Conference presentations

Language Institute staff regularly contribute to the profession by actively participating in regional, national and international conferences and events.

Upcoming


Why University Students Do and Don’t Study Languages. An Inter-Institutional Study to Inform Responses to Declining Enrollments in LCTLs, Dianna Murphy, with Felix Kronenberg and Koen Van Gorp, Michigan State University, AILA: 2021 World Conference of Applied Linguistics

Past


Languages for All? Student Perspectives on the Value of Language Learning, Dianna Murphy and Jana Martin, American Council on the Teaching of Foreign  Languages 2020 Convention

Bucky is a Polyglot! Everything You Want to Know about Language Education and Outreach at UW-Madison, Kristin Dalby, Wisconsin Association For Language Teachers Virtual Fall Conference, November 6-7, 2020

Learning from Student Writing to Develop Effective Peer Review Skills, Kristin Dalby, Virtual TESOL, July 16-18, 2020

Co-curricular Activities and Community Building in Uncertain Times, Conversations: Co-curricular Activities and Events: Building Communities of Learners, Laura Marshall, American Council of Teachers of Russian, July 24, 2020

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