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ICLHE East Asia Symposium

The ICLHE East Asia Regional Group is pleased to announce our upcoming symposium. Our 6th annual symposium will be held on 20th April 2024 at the University of Niigata Prefecture. We are planning an exciting day featuring talks and lively roundtable discussions, and for the first time this year, workshops.

Date: 20th April 2024

Time: 11:00am - 6:00pm JST, followed by an informal dinner.

Venue: The University of Niigata Prefecture (Niigata city, Niigata prefecture, Japan)

The entire event will be face-to-face in Japan.

Registration is free and open to all ICLHE members, but pre-registration is required.

Call for Proposals - Presentations

The call for proposals is open and we are accepting submissions for a limited number of presentations for topics related to the use of English (or another language) as a medium instruction (EMI), and/or content and language integrated learning (CLIL). Presentations should be based on original research or practice-oriented studies into issues related to integrating content and language in higher education. Presenters are invited to prepare for a 45-minute presentation session that includes 20 minutes for presentation, 10 minutes for direct Q&A, and 15 minutes for general discussion. Proposals should include the presentation title, an abstract of up to 250 words and a biographical statement of up to 75 words. Proposals should also indicate if the presentation fits in the EMI or CLIL stream.

Call for Proposals - Roundtable Discussions 

We are also inviting proposals from people interested in guiding a roundtable discussion on an ICLHE-related theme. Roundtable proposals should include the theme you are interested in discussing, a short description of questions or issues you plan to raise, and a biographical statement of up to 75 words.

Deadline for proposal submissions: 1st March 2024 

Vetting decisions will be announced in mid-March.

To submit a proposal or register, please visit the East Asia RG in the member zone.

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