OASIS activities and presentations

To teachers:    

  • Müller, L.-M., & Marsden, E. (November 2018). Online and open-access research summaries for the language classroom – the OASIS project. Presentation at the NALDIC conference  (download MS powerpoint file).
  • Müller, L.-M. (July 2018). OASIS Extending the reach of research. Establishing and sustaining a culture of accessible summaries of applied linguistics research. Presentation at the Language Alliance Meeting.

To academic audiences:

  • Plonsky, L., & Russell, V. (2018, November). Research front and center: Focus on theory and practice. Plenary panel (Moderator: Aleidine Moeller) presented at the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), New Orleans, Louisiana (download MS powerpoint file).
  • Marsden, E., Plonsky, L., Kasprowicz, R., & McManus, K. (2018, November). Enabling and extending access to L2 research through OASIS. Paper presented at the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Marsden, et al. (September, 2018). OASIS - Extending the reach of research. Presentation at British Association for Applied Linguistic (BAAL) 2018 Conference  (download MS powerpoint file).
  • Andringa, S.  & Van Beuningen, C. (September 2018). Presentation. Dutch second and foreign language educators’ engagement with L2 research. EuroSLA conference in Münster, Germany.
  • Andringa, S. (June 2018). Presentation. Extending the reach of research: Establishing and sustaining a culture of accessible summaries of applied linguistics research. AILA executive board meeting. Groningen, the Netherlands.
  • Marsden, E. & Kasprowicz, R. (June 2018). Invited presentation. Making research into primary language learning accessible: Open Accessible Summaries of Research in Language Studies. Second Language Learning in the Primary Years ESRC funded conference, University College London.
  • Plonsky, L. (April 2018). Keynote speaker. Instructed second-language research: Taking a bird's-eye view. International conference on English Language Teaching and Learning, National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan.

To student audiences:

  • Plonsky, L. (May 2018). Invited presentation. The SLA-practice interface: What do we know? Where are we going? University de la Sabana, Bogota, Colombia.