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CALL for Proposals
2nd Foreign Language Instructional Technology Conference
Conference theme: E-nnovative Learning
Dates & Location: 5-7, December 2013, Nicosia, Cyprus
Call for Papers
This is the first call for papers for the FLIT – II conference on the island of Cyprus, at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa. Submissions will be evaluated on the basis of an extended abstract, which should be composed of the title of the paper, author(s) names,
addresses, email, telephone, fax, and a text between 250 – 300 words. The abstract should be written in English, and must be submitted online at the FLIT – II website no later than April 19, 2013. Please make sure that in your submission you indicate which
presentation format you are interested in. Should you be interested in more than one format, please
indicate the order of preference.
This year there will also be a doctoral forum for PhD. Students. At the
forum doctoral students will have the opportunity to meet and network with other PhD students and faculty, share their experiences and expertise in research methods and teaching & learning practices, give formal presentations on their dissertation work as well as share helpful resources with each other.
There are a limited number of spaces available for the Thursday December 5, 2013 forum.
When submitting your extended abstract, be sure to indicate that the
presentation is for the
doctoral forum.
FLIT – II Topics
Proposals are invited particularly in the following areas connected to
foreign language learning
and instructional technology. The conference focuses on the following
• Pedagogy & Instructional Technology
• E-learning theory, design, and practice
• Social Networking Technologies
• Innovative e-learning technologies
• Online and/or blended learning
• Online Communities of Practice
• Assessment & Instructional Technology
• Personal Learning Networks
• Learner Autonomy & CALL
• Mobile learning
• Networked learning in adult education/professional development
• Open Educational Resources
• MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses)
Please note that this is by no means an exhaustive list and other topics
will also be considered.
Presentation Formats
• Workshops. Workshops can last between 1.5 or 3 hours and should be hands on.
• Individual papers. Paper presentations should consist of a 20 minute presentation followed by
10 minutes for questions and discussion.
• Symposia. Symposia should consist of up to four papers with a common theme.
These thematic panels should not exceed 90 minutes, preferably with 4/5 participants.
Thematic panels should consist of a description of the general topic and the different perspectives from which they will be approached, as well as their relevance to the conference.
• Poster presentations. The poster presentations will be held as part of
a reception. During the
scheduled sessions, authors will be required to stay with their poster
and discuss their work
one-on-one with other conference participants.
• Doctoral forum. The presentations should be no more than 15 minutes in
length followed by a short discussion.

Instructions to Authors
All proposal submissions must be in the English language using the Times
New Roman fontsize 12. A brief biodata statement (75-100 words) of the author/authors
should be submitted with the proposal. Accepted papers will be published in the conference
proceedings. In order for a paper to be included in the conference proceedings and conference
program, the first author of each presentation needs to register for the conference by September 15,
2013. Full papers should be formatted using the instructions for authors to be provided after
acceptance of the submitted abstract. Accepted full papers need to be submitted online at by
September 15, 2013.
Important Deadlines
Abstract submission (250-350 words) April 19, 2013
Notification of acceptance / referees’ amendments June 17, 2013
Full paper submission deadline September 15, 2013
Early bird registration October 4, 2013
Final registration online November 22, 2013


University of Cyprus
Department of French Studies and Modern Languages
12, Aglantzias Avenue
P.O. Box 20537
CY-1678 Nicosia
Tel. +357 22894544

Freie Universitaet Berlin
Cluster Languages of Emotion
Habelschwerdter Allee 45
D-14195 Berlin

37, Karpenisiou
Appartment 13
CY-1077 Nicosia
Tel. +357 22262261
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