The Applied Linguistics Conference invites the submission of papers on original work for consideration for the Conference Program.

Abstract Submission to cover the following strands:

Bilingual and multilingual education
Community languages
Corpus linguistics
Critical pedagogies
Discourse analysis
Early learners and language acquisition
Language and gender
Language and identity
Language and mobility
Language and power
Language and technology
Language for specific purposes
Language maintenance
Language planning and policy
Language testing and assessment
Literacy skills
Pragmatics and rhetorics
Research methodology in applied linguistics
Second and additional language acquisition
Second/foreigh language pedagogy
Teacher education and cognition
Translation and interpretation
Language and Society
Second Language course design and evaluation


Presentation Types for the Program:

Oral Presentations
30 minutes (20 minute presentation, 5 minute Q&A and 5 minute transition time)


2 hours (including 10 minutes for Q&A and transition time)
Aimed at providing opportunities for panel and audience participation, or shared presentations, interactions and discussion around a theme or topic. 


Poster Presentation
We value poster presentations and encourage submissions from those who prefer an alternative to presenting in an oral format. All posters will be displayed throughout the conference as well as having dedicated author presentation/ Q&A time.