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2017 program

Sessions

Opening Remarks

Maria Kosinski, NASILP President

Mike Ledgerwood, Chair of Dept. of                World Languages & Cultures,             Samford University

Panel Discussion

1:45pm – “Establishing a Self-Instructional Language Program: The NASILP Model in Action”

Jenny Faile, moderator

University of South Alabama

Round One Sessions

3:30pm – “Self-Instruction Features of        Mango Languages”

                Thomas Thibeault, Samford University

4:15pm – “Strategies for Developing            Digital Literacies and Interpersonal             Communication Skills”

                Anita Huang

Birmingham-Southern College           

5:00pm – “Language Learning: Online       Resources to Aid Self-Study”

                María González, Samford University

Round Two Sessions

9:15am – “Path to Proficiency: A Sampling of            Assessments”

                Kristy Britt, University of South Alabama

10:00am – “Mobile-Friendly Online Language          Learning Courses for LCTLs”

                Scott Brill, Language Canvas LLC

Round Three Sessions

11:00am – “Learning Strategies for Self-                       Instruction”

                Heather West, Samford University

11:45am – “Expanding SILP Offerings through        Shared Courses”

                Jane Canova, Williams College

                Lioba Gerhardi, Vassar College

Scholarship opportunity By Boren Award
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