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ENGLISH EDUCATION INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE (EDUTICON)

nglish Education International Conference (EDUTICON) is a biennial international conference conducted by English Education Study Program, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, University of Jambi (English UNJA). Starting in 2015, This forum gathers researchers, educators, and enthusiasts in English language education and all related disciplines from all over the world to discuss, share, and disseminate their research, best practices, ideas, and innovations in the fields of English language education and related fields.

  • PAST EVENT: EDUTICON 2015. Theme: "Redefining English Education in the 21st Century". Novita Hotel, Jambi, November 4th - 5th, 2015
  • UPCOMING: EDUTICON 2017. Theme: “Going beyond boundaries: Connecting ELT to today’s world”. Odua Weston, Jambi, September 6th - 7th, 2017

  • EDUTICON 2015

    November 4, 2016 – November 5, 2016

    The 21st century has witnessed the rapid development of the technology, particularly information and communication technology (ICT), which has changed not only how we live and behave, but also how we interact, even how we perceive knowledge and this world. The growingly ubiquitous kinds of technology have intruded all aspects of life and posed both opportunities and challenges in myriad fields, including education. Moreover, ICT has also diminished the geopolitical boundaries and thus created a borderless, limitless world where humans from different corners of the earth, different sociocultural and linguistic backgrounds, get connected, interact, and communicate. In conjunction with this, the 21st century is also marked by a massive shift in world politics, economics, and other factors. The accumulation of these have called for attempts of redefining the world as we know it today. For practitioners and enthusiasts of English language education, for example, the 21st century have brought about some changes that force us to redefine what we know and mean by language, language learning, and teaching. We are challenged to view these notions from broader perspectives and by integrating multidimensional approaches beyond language itself in pursuit of the betterment of English language education. As the success of English language education is determined by numerous factors such as teachers, curriculum, learning materials and media, etc., research and discussions from various related fields are of great significance. To respond to this challenge, English Education Study Program University of Jambi took an initiative to hold a conference that will bring together educators, researchers, experts, and enthusiasts to share, discuss, and disseminate their studies and best practices in the fields of English language education. Aimed at providing a medium for discussion and sharing on various topics related to the theme, the conference presents invited speakers from Indonesia and overseas. Participants are expected to get engaged in inspiring and enriching moments as they discuss, gather, and network with colleagues from different places in the conference titled English Education International Conference (EDUTICON) 2015

     

  • EDUTICON 2017

    September 6, 2017 – September 7, 2017

    In the past decades, development of English Language Teaching (ELT) has moved rapidly toward a more collaborative, adaptable, and technology-driven structure defined by dynamic characteristics of 21st century learning. This year’s conference theme, “Going beyond boundaries: Connecting ELT to today’s world”, seeks to explore this strengthening interplay between ELT and the business of 21st century world. In this conference we hope to bring together scholars in ELT to share insights from their research and teaching practices that are relevant to our theme and subthemes.

Sample and Demo Conference

This dummy conference is achieved for demonstrated OCS UNJA. It will show how OCS work and what fiture that available in OCS. Open Conference Systems is a research and development initiative of the PublicKnowledge Project at the University of British Columbia. Its continuingdevelopment is currently overseen by a partnership among UBC's PublicKnowledge Project, the Canadian Center for Studies in Publishing, and theSimon Fraser University Library. Open Conference Systems (OCS) is an open source solution to managing andpublishing scholarly conferences online. OCS is a highly flexible managementand publishing system that can be downloaded for free and installed on a localWeb server.

Conference Theme: "Open Conference Systems (OCS) is an open source solution to managing andpublishing scholarly conferences online."

Conference day: 15 May 2017

Vanue : Grant Aston City Hall Hotel and Serviced Residences Medan

  • Sample and Demo Conference 2017

    May 15, 2017 – May 18, 2017

    Open Conference Systems (OCS) is an open source solution to managing andpublishing scholarly conferences online. OCS is a highly flexible managementand publishing system that can be downloaded for free and installed on a localWeb server.It has been designed to reduce the time and energy devoted to the clerical andmanagerial tasks associated with managing a conference, while improving therecord-keeping and efficiency of editorial processes. It seeks to improve thescholarly and public quality of conference publishing through a number ofinnovations, from making policies more transparent to improving indexing.

    OCS
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Open Conference Systems is a free Web publishing tool that will create acomplete Web presence for your scholarly conference. OCS will allow you to:

    1. Create a conference Web site

    2. Manage conferences that occur more than once (e.g., yearly)

    3. Compose and send a call for papers

    4. Electronically accept paper and abstract submissions

    5. Allow paper submitters to edit their work

    6. Conduct peer reviews

    7. Post conference proceedings and papers in a searchable format

    8. Schedule a Conference

    9. Post, if you wish, the original data sets

    10. Register participants, including accepting payments

    11. Integrate post-conference online discussions

    12. Utilize an e-mail template system

    13. Support multiple languages with localization files

    14. Take advantage of more customizable, scalable and secure code

    Keynote Spekaer:

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