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SYMPOSIUM SCHEDULE

  Thursday 6/24 Friday 6/25 Saturday 6/26
7:30-8:30

Open lab for e-mail
Moore Hall 155B

Open lab for e-mail
Moore Hall 155B
Open lab for e-mail
Moore Hall 155B
8:00-8:30
Jefferson Hall
Coffee/tea & pastries
outside of Asia Room
Coffee/tea & pastries
outside of Asia Room
Coffee/tea & pastries
Keoni
8:30-9:00
Jefferson Hall
Symposium opening
(Schmidt)
Asia Room
Introductory session
(Thompson)
Asia Room
Introductory session
(Savage)
Keoni
9:00-9:45
Jefferson Hall
Rebecca Oxford
Language learning strategies in the context of autonomy
Asia Room
George Gutsche
Technology and learner autonomy: New perspectives
Asia Room
George Jacobs
Toward learner autonomy via cooperative learning
Keoni
9:45-10:00 Break Break Break
10:00-10:45
Jefferson Hall
Felicity Kjisik & Joan Nordlund
From here to autonomy: An adaptable approach for universities
Asia Room
Rainer Kussler
How to achieve learner autonomy in a CALL environment
Asia Room
Carsten Roever
Web-based language testing: Opportunities and challenges
Keoni
10:45-11:30
Jefferson Hall

Graham Crookes & William Savage
Teachers as autonomous learners in a workshop on self-directed leaning
Asia Room

Mary Spratt & Gillian Humphreys
Teachers' and students' contributions to learner autonomy in the classroom
Asia Room
Richard Schmidt
Motivation, strategies, pedagogy, and autonomy
Keoni
11:30-12:45
Jefferson Hall
Lunch
Garden level
Lunch
Garden level
Lunch
Garden level
1:00-1:45
Jefferson Hall
Craig Rodine
Autonomous language learning is strongly supported by Internet voice conferencing

Asia Room
Graham Crookes
On the interface between critical/alternative pedagogy and autonomous/self-directed S/FL learning
Asia Room

pau hana

1:00-1:45
Jefferson Hall
Madeline Spring
Creating individualized instruction in Chinese: Some high- and low-tech models

Kamehameha Room
Yoko Koike
Developing autonomy of learning in a project-based, telecommunications-focused course in advanced Japanese
Kamehameha Room
 
1:00-1:45
Jefferson Hall
Tsung-yuan Hsiao
Investigating use of Likert scales in language learning strategy research
Kaniela Room
Yea-Fen Chen
Building a learning community and developing learner autonomy
Kaniela Room
 
1:45:2:30
Jefferson Hall
Carol Kinahan
Communication strategies: How they may help learners notice the gaps in their interlanguage

Asia Room
George Jacobs
Similarities between student and workplace groups
Asia Room
 
1:45:2:30
Jefferson Hall
Vasu Renganathan
Developing the skill for fast reading with interactive Web exercises

Kamehameha Room
Sarah Withee
Using the computer to teach Japanese letter writing skills
Kamehameha Room
 
1:45:2:30
Jefferson Hall
Fabio Girelli-Carasi
"OGGIE E DOMANI": A fully interactive Italian language course on-line
Kaniela Room
Emi Sakamoto-Jog
A manual of "Self-Directed Language Learning Activities

Kaniela Room
 
2:30-2:45
Jefferson Hall
Break Break  
2:45-3:30
Jefferson Hall
Phyllis Larson
Developing content-based instructional modules for Japanese in a Web environment
Asia Room

William Savage
Assessing learner autonomyand language learning
Asia Room
 
2:45-3:30
Jefferson Hall
Xunfeng Xu
Use of on-line English/Chinese bilingual texts for learning legal English

Kamehameha Room
Erika Gilson
Creative writing in the target language: An enabling activity
Kamehameha Room
 
2:45-3:30
Jefferson Hall
Tim Murphey
Innovative strategies for increasing autonomy
Kaniela Room
Alan Peterka
Pinyin practice Web pages demonstration
Kaniela Room
 
4:00-5:30 Welcome reception
Jefferson Hall lanai

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