Call for Abstracts

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  • Call for Abstracts

PPTELL 2024:

Impactful Technologies and Computer-Assisted Language Learning 


Abstracts Submission Guidelines

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

PPTELL 2024 sincerely invites abstract submission that shows originality based on theoretical or practical works focusing on global connectivity in technology-enhanced language learning with the following topics related to the theme—Impactful Technologies and Language Learning, but are not limited to: 

  • Collaboration between Technological Industries and CALL/TELL researchers 

  • Second language acquisition theories and technology enhanced language learning 

  • Technologies for multilingual and multiliteracy development

  • Technologies for intercultural learning and communication

  • Technologies and language teaching in early years education

  • Technologies integration into EMI 

  • Technologies and ESP courses

  • Technologies and language teacher education

  • Teacher identity and believes

  • Approaches and methods to researching technologies-enhanced language learning 

  • Technologies and language assessment

  • Technologies for equitable language education

  • Multimodality and technology-enhanced language learning/teaching

  • The sustainability of impactful technologies

  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)

  • Adaptive learning systems for customized content and recommendations. 
  • Chatbots and virtual tutors powered by AI for real-time assistance.
  • Online Learning Platforms

  • How online learning platforms, such as Coursera, edX, and Khan Academy, enable learners to access education from anywhere with an internet connection and their effects on language learning
  • Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR)

  • How VR and AR technologies make making learning more engaging and interactive for language learners.
  • Gamification: 

  • Educational games and apps and their effects on motivating students to achieve learning objectives
  • Mobile Learning:

  • The use of mobile apps and responsive websites for learners to access educational content on-the-go.
  • Open Educational Resources (OER): 

  • freely accessible educational materials and its impact on language learning.
  • Cloud Computing

  • Cloud-based platforms facilitate collaborative learning, document sharing, and remote access to educational resources. 
  • Big Data and Learning Analytics: 

  • Using data and learning analytics to track student progress, identify at-risk students, and optimize curriculum and teaching methods for better outcomes.
  • Natural Language Processing (NLP): 

  • NLP technologies power language learning apps and tools that can provide instant feedback on language proficiency, grammar, and pronunciation.
  • Machine Learning and Predictive Analytics: 

  • Machine learning algorithms can analyze large datasets to identify patterns and trends in education, helping educators make data-driven decisions to improve student performance.
  • Video Conferencing and Collaboration Tools: 

  • Tools, such as Zoom and Microsoft Teams, have become essential for remote and hybrid learning, enabling real-time interaction between teachers and students and facilitating group projects.


Types of presentations

  Oral presentation:  

  • The presentations should report on original research related to TELL.
  • The duration of a presentation is 20 minutes, including time for discussion

  ​Poster presentation:   

  • The poster format is A0.
  • Presentations should contain images and information that attendees can read and which can be explained by the presenters.

  • The duration of a poster session is one hour. Presenters should be present for the duration of their scheduled time.

Best Poster Award

  Evaluation criteria: 

  • Presentation delivery (40%)
  • The completeness of the study (30%)
  • The research topic is innovative/creative (30%)

  Technology Showcase:  

  • Technology showcase focuses on hands-on demonstrations of original creative works.
  • Its presentations take place in an informal setting—all presenters in the room present simultaneously while attendees may approach to discuss topics individually.

  • The Showcase lasts for one hour. 

Submission Guidelines:

A submitted abstract is restricted to 500 words. The due date for abstract submission is extended to January 21, 2024 February 9th, 2024. Authors will receive the notification with reviewers’ comments by February 29th, 2024. Abstracts should be submitted in both MS Word and PDF formats online to Upload abstract (PDF version / MS Word version). To accommodate as many researchers as possible to present, each author is only allowed to submit one proposal as the first presenter. Although multiple submissions are allowed, the first presenters are required to choose only one to present.   

Prior to submission, please read and follow the conference templates (PDF version / MS  Word version) carefully. Submissions must not be published previously. All the submissions will be double-blind peer-reviewed. The review will focus on whether the work is original and is of good quality through theoretical and empirical methods. 


There is no need to register to submit a proposal, but presenters must register to attend the conference. If you want to submit the proposal, please "Create an account" to submit your file.

Important Dates:

  • Deadline for Abstract Submission: January 21st, 2024

                                                                                           February 9th, 2024

  • Notification of Abstract Acceptance: February 29th, 2024
  • Deadline for Early Registration: April 30th, 2024
  • Conference Dates: May 16th - May 17th, 2024

►Proposal Submission
For questions regarding this submission, please contact PPTELL 2024 at