Call for Papers / Research Participants

Kyoto JALT’s MyShare – Call for Presentations (deadline: 17 February, 2023)

The Kyoto chapter is accepting presentation proposals for our upcoming MyShare event.

In this event, we look forward to continuing our tradition of offering insightful and useful research
as well as experience-based ideas to help start your classes at the beginning of the new year.
There are two types of submissions:

All presentation times include a Q&A period.

Discussions and other less traditional forms of presentation (e.g. reports about research in progress) are welcome as well.



Prior Themes:

  1. Getting to Know You: A First Day of the Year Activity that Keeps on Giving
  2. Formulaic Focused Vocabulary Instruction: Moving Beyond Isolated Vocabulary Instruction
  3. Finding and Developing Students Writers’ Voice by Utilizing Unexpected Questions
  4. How to Keep Students Engaged During Extensive Listening Activities
  5. Writers’ Workshop Method for Reading Class

JALT2023 International Conference Call for Presentation Proposals

JALT2023 Call for Presentations

JALTCALL 2023 call for proposals now open!

JALTCALL 2023 logo
JALTCALL 2023 Conference logo

After three long years of being fully online, the JALTCALL conference is returning to its traditional format of in-person presentations for the 2023 conference in Kumamoto. All speakers and presentations will be face-to-face and streamed through CVent for our remote attendees. All F2F posters will be made available in digital format, hosted on Padlet, so that online attendees can easily leave comments and questions.

In addition to two keynote speakers, JALTCALL 2023 will offer the following presentation formats: paper presentation (30 min), show and tell (30 min), poster (40 min), and workshop (70 min).

Call for proposals deadline: February 14th

Conference dates: June 2nd – June 4th

(A limited number of conference grants will be available for those with no or limited funding as well as support for proposal abstract writing for first-time and junior presenters. See the JALTCALL 2023 website for more details)

Call for Conference Proposals: 2023 Sojo University Teaching and Learning Forum (SUTLF)

Conference date: Saturday, February 18th

Call for Proposals is now open (closes January 6th)

Location: Kumamoto, Sojo International Learning Center (Hybrid) 

Students get in free and we do have a special student presentation category!

Taking Reflections and Reconfigurations as a theme, the 7th SUTLF conference will explore what teaching and learning means in 2023. It is a chance to examine what we have learned – about education, about our students, and about ourselves – from teaching, studying, and living through a pandemic. It is a chance to contemplate the changes we can expect as classrooms and campuses fill with students and restrictions begin to lift. 

2023 PanSIG Call for Presentations: Deadline 23 January, 2023

The JALT PanSIG 2023 Conference will take place from May 12th to 14th 2023 at Kyoto Sangyo University (京都産業大学) in Kyoto. It will be a face-to-face event with live broadcast sessions and pre-recorded video presentations.

The theme for PanSIG 2023 is “Looking forward” to sustainable futures in language education. Based on what we have learned through the experiences of recent years, we feel it is time to look forward and focus on what lies ahead, both in terms of expectations and planning. The goal of the conference is to establish and foster connections between people.  We hope to build on the work of other contemporary conferences “(Re)Imagining Language Education” (PanSIG 2022) and “Designing Future Society for Our Lives” (2025 World Expo in Osaka).



PanSIG Call for Presentations