Learner Autonomy in Language Learning (LALL) Section of Website

As reported in the last Bulletin, we have set up a section on the website where members can have short articles and reports on topics related to learner autonomy published, on an ongoing basis. A number of reports which have appeared in past issues of the LALL newsletter have now been uploaded here: https://renautonomy.wordpress.com/lall/

There are also two new pieces of writing, uploaded in October, 2009:

Ethical concerns in practising and researching (E)FL by Leena Karlsson


Pedagogy for autonomy in modern language education: The EuroPAL contribution by Manuel Jiménez Raya

Click on the above titles to go direct to the articles.  The pages they are available on have a “comment” function.  Please feel free to respond to the articles when you’ve read them by using this function.

If you have an article or report which you would like to have posted in the LALL section of the website, please send it to Richard (r.c.smith@warwick.ac.uk). As you’ll see from what has been uploaded already, possible types of contribution include (but are not confined to) short reports of research and/or innovation (whether completed or in progress), book reviews and conference reports. We will continue to inform members by means of this Bulletin when new content is posted.  Feel free to comment on this LALL initiative below.

Back to the November 2009 bulletin

3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Rajul Khandare  |  January 9, 2010 at 11:57 am

    I’ve a Conference Presentation paper on learner autonomy. It was just presented, not published.
    Can I put it on the LALL website?

    • 2. Richard Smith  |  January 10, 2010 at 11:04 pm

      Dear Rajul

      As a member of the Research Network, you’re very welcome to send me a written version of your paper (not just powerpoints) – or even a summary of it – and I can post it in the LALL part of the website.

      Best wishes


  • 3. Rajul Khandare  |  January 11, 2010 at 12:03 pm



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