping parts of their course. The theme for the Fall 2013 conference will focus on the ways the flipped classroom model is changing how languages are taught and learned.

Instructions For Submitting An Abstract:
Please submit your proposal here.
Submission deadline is September 9, 2013

Supervisor, Humanities Learning Resource Center

Brigham Young University

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