The rapid advancement of technology has enhanced language learning and language teaching, through increasingly prevalent computer mediated environments. Many advanced digital tools and useful multimedia, technical and web resources are now available. The word Chinese in this conference can be understood as: (1) the language to be learnt and taught; and (2) the learner population. The conference focuses on two major domains: Language and Technology.
Paper abstracts, panel proposals or product synopses are welcome on areas such as the following:
A1. Learning Modern Standard Chinese by speakers of Chinese A2. Learning Chinese dialects by speakers of Chinese A3. Learning foreign languages by speakers of Chinese A4. Learning Modern Standard Chinese by speakers of minority languages in China A5. Learning Modern Standard Chinese by non-Chinese speakers A6. Language learning and assessment of typical and atypical children and adults A7. Neurological and cognitive basis of language development A8. Theoretical frontiers of language learning and teaching
B1. Computer-aided/assisted/mediated language learning B2. Data mining applications in E-learning B3. Corpus-based modeling of language learning and teaching B4. Computer-aided language assessment B5. Online language testing and evaluation B6. Web-based and online social network language learning technologies B7. Application of Cloud computing in digital language learning and teaching B8. Innovative approaches to language learning and teaching
Conference Language: English and Chinese