Past Events

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

Information and resources from some of our past events are listed here:

2020

Computational Linguistics & Language Teaching – 13th November 2020, 15:00 -17:00

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 language teachers and learners use these tools. Similarly, not many language teachers are aware of how these lists are designed and how the context of the corpora they use can have an impact on language teaching. The event will start with ‘How corpora are designed’, then will move on to ‘How they are used for language pedagogical purposes’. We are delighted to have contributors who are academic staff and PG researchers from the School of Computing, the School of Languages, Cultures and Societies (LCS) and our Language Centre (LC) at the University of Leeds. Please see the event programme and come to share your experiences!

2019 

2018 

2017 

 

2016 

  • White Rose Symposium: ‘Interculturality in UK HE: shifts to a critical and transcultural approach’ (14/12/2016) Discussant: Dr. Alex Ding. Speakers:
    • Dr. Haynes Collins, University of Leeds – Critical Interculturality: Contesting imposed identities within HE and beyond
    • Dr. Paul Roberts and Victoria Jack, University of York – Transcultural Communication: Employability and global citizenship
    • Dr. Jane Woodin, University of Sheffield – Interculturality and language learning: Transcending the boundaries of native-speakerness in tandem encounters
  • Applying for Fellowship with the HEA (13/12/2016)
  • Scholarship lunchtime event: ‘What counts as scholarship?’ (12/12/2016)
  • Scholarship lunchtime event: ‘Engaging with scholarship’ (22/11/2016)
  • Scholarship lunchtime event: ‘How to get Scholarship funding’ (15/6/2016)
  • Contextualizing Scholarship and Research in Language Education: Some Thoughts and Experiences (24/2/2016)
  • Dr. Ian Bruce (University of Waikato) EAP Course Design and the Centrality of Discourse, Genre and Text (17/2/2016)