Conference Tracks


Colloquium
Colloquia are to be 90 minutes long. A colloquium proposal should specify three or more presenters who will address the conference theme. Preference will be given to colloquia that cut across different languages or language groups.

Poster Presentation
Poster and presentation sessions may focus on completed work or work in progress related to the teaching and/or learning of less commonly taught languages. They may be in either:  the traditional poster format, such as presentation of materials, or of research completed or in progress, or demonstrations of instructional or information technology. (NB, any proposal in this category requiring technical support must specify in detail the type of hardware or software needed). Poster presentations will be 30 minutes.

Individual Paper - African Language Methodology
Individual papers are to be 20 minutes long which should include time for questions and discussion. A paper should focus clearly on issues related to the main conference theme. Papers may be based on research or practical experience.

Individual Paper - African Language Curriculum
Individual papers are to be 20 minutes long which should include time for questions and discussion. A paper should focus clearly on issues related to the main conference theme. Papers may be based on research or practical experience.

Individual Paper - African Language Testing and Assessment
Individual papers are to be 20 minutes long which should include time for questions and discussion. A paper should focus clearly on issues related to the main conference theme. Papers may be based on research or practical experience.

Individual Paper - African Language Material Development
Individual papers are to be 20 minutes long which should include time for questions and discussion. A paper should focus clearly on issues related to the main conference theme. Papers may be based on research or practical experience.

Individual Paper - African Language L2 Research
Individual papers are to be 20 minutes long which should include time for questions and discussion. A paper should focus clearly on issues related to the main conference theme. Papers may be based on research or practical experience.

Individual Paper - African Language Training and Development
Individual papers are to be 20 minutes long which should include time for questions and discussion. A paper should focus clearly on issues related to the main conference theme. Papers may be based on research or practical experience.

Individual Paper - African Language Technology
Individual papers are to be 20 minutes long which should include time for questions and discussion. A paper should focus clearly on issues related to the main conference theme. Papers may be based on research or practical experience.

Individual Paper - Other African Language Innovations
Individual papers are to be 20 minutes long which should include time for questions and discussion. A paper should focus clearly on issues related to the main conference theme. Papers may be based on research or practical experience.

Individual Paper - Language Specific Kiswahili
Individual papers are to be 20 minutes long which should include time for questions and discussion. A paper should focus clearly on issues related to the main conference theme. Papers may be based on research or practical experience. This should be submitted in the Swahili language.

Individual Paper - Language Specific IsiZulu
Individual papers are to be 20 minutes long which should include time for questions and discussion. A paper should focus clearly on issues related to the main conference theme. Papers may be based on research or practical experience. This should be submitted in the Zulu language.

Individual Paper - Language Specific Yoruba
Individual papers are to be 20 minutes long which should include time for questions and discussion. A paper should focus clearly on issues related to the main conference theme. Papers may be based on research or practical experience. This should be submitted in the Yoruba language.

Individual Paper - Language Specific Wolof
Individual papers are to be 20 minutes long which should include time for questions and discussion. A paper should focus clearly on issues related to the main conference theme. Papers may be based on research or practical experience. This should be submitted in the Wolof language.