Conference presentations

Recent or upcoming conference presentations by Language Institute staff include:

The proficiency outcomes of F2F and online intensive summer LCTL programs, Dianna Murphy, ACTFL 2022 Convention, Boston, November 18-20, 2022

Comparing two approaches: Assessing speaking proficiency outcomes of online and face to face intensive LCTL programs, for the colloquium, Using proficiency tests to examine student outcomes and improve learning: Four studies and a discussion of test use, Dianna Murphy, Language Assessment Research Conference, Chicago, September 15-17, 2022

Plenary panel, Enrollments, majors, and the humanities: Data and solutions, Dianna Murphy, MLA MAPS Leadership Institute, June 27, 2022

LCTL Student perceptions of the most engaging activities in developing their speaking abilities, Felecia Lucht, Jana Martin, and Hadis Ghaedi, National Council on the Teaching of Less Commonly Taught Languages (NCOLTCL), April 22-24, 2022

Assessing the speaking proficiency outcomes of online and face-to-face intensive U.S. summer programs in less commonly taught languages, Dianna Murphy, Jana Martin, Felecia Lucht, Hadis Ghaedi, American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL), March 19-22, 2022

Documenting the speaking proficiency gains and outcomes of intensive summer LCTL programs in face-to-face and online/remote instructional contexts, Dianna Murphy, Sonya Sedivy, and Felecia Lucht, plenary for the Interagency Language Roundtable, March 11, 2022

Who aren(n’t) our students?: The demographic profiles of students who earned a bachelor’s degree in Russian language and literature over 20 years, Dianna Murphy, American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages (AATSEEL), February 18-20, 2022. (Canceled)

Kino and Russian Rock: Collaboration and Culture Learning through an Online Game, Dianna Murphy, Karen Evans-Romaine, Anna Tumarkin, et al., American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages (AATSEEL), February 18-20, 2022

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, World Conference of Applied Linguistics (AILA), August 15-20, 2021

From Ideas to Actions: UW-Madison Language Institute Diversity Efforts, Kristin Dalby and Jana Martin, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin Association for Language Teachers (WAFLT), November 4-6, 2021

Marie Kondo Your Classroom Practices: Sparking the Joy of Language Learning & Teaching, Kristin Dalby, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin Association for Language Teachers (WAFLT), November 4-6, 2021