Deadline: May 15th, 2008
Proposals for 30-minute papers or 90-minute panels on any issue relating to CLAC are welcome, although the following topics are of particular interest:
- Institutional, professional, and practical obstacles to CLAC
- CLAC: in competition or collaboration with foreign language departments?
- Innovative interdepartmental or interinstitutional links
- CLAC models for less commonly taught languages or heritage languages
- Preparing graduate students and faculty to implement CLAC
- The role of Title VI Centers and other funding agencies
- CLAC evaluation and assessment
- Sample teaching materials: syllabi, classroom activities, lesson plans
- The use of technology in CLAC
- The implications of national foreign language standards on CLAC
- Languages for special purposes / professional use / service learning
Selected papers will be published on the CLAC conference website. Submission of a proposal constitutes agreement to online publication. This in no way limits the authorís rights to publish the paper elsewhere.