The International Academic Forum (IAFOR)
Founded in 2009, The International Academic Forum (IAFOR) is a politically independent non-partisan and non-profit interdisciplinary think tank, conference organiser and publisher dedicated to encouraging interdisciplinary discussion, facilitating intercultural awareness and promoting international exchange, principally through educational interaction and academic research. Based in Japan, its main administrative office is in Nagoya, and its research centre is in the Osaka School of International Public Policy (OSIPP), a graduate school of Osaka University.
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Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (CALICO)
CALICO, the Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium is a professional organization that serves a membership involved in both education and technology. CALICO has an emphasis on language teaching and learning but reaches out to all areas that employ the languages of the world to instruct and to learn. CALICO is a recognized international clearinghouse and leader in computer assisted learning and instruction. It is a premier global association dedicated to computer-assisted language learning (CALL).
Confédération Européenne des Centres de Langues de l'Enseignement Supérieur (CercleS)
Founded in Strasbourg in 1991, the Confédération Européenne des Centres de Langues de l'Enseignement Supérieur (CECLES) is a European organization that connects language centers and professionals from higher education institutions. Its main goals are to promote language teaching and learning in higher education, foster cooperation among language professionals, and support research and innovation in language teaching and learning. Through conferences, workshops, and other events, CECLES provides a platform for language professionals to exchange ideas and share best practices.
European Association for Computer-Assisted Language Learning (EUROCALL)
The European Association for Computer-Assisted Language Learning (EUROCALL) is a professional association that promotes the use of technology in language teaching and learning across Europe. EUROCALL provides a forum for researchers, practitioners, and educators to share their knowledge and expertise on the use of technology in language education. The organization also hosts conferences, workshops, and online events to promote collaboration and networking within the field. Additionally, EUROCALL publishes a peer-reviewed journal and other publications to disseminate research and best practices in the field of computer-assisted language learning (CALL).
International Association for Language Learning Technology (IALLT)
IALLT is a meeting ground for professionals with overlapping interests: language teachers, librarians, lawyers, architects, software developers and others. IALLT is a community of volunteers dedicated to providing students and teachers the best language methods and technologies possible.
Korea Association of Multimedia-Assisted Language Learning (KAMALL)
The Korea Association of Multimedia-Assisted Language Learning (KAMALL) is a professional organization that aims to promote the use of multimedia technology in language education in Korea. KAMALL provides a platform for researchers, practitioners, and educators to exchange ideas, share research findings, and collaborate on projects related to multimedia-assisted language learning (MALL). The organization hosts conferences, workshops, and seminars to facilitate networking and professional development opportunities for its members. KAMALL also publishes a scholarly journal and other publications to disseminate research and best practices in MALL. Additionally, KAMALL works to increase public awareness of the importance of MALL in language education and advocates for policies that support its integration in educational settings.
Japan Association for Language Education and Technology (LET)
The Japan Association for Language Education and Technology (LET) is a nonprofit professional organization dedicated to the enhancement of foreign language teaching in Japan and the development of media and information technologies in education. With a 50-year history, LET has strongly encouraged the development, improvement and exchange of ideas and resources amongst not only educators, but individuals of all backgrounds who share an interest in this field. The LET vision is to create a vast community of individuals interested in developing and sharing a rich abundance of resources and information.
Asia Pacific Virtual Exchange Association (APVEA)
The Asia Pacific Virtual Exchange Association (APVEA) was established with the goal of linking students in the Asia Pacific region and beyond via virtual exchanges. The growing need for more dialogue amongst the many countries that make up the dynamic Asia Pacific region and other countries around the world, spurred the committee on to developing this new association so that it now works to expand virtual exchange not just in the Asia-Pacific region, but around the world.