Past events

We host and sponsor many events throughout the year. Here are some events from the past 12 months.

Recordings of selected events are available for members only. Become a member to view recordings are receive other membership benefits, or contact us if you are already a member. We’ll send you the password.

September 21-22, 2018: LASIG conference in Brno, Czech Republic. The event, titled The teacher’s role in development of learner autonomy, explored the specific and ever-changing role that the language teacher plays within the context of autonomous learning. Read more about this event in Brno.

September 22, 2018: Varinder Unlu webinar. Self-Organised Learning Environments – do they work? Watch the recording of Varinder’s webinar (LASIG members only)

April 9-13, 2018: IATEFL annual conference, Brighton. We hosted a pre-conference event (PCE)  and a SIG day. The PCE featured 16 poster presentations about learner autonomy projects from around the world. Some highlights from our SIG day were sessions on peer assessment, reflection, learning from our learners and online platforms, just to name a few.

January 26, 2018: Hayo Reinders webinar. Augmented reality for encouraging out-of-class learning. Watch the recording of Hayo’s webinar (LASIG members only)

November 25, 2018: IATEFL web conference. Developing learner autonomy in practice. Our panelists started with brief statements, after which they answered questions from viewers and shared their opinions and experiences. Watch the recording of the web conference (LASIG members only)

October 19, 2017: Scott Thornbury webinar. Hyper polyglots: what can they teach us? Watch the recording of Scott’s webinar (LASIG members only)

June 2-3, 2017: Conference, Graz. The conference was devoted to taking stock of what has been achieved so far in the field of language learner autonomy.

June 2, 2017: Annamaria Pinter webinar. From passive objects of research to co-researchers: children developing autonomous skills.