Monthly Archives: December 2011

Registration Open for SWALLT 2012 at ASU!

Theme: Language Learning Centers and Internationalization: Supporting Global Connections,
March 23-24, 2012, Arizona State University, Tempe AZ

Internationalization and globalization have become nearly ubiquitous goals across education over the last several years. Universities, community colleges and other institutions are emphasizing connections with the broader world, establishing campuses and programs across the globe, and welcoming international partners and students to their institutions and curricula. For the faculty, administrators, and language learning center personnel tasked with implementing these goals, questions abound regarding how best to use technology to support global outreach, study abroad programs, faculty engaged in international collaboration, student exchanges, remote campuses and courses, and distance learning.

December 9th, 2011: Digital Storytelling as Participatory Language Learning

Felix Kronenberg will present a recent grant-funded digital storytelling initiative. His presentation will cover various aspects of digital storytelling in the L2 curriculum, such as identity and identities formation, automaticity, motivation, individualization and individual learner differences, agency, multimodality, learner anxiety and “losing face,” narrative structure, and assessment.

Felix Kronenberg

Felix Kronenberg | Assistant Professor

Digital Storytelling as Participatory Language Learning
Felix Kronenberg, Assistant Professor and Director of the Language Learning Center, Rhodes College
Friday, December 9th, 2011
12pm – 1pm Pacific

UPDATE: the recording of this session is now available.