Welcome to the ERF World Congress 6 Proposal Submission Site
This website is where attendees will submit their presentations to the conference and where international attendees will register and pay when registration opens on Nov 1st. The Call for Papers will be open until February 15th 2023 with announcements of acceptance to present sent out on March 31st 2023. People needing an early acceptance can request this at the time of submission.
The main website with information about the conference itself such as important dates, scholarships and so forth is here (https://erfoundation.org/erwc6/).
If you have never used this website before, you must go through THREE steps. If you have already registered with edzila for another conference such as ERAW2021 or ERAW 2022, then go straight to Step 2.
STEP 1: Users new to this website must register with this site first: Click 'Start Here' and then add your information. Create a username for yourself. Click Sign up. If you have a gmail account you can use that to register with the site (Click the colorful G for google).
STEP 2: Come back to this page and Login. Join the ERWC6 conference area inside this site. (There may be other conferences on Edzil.la at the same time.) You will see a message asking you to join ERWC6
STEP 3: After you are logged into the ERWC6 area, then click "Make a submission". Click "Present at ERWC6". Read the instructions and then click "Go to submission form" at the top. Enter your information and click "Submit".
We will add registration and payment information later.
If you have problems you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Doreen Ewert is Professor in the Department of Rhetoric & Language at the University of San Francisco, and Director of Academic English for Multilingual Students Program. She also teaches in the MA TESOL Program at LCC International University in Lithuania. Her pedagogically-oriented research and writing focus on SL/FL literacy development, assessment, content-based instruction, and extensive reading.
Francisca Maria Ivone
Francisca Maria Ivone teaches at the Department of English, Faculty of Letters, Universitas Negeri Malang, Indonesia. She researches ELT, Technology-Enhanced Language Learning, Extensive Listening and Viewing, Extensive Reading, learning autonomy, and collaborative learning. During her language study and teaching years, she used and benefited from Extensive Reading, Listening, and Viewing, as well as the use of technology in language teaching and learning.
Michael Lacey Freeman
Michael Lacey Freeman has been working in the field of ELT for over 30 years as a teacher and course book writer. He is also a storyteller and has travelled extensively around the world to spread the message that words are powerful. Twelve of his graded readers have been published, five of which have won ERF Language Learner Literature Awards.
Willy A Renandya
Dr. Willy A Renandya is a language teacher educator with extensive teaching experience in Asia. He currently teaches applied linguistics courses at the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He has given more than 100 keynote presentations at international ELT conferences and has published extensively in the area of second language education.