The 2nd UNNES English Student Conference
Digital Literacy and Language Learning
Monday, September 16, 2019
Call for Abstracts
The conference is held to accommodate the need of UNNES’ English Department students to perform in academic forums, i.e., sharing their research findings with their peers or articulating their ideas and thoughts around their interests in TEFL/TESL, linguistics, literature, literacy, and translation.
Please review the abstract guidelines before submitting an abstract:
Abstract Submission Guidelines
- Abstracts are due August 24, 2019.
- Presentation type: 20-minute individual/group presentation (15- minute presentations followed by 5-minute Q/As).
- What to present? A research proposal, completed research, project/work/paper being contemplated, recently started project/work/paper, and completed project/work/paper are welcome.
- Abstract format:
- Research proposal (background, purpose/objective, methods, and assumption/hunch)
- Completed research (background, purpose/objective, methods, outcomes/results, and conclusion and implication)
- Project/work/paper being contemplated (background/rationale, methodology, and expected outcome)
- Recently started project/work/paper (background/rationale, methodology, progress, and expected outcome)
- Completed project/work/paper (background/rationale, methodology, outcomes, discussion—lesson learned and future direction)
- Word limit: 250
- Write the abstract in Times New Roman, 12 (font size), single-spaced, and sentence case.
- Have the following information below the title of your abstract: full name, email address (the same as the one you use for submitting your abstract), and phone number.
- Write keywords (limit: 5, except for proper names, upper-case letters are not allowed) below your abstracts.
- Your abstracts should be well-written and well-organized.
- Submit your abstract to: [email protected]
- Notification of acceptance: On August 31, 2019 or earlier, all students submitting abstracts will be notified of acceptance by email to the account they used for the abstract submission.