English Linguistics, Literature, and Language Teaching in Disruptive Era
Advances in information and communication technology (ICT) has led us to a disruptive era, where changes in every aspect of life is relentless and is unfolding on many fronts. The availability of electronic devices and digital technologies have heavily influenced language learning by improving our understanding of the learning process, facilitating our access to content, increasing the retention of learners by improving the educational experience, or addressing systemic inequalities by making learning affordable. Changes in cultural and linguistic diversity is also unavoidable impact of this disruptive era.
The 1st International Conference on English Linguistics, Literature, and Language Teaching aims to bring together educators, researchers, and practitioners with interests in Linguistics, Literature, and Language Teaching at all levels from all around the world. It is organised to provide a high quality academic platform for the EFL communities to promote and strengthen connections between theory and practice, and explore different perspectives on the application of up-to-date research findings in this disruptive era into different practices.
Researchers, scholars, teachers and practitioners are invited to submit their papers to The 1st International Conference on English Linguistics, Literature, and Language Teaching (ICE3L)