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Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Start Time: 3:00 pm EST / 2:00 pm CST / 11:00 pm MST / 12:00 pm PST
Collaboration Across Languages: A Case Study
Presenters: Luca Giupponi and Yingfei Chen, Michigan State University
In 2013, the Center for Language Teaching Advancement at Michigan State University initiated a project that would involve faculty from several languages who would develop materials for online or blended courses. The goals of the project were to pool resources and provide a collaborative environment for faculty in the hope that this initiative would produce technology-enhanced courses, while at the same time maintaining high quality language programs. The presenters will talk about this collaboration, how it works, and lessons learned from the process.
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CALICO's 33rd ANNUAL CONFERENCE: Evolving Interactions in Digital Language Learning
Hosted by Michigan State University, May 10-14, 2016 Call for Papers Deadline is October 31st 
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Established in 1965, IALLT is a professional organization whose members provide leadership in the development, integration, evaluation and management of instructional technology for the teaching and learning of language, literature and culture. Its strong sense of community promotes the sharing of expertise in a variety of educational contexts. As a registered 501 (c)3 not-for-profit professional organization, IALLT welcomes tax-deductible donations from individuals and businesses. Please visit our online donations form for more information.