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2016 SWALLT Conference Materials


Integrating study abroad into the graduation portfolio through the student lens
By Yoshiko Saito-Abbott
Director, Monterey Bay World Language Project
California State University, Monterey Bay

By Jeff Winters
Director, CLA Language Labs
California State University Long Beach
By Trevor Shanklin
Director, LARC Language Lab
San Diego State University
Inventing the New Renaissance Generation (PDF)
By Clarissa Clò
Associate Professor of Italian and European Studies
Director of the Italian Studies Program
San Diego State University
By Maria Bolivar
Spanish Instructor
San Diego State University
Spanish 1     Spanish 2     Spanish 3     Spanish 4
By Nikki Karl
Spanish Instructor
DeMatha Catholic High School
By Gina Bushnell
Instructor in Spanish / English translation and interpretation
San Diego State University
By Jeremy Browne
Coordinator, Digital Humanities and Technology Program
Brigham Young University

Join us at the LARC in San Diego State for SWALLT 2016

Digital Humanities and Foreign Language Learning

Dates: April 1 – 2, 2016
Host Institution: Language Acquisition Resource Center, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA

Conference Program
Conference Materials
Conference Flyer

Language Resource Centers have been a gathering point for the advent of digital technology in the learning and teaching of foreign languages. We have experienced the transformation from analog recording systems and computer based worksheets to the use of locally-based and virtual digital tools. And among these tools are Language Resources, monolingual, bilingual and parallel corpora, translation memories, sites that channel news sources – the list is almost endless. Along with this has come the opportunity for learners to co-create and share content. The language classroom and the language resource center are thus the innovation centers if you will for the foreign language learning curriculum. Above all, language teachers cannot ignore the work being done in creating usable content and applicable tools. And this makes language learning truly cross-disciplinary.

Any examples of research being conducted or used, cross-disciplinary endeavors and lesson-based content creation would be particularly welcome.

Conference Registration Fees:

  • $35.00 General Public
  • $15.00 Students
  • $50.00 Vendors

December 11th, 2009: Using the Interactive Features of Moodle to Give Focused Feedback to Students

Dear all, please join me for an exciting new SWALLT Online presentation:

Using the Interactive Features of Moodle to Give Focused Feedback to Students
Trevor Shanklin, San Diego State University
Friday, December 11th, 2009
12pm – 1pm Pacific

How? Via Adobe Connect. You have received the link through your SWALLT listserv. If you didn’t, please contact me.