Contributions on your planned, current or finished research can be submitted in the form of research reports, reviews, position papers, technobiographies or project proposals. They should all explain which aspects of your work can be called “smart.”
There are three stages:
1. Submit your abstract before 28 February 2022. You will receive a notification of acceptance by 31 March, 2022. Follow the instructions in the template.
2. Should you wish your paper to be included in the proceedings (published with ISBN number), you should submit a 4000 word text by 30 April, 2022. These papers will be double-blind reviewed. The best papers will be presented in a plenary session.
3. Selected papers will be published as longer articles, including the feedback received at the conference, in Computer Assisted Language Learning.
Submit your abstract here.
More information will be made available shortly for presenters who had abstracts accepted for the 2020 round of submissions.
Selected submissions will be presented in a plenary session. The best (post)graduate student presentation will be considered for the Jaclyn Ng Shi Ing Award, and an experienced colleague will receive the CALL 2022 Lifetime Achievement Award.
The proceedings containing optional papers will be published with an ISBN number, and extended selected papers will appear as articles in Computer Assisted Language Learning. The deadline for submission of abstracts is 30 April, 2022. The conference website and submission system will be available from December 15th, 2021.