Open Accessible Summaries In Language Studies (OASIS)

We are very pleased to introduce OASIS, an online database of one-page summaries of peer-reviewed studies on language learning, language teaching, and multilingualism, written in non-technical language. Research findings often do not reach the people who could benefit from them, as journal articles can be hidden behind paywalls and are frequently written in highly technical … Continue reading Open Accessible Summaries In Language Studies (OASIS)

Distinguished Scholar Award 2019: Marianne Gullberg

We are delighted to announce that the recipient of EUROSLA Distinguished Scholar Award for 2019 is Professor Marianne Gullberg. This distinction is bestowed on Marianne for her outstanding contribution to the field of second language research, from the pioneering work on speech-gesture integration in bilingual speakers, to facilitating the research of others as a dedicated … Continue reading Distinguished Scholar Award 2019: Marianne Gullberg

INVITATION TO PEDAGOGICAL LINGUISTICS AT LEEDS EVENT: 5 JULY 2019

Please feel free to circulate round colleagues and students who may be interested.  https://www.latl.leeds.ac.uk/workshop-language-analysis-to-inform-language-teaching/ This event brings together linguists and language teachers  (i) to demonstrate the pedagogical benefits of language analysis (in the context of language teaching), (ii) to provide guidance for language teachers on how to “up their game” in language analysis, and (iii) … Continue reading INVITATION TO PEDAGOGICAL LINGUISTICS AT LEEDS EVENT: 5 JULY 2019

Language Learning is inviting proposals for a 2021 special issue from interested guest editors

We seek proposals that address a theme or research methodology that will be of interest and relevance to the journal’s international readership of language learning scholars. We are especially interested in special issue themes that will highlight work in areas of inquiry, theoretical approaches, and methodological tools in language learning which are underrepresented. The special … Continue reading Language Learning is inviting proposals for a 2021 special issue from interested guest editors

SAVE THE DATE for EuroSLA30 – July 1-4th, 2020 in Barcelona!

EuroSLA30 next year will be 1-4th July 2020 in Barcelona, as agreed at the last AGM. We look forward to enjoying the splendid surroundings of Barcelona’s historic city-centre university setting next year, but note the earlier date at the beginning of July. We have had EuroSLA conferences in July before, but not recently, so please … Continue reading SAVE THE DATE for EuroSLA30 – July 1-4th, 2020 in Barcelona!

Deadline approaching (April 15th) for Post Doctoral Researcher: EEG/ERP and bilingualism

A Postdoctoral Researcher position using EEG/ERP in Heritage Language Bilingualism is available in the Department of Language and Culture at the University of Tromsø – The Arctic University of Norway. The position is affiliated with the LAVA research group (Language Acquisition, Variation & Attrition) and is connected to a large research project HeLPiNG (Heritage-Bilingual Linguistic … Continue reading Deadline approaching (April 15th) for Post Doctoral Researcher: EEG/ERP and bilingualism

Call for Chapters: Handbook of Research on Cultivating Literacy in Diverse and Multilingual Classrooms

Editors Editors Georgios Neokleous, Norwegian University of Science and Technology – Trondheim, Norway Anna Krulatz, Norwegian University of Science and Technology – Trondheim, Norway Raichle Farrelly, St Michael’s College – Colchester, VT, USA Editorial Advisory Board Ion Drew, Professor, University of Stavanger – Stavanger, Norway Patsy Egan, LESSLA President, ATLAS Program Director, Hamline University – … Continue reading Call for Chapters: Handbook of Research on Cultivating Literacy in Diverse and Multilingual Classrooms