Applied Linguistics Winter Conference 2019

Saturday, February 9, 2019

Conference Theme

World Citizenship through media in the language classroom

“The theme this year surrounds the idea that technology and media are an integral part of language learning. For language learners, we must continue to show media in other forms outside of the textbook. This includes multimodal texts, media not limited to images, and video. The conference provides the opportunity to present either research or practical methods that apply to Language Learners. Join us to learn about practices being incorporated in throughout New York State.”




Plenary Speakers

Prof. Richard Kern

University of California, Berkeley

Professor Kern teaches courses in French linguistics, applied linguistics and foreign language pedagogy. His research interests include second language acquisition, psycholinguistics, reading, writing, and technology. He is Associate Editor of the journal Language Learning & Technology and recently published a book entitled Online Multimodal Communication and Intercultural Encounters: Theoretical and Educational Perspectives (Routledge, 2018).

Assoc. Prof. Jayne Lammers

University of Rochester

Dr. Jayne C. Lammers is an Associate Professor of Education, the Director of Secondary English Teacher Preparation, and an Associate Director in the Center for Learning in the Digital Age at the University of Rochester’s Warner School of Education and Human Development. Her research examines adolescents’ digital writing practices, particularly those related to their interest-driven pursuits outside of schools. Her recent scholarship has appeared in Research in the Teaching of English, Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, and Written Communication.