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Written By: daveski on April 24, 2010 No Comment

To all who attended the talk by Usree and Dave at the UC Consortium Conference at UC San Diego, thank you for coming! Here is a list of references on blogging and language education that we drew from in the presentation (list is currently being updated):

Abbas Ali Rezaee & Samaneh Oladi. 2008. The […]

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Written By: daveski on January 14, 2010 2 Comments

Several days ago I posted an aside mentioning the UC Consortium for Language Learning and Teaching’s upcoming conference (April 23-25 at UCSD); the deadline’s been extended to Feb. 5 (first extended to Feb. 1), for anyone (like me) who’s been dragging their feet to get the application in.

Hope to see you there!

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Written By: daveski on January 6, 2010 No Comment

The UC Consortium for Language Learning and Teaching will be having its 5th conference from April 23-25 2010 at UC San Diego, for the first time in partnership with the east coast’s Language Consortium. From the flyer:

We invite submissions for presentations from scholars in all disciplines who are involved […]

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Written By: daveski on February 8, 2009 2 Comments

A point of consensus that emerged from Friday’s first session of the UCCLLT colloquium “World Language Proficiency in a California Context” was the need for greater public and political will to support foreign and native and heritage language education in California. The main question of the day seemed to be how to cultivate […]

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Written By: daveski on January 28, 2009 No Comment
Next weekend: “World Language Proficiency in the California Context”

Rick Kern posted previously about the upcoming UC Language Consortium Colloquium: “World Language Proficiency in the California Context”. The event will feature many major speakers about topics of pressing importance for languages and education in California, as described in this new UCB event announcement. The colloquium is […]

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