CCERBAL forum event on Tuesday, November 30
Don’t miss the next event organized as part of the CCERBAL forums. This lecture, entitled “The Racialized Somatic Norm in the ELT [English Language Teaching] Workplace”, will be given on Zoom by (University of Toronto). This presentation will take place on Tuesday, November 30 from noon to 1:15 p.m. in English only. To register, please . You will receive the Zoom link in your confirmation email. Please send any accommodation requests to the same email address. .
2021 ACPI conference | December 3 and 4
Take part in the Canadian Association of Immersion Professionals (ACPI) annual conference, entitled ! It features a keynote address given by author Kim Thúy on how learning a language inspires love for a culture. In addition, Professor Sylvie Roy (University of Calgary) will give a lecture on the role that French immersion plays in the sociolinguistics of change. This major online event will be broadcast live from Banff on December 3 and 4. It will tackle a number of areas, including wellness, openness to the world, effective pedagogy, emerging topics, and creativity. .
New article by a professor-student pair | Language teachers’ (digital) written corrective feedback practices and a digital tool to optimize them
Congratulations to Professor , Director of Graduate Studies at OLBI, and to Louis-David Bibeau, MA in Bilingualism Studies Student at OLBI, for the publication of an article entitled ! This article will be published in the 2021 edition of the Apprentissage des langues et systèmes d’information et de communication (Alsic) journal.
Please note that Professor Hamel also hosted . The latter was recorded as part of the Digital and Language Teaching and Learning study day held on March 25, 2021.
The pictorial journey of a new MA in Bilingualism Studies Graduate | Video
To celebrate this fall’s Convocation ceremonies, OLBI’s communications team has produced a short, inspiring video of Julia Bergeron’s journey. She is a proud holder of both a Master’s Degree in Bilingualism Studies and a Bachelor’s Degree in Second Language Teaching from OLBI. Learn more about her academic and career path and her tips for new students, along with her plans for the future. . Congratulations again to the newest members of the University of Ottawa alumni family!