Friday, April 7

8:30 – 9am Registration and Breakfast

9 – 10:30 am Opening plenary panel

Panel of innovators from AALAC schools discuss driving questions so as to lay the groundwork and set the tone for the breakout sessions.

10:30 – 12pm Breakout session 1

Topic 1: What forms of teaching and learning does the digital privilege and are those approaches aligned with what we want for language learners? How can we reach more learners more effectively?

Topic 2: How does digital language learning complement face-to-face language instruction? What can/does  hybridity in language learning look like?

Topic 3: How can digital language practices connect students successfully across cultural and national borders to impact intercultural communication?

12 – 1:30pm Lunch

1:30 – 2:30pm Lightning round

Short presentations led by attendees that highlight tools, approaches, and projects.

2:30 – 4:30pm Breakout session 2

6pm Evening reception & technology test kitchen

Saturday, April 8

8:30 – 9am Breakfast

9 – 10:30am Breakout session 3

10:30 – 1pm Plenary session with group discussion and reports from breakout sessions

12:00pm – 1pm Lunch

1:00 – 2:00pm Lightning round

2:00 – 3:30pm Unconference

Participant-led explorations and discussions. This is a time for bringing in other issues in order to take the conference from high-level issues to problem-based issues.