Presentations

Invited talks
  • Dooly, Melinda. 'A pedagogical proposal for the digital age. Getting citizens ready for the 21st century.' Multiplier Event. L3S Research Center, Hannover, Germany. L3S Research Institute at Leibniz Universität Hannover & Technische Universität Braunschweig. In collaboration with EU project Made4ALL. 29 September 2017.

  • Dooly, Melinda. 'Telecollaborative language teaching. Why? What? How?' Invited talk at the Centre for Teaching Excellence, Lee University, Tennessee, USA. 28 August 2017.

  • Dooly, Melinda. 'The challenges of educating global citizens now and the future'. Plenary talk.  Intercultural Communicative Competence. A competitive advantage for global employability International conference. Prague, Czech Republic. 22-23 June 2017.

  • González, Nathaly. 'Intermediation with technology for (foreign) language learning: a case study of very young learners.' Invited data session. London Knowledge Lab, Institute of Education, University College London. 19 March 2017. 

  • Dooly, Melinda. 'The Ever-Changing Profession Of Teaching English In An Ever-Changing World'. Plenary talk. APAC International conference 2017. Universitat Pompeu Fabra. 21 February 2017.

  • Intercultural and (tele)collaborative learning: Our tasks as teachers (Opening Plenary). New Trends in Foreign Language Teaching. University of Granada and PETALL EU project, 28-29 April 2016.

  • Sadler, Randall, & Dooly, Melinda. 'Critical perspectives on teacher education. A pedagogical proposal for the digital age. Plenary speech. The future of learning: Critical perspectives on higher education in the digital age. University of Central Lancashire, UK. 22 June 2016.

  • Dooly, Melinda. 'Workshop: Telecollaboration'. Centro de Profesorado de Granada. 27 April 2016.

  • Dooly, Melinda. 'Telecollaboration and Language Learning: Present Trends and Future Tendencies'. Inaugural plenary. Asia-Pacific Virtual Exchange Association, Muroran Institute of Technology, Hokkaido, Japan, 18 July 2015.

Conference presentations (peer reviewed)
  • Davitova, Nuriya, & Dooly, Melinda. '‘My instagram profile is …  cómo se dice deletrear en inglés?’ Analyzing a multilingual, multimodal skype chat in a telecollaborative exchange'. 3rd Unicollaboration Conference: Telecollaboration and virtual exchange across disciplines: in service of social inclusion and global citizenship. Krakow Poland. 25-26 April 2018. 

  • González Acevedo, Nathaly. 'Preschoolers use of iPads for autonomous and collaborative EFL learning tasks: A multimodal analysis on EFL learning triggers. ​20th International Conference on Linguistics and Language Learning.  Osaka, Japan.  29-30 March 2018.

  • González Acevedo, Nathaly. 'Preschoolers iPad supported task design for EFL learning. Key features in design'. 7th International Conference on Language, Medias and Culture (ICLMC).  Fukuoka, Japan. 26-28 March 2018.

  • Marjanovic, Jelena. 'How well do they self-regulate? A case study of two undergraduate students’ self-regulated learning in a telecollaborative flipped classroom'. 7th International Conference on Language, Medias and Culture (ICLMC).  Fukuoka, Japan. 26-28 March 2018. Winner of 'Best research paper' award.

  • Özcan, Saliha. 'Exploiting telecollaboration to foster learning language and 21st century skills'. 7th International Conference on Language, Medias and Culture (ICLMC).  Fukuoka, Japan. 26-28 March 2018.

  • Dooly, Melinda & Sadler, Randall. 'Getting FIT for Increased Learner Autonomy: A Pedagogical Proposal for the 21st Century' (in colloquim convened by Carolin Fuchs, City University of Hong Kong: 'Learner Autonomy in Digital L2 Practice'). AAAL 2018. Chicago, USA. March 24-27, 2018.

  • Moore, Emilee (with James Simpson & Jessica Bradley). Colloquium convenors: 'Translanguaging: The collaborative construction of new linguistic realities'. Communication in the Multilingual City TLang Conference. Birmingham, UK. 28th - 29th March 2018.

  • Llompart, Júlia & Nussbaum, Luci. 'Collaborative and participatory research for plurilingual language learning'. Communication in the Multilingual City TLang Conference. Birmingham, UK. 28th - 29th March 2018.

  • Vallejo, Claudia. 'Bridging across educational milieus through a collaborative Service- Learning project'. Communication in the Multilingual City TLang Conference. Birmingham, UK. 28th - 29th March 2018.

  • Özcan, Saliha. 'Fostering learning language and 21st century skills through telecollaboration'. 12th International Conference on Business, Social Sciences, Humanities and Education (BSSHE-18). Kuala Lumpur. 13-14 March 2018. Winner of 'Best Paper' Award.

  • Masats, Dolors & Mont, Maria (with M. Dooly). 'Let's act! Kids like us need our help'. APAC International conference 2018. Universitat Pompeu Fabra. February 1-3, 2018.

  • Helm, Francesca. & Dooly, Melinda. ‘If u can hear me raise yr hand: Challenges of transcribing multimodal CMC data'. AILA world conference 2017. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 23-28 July 2017.

  • Özcan, Saliha, & Dooly, Melinda. 'How to make a difference'. INTED 2017 International Conference. Valencia, Spain. 6-8 March 2017.

  • Mont, Maria, & Dooly, Melinda. 'Teacher dilemma: exams or language and cultural mediators?' IALIC 2016: Bridging across languages & cultures in everyday lives: New roles in changing scenarios. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, 25-27 November 2016.

  • Dooly, Melinda. 'Helping HE students become ‘telecollaboratively efficient’. Second International Conference on Telecollaboration in Higher Education Trinity College Dublin, 21st-23rd April 2016.

  • Helm, Francesca. & Dooly, Melinda. 'Space, time and mode in multimodal data: challenges for transcription and representation' Second International Conference on Telecollaboration in Higher Education Trinity College Dublin, 21st-23rd April 2016.

  • González Acevedo, Nathaly. 'An international conference on teaching and learning English as an additional language: Technology-Enhanced-Gadgets in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language to Very Young Learners. Ideas on Implementation'. GlobELT 2016 International Conference on Teaching and Learning English as an Additional Language. Antalaya, Turkey. 14-16 April 2016.

  • Dooly, Melinda, & Helm, Francesca. ‘I have to type as you can’t hear me’: Challenges of transcribing multimodal data. BAAL Language and New Media SIG Event Multimodality in Social Media and Digital Environments. Queen Mary University of London). 15 April 2016.

  • Dooly, Melinda & Sauro, S. 'Crossing virtual borders in research: Ethical & practical challenges'. 2015 Eurocall Conference. University of Padova. 26-29 August 2015.

  • Dooly, Melinda. 2015 Eurocall Conference. 'From teacher control to full learners’ role: A decade of transformation in a telecollaborative exchange'. University of Padova. 26-29 August 2015.

  • Dooly, Melinda., & Sadler, Randall. 'The design process of a technology-enhanced teacher education flipped classroom: A case study'. XVIIth international CALL research Conference. Universitat Roviri i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain. 6-8 July 2015.

  • Dooly, Melinda, & Sadler, Randall. 'Language teachers 4 a sustaintainable 2mrw'. CALICO conference 2015. University of Colorado, Boulder, USA. May 26-30 2015.

  • Llompart, Júlia. 'Plurilanguaging and the emergence of new repertoires among immigrant origin students'. GURT: Diversity and Super-diversity, Sociocultural Linguistic Perspectives. Georgetown University, Washington, USA. 22-24 April 2015.

Invited Teaching
  • Dooly, Melinda. 'A pedagogical proposal for a digital age'. School of Oriental & Asian Studies. 25 July 2016.

  • Dooly, Melinda. 'Workshop: Telecollaboration'. Centro de Profesorado de Granada. 27 April 2016.

  • Bruun, Sara. 'Workshop: Using technology in the English as a foreign language classroom'. Invited speaker. Master Secondary Teachers, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona. 5 May 2016.

  • Dooly, Melinda. 'Online seminar: Telecollaboration'. University of Groningen, NL. March 10th, 2015.

  • Dooly, Melinda. 'Thematic Workshop: The Know-How of e-Networking. VoiceS Inservice course (Erasmus+)'. Barcelona, ES. 18-21 February 2015.

Data sessions
  • González Acevedo, Nathaly. 'Are they learning? A view into natural interaction between very young children using technology-enhanced gadgets in an autonomous activity in a school setting'. Presented at GREIP data session, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (with Dr. Kate Cowan, LKL IoE UCL as invited respondent). 18 January, 2018.

  • Dooly, Melinda, & Deal, Mandy. 'Group work, technology and language learning: Fragments from middle-school EFL class'. Presented at GREIP data session, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. 14 December, 2017.

  • González Acevedo, Nathaly. 'Intermediation with technology for (foreign) language learning. A case of very young language learners. Presented at London Knowledge Lab, InstAre they learning? A view into natural interaction between very young children using technology-enhanced gadgets in an autonomous activity in a school settingitute of Education, University College London (invitation to participate in LKL data sessions).  16 March 2017.

  • González Acevedo, Nathaly. 'Preschoolers' agency and participation framework in autonomous, technology-enhanced foreign language-learning activities. A multimodel analysis'. Presented at GREIP data session, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (with Dr. Jeff Bezemer, LKL IoE UCL as invited respondent).  September 27, 2016.

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