- Presentations (25 minutes) on a single topic followed by the opportunity for questions and discussion.
- Workshops (50 minutes) in which a facilitator leads attendees in discussing, reflecting on or applying the theme of the activity.
- Posters which present research results, pedagogical approaches, etc. will be displayed. Time will be allocated for presenters to discuss their posters and answer questions from conference attendees.
Presentations might address (but are not limited to) the following topics:
- Is EAP global or local?
- What does it mean to teach EAP in local contexts?
- How do we adapt EAP curricula in different contexts? What are some of the local innovations?
- How do we maintain our identity as EAP practitioners in increasingly globalized academic communities?
- How does English as the academic lingua franca impact EAP teaching?
- How has EAP pedagogy changed in recent years and how does this impact us?
- How can the changes in EAP teaching meet the increasing demands of internationalization and multilingualism in higher education?
Proposals for presentations, workshops and posters should not exceed 250 words. When submitting an abstract please also send a brief bio of up to 100 words.