GRILT Symposium – Blended Language Courses at the OLBI
Ms. Marie-Josée Hamel, Chair in New Technologies and Computer Assisted Language Learning, in collaboration with Ms. Martine Rhéaume, OLBI’s blended courses coordinator, are planning a symposium on blended language teaching. The symposium will take place on June 13 and is open to the public. The forum will take place from 1 pm to 5 pm (FSS 4006) and will open with a plenary lecture given by Ms. Hamel, entitled Portraits d’enseignants de langue, pédagogues de l’hybride. It will be followed by a session of exchange of best practices and flagship technologies given by some of OLBI’s professors. The symposium will close off with a causerie session with the public on questions and issues surrounding blended language teaching.
In the framework of GRILT activities defined by the chair of research in ALAO; a conference, presentations, and a round table have been planned.
- 10-11:30 am: Plenary conference: CALL ergonomics: a promising interdisciplinary field, Catherine Caws (UVic) & Marie-Josée Hamel (UOttawa) at LPR 286.
- 1:00-4:00 pm: presentations of GRILT Students, at GSD 307.
- 4:30-5 pm: ROUND TABLE: Language engineering and language technologies 101, Elizabeth Marshman (TRA), Diana Inkpen (SITE), Marie-Josée Hamel (OLBI), Catherine Caws (UVic), at GSD 307.
These events are open to public. Please confirm your attendance via dirilob@uOttawa.ca.