Events

CELT runs seminars, CPD events, and conferences throughout the academic year. 

Events 2021

The Language Centre Summer Conference will be hosted by the University of Leeds Language Centre on July 30th, 2021. The conference will have a dedicated day for live sessions, accompanied by pre-recorded presentations with space to comment and exchange ideas asynchronously. Online pedagogy at Leeds has transformed over the past year, foregrounding communication and collaboration…
This talk reports and reflects on the use of collaborative autoethnography (CAE) as a flexible and accessible method for engagement in scholarship and CPD for EAP and language teaching practitioners. As practitioners teaching EAP in creative disciplines across four different HEIs we will reflect on our use of the method as part of a longer-term collaborative scholarship project.
The recordings of the event are available here.   Linguistic diversity can be the source of implicit bias: often without realising it, we judge others based on how we interpret their accent, their use of regional language traits, their choice of vocabulary. On Friday 23rd of April (11:00-13:30), CELT and Language@Leeds are hosting an event to shed…
The 22nd Association of University Language Communities’ (AULC) annual conference will take place over 3 days (Mon 29 – Wed 31 March 2021) and will be hosted by the University of Leeds, online. The conference title is [Digital] Practitioners, Pedagogy and Policy. The aim of the conference is to enable language centre practitioners, language educators and scholars to present and discuss…
The aim of this event is to showcase and celebrate colleagues’ recent scholarship exploring the complex role(s) language(s) play in HE teaching and learning.
The recordings of this event are now available to view at: Part 1 and Part 2 You are cordially invited to this CELT online event which aims to bring together colleagues and postgraduate researchers who are involved in computational linguistics and/or language teaching. Developers of frequency and collocations lists are not always aware of how…