TESOL Research Network events
The TESOL Research Network organises and hosts a number of events and activities for researchers and teachers with an interest in TESOL.
Saturday, September 7, 2013
The University of Sydney TESOL Research Network Colloquium aims to provide a forum to discuss and share research in the area of TESOL as well as explore possible future research collaborations in this area. The colloquium is a place for networking, for established and new TESOL researchers. It will include presentation sessions on a wide range of TESOL and TESOL-related research both in progress and completed. It will also include a networking session for people working in the area of TESOL research. The aim is to provide an opportunity for established and new TESOL researchers to talk to each other about their research and to explore possible future research collaborations.
- TESOL Research Network Colloquium 2013 webpage
- submit a symposium or research paper proposal for 2013 colloquium
Deadline for submissions is July 31.
- apply to attend free pre-colloquium workshop/s on Friday, September 6
Deadline for applications is August 16.
- register to attend colloquium on Saturday, September 7
Deadline for registrations is August 16.
Researchers from within and outside the University are invited to speak throughout the year on their areas of research. Previous speakers have included Tim McNamara from the University of Melbourne, Alastair Pennycook from the University of Technology, Sydney, Angela Scarino from the University of South Australia, Irma Olmeda from the University of Illinois at Chicago, Sally O'Hagan from the University of Melbourne, Natasha Artemeva from Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.
The University of Sydney Papers in TESOL is a peer-reviewed, working-paper journal, which is published each year by the TESOL Program in the Faculty of Education and Social Work at the University of Sydney, Australia.
Click here to view the papers online
The Visiting Scholar Program was established to enable researchers working in the area of TESOL to come to the faculty to work on collaborative research projects with members of the TESOL Research Network.
Click here to be redirected to the faculty's visiting scholar policy