Abstract submission guidelines

1) The deadline for submitting the abstract for all authors and attending participants: is September 1st, 2023 (included).

2) The conference's official language is English. All abstracts, presentations, and final papers must be in English.

3) In the initial submission phase, we only accept abstracts (not complete papers or posters).

4) The submissions must report original, unpublished findings in the field. Please read our Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement carefully. All submissions will be reviewed under the direction of the Scientific Committee.

5) Abstract proposals must include: a) title (max. 15 words), b) abstract´s main text (max. 400 words), and keywords (max. 5).

6) A good abstract (its main text) briefly introduces: a) motivation for the paper, b) objectives, c) methodology (how the research was done and validated),d)  major results, and e) conclusions.

7) Authors´contact data may be given in the submission online form only. The main text of the abstract must be anonymous (please, remove any author´s details from the abstract file, i.e. names, institutions and addresses, as well as any acknowledgements that may lead to information about the authors).

8) The abstract should not include any bibliographic references.

9) Please use the LLCE2023 Abstract Template.

10) Each abstract intended for publishing must be accompanied by its Copyright Agreement.

11) Download the Copyright Agreement, fill it out, sign it and upload its scan along with your abstract.

12) One author may submit max four final papers.



Important notes:

1) One author may propose a maximum of 2 abstracts (including co-authored proposals). If accepted, both abstracts will be published in the e-Book of Abstracts (with ISBN).

2) Similarly, one author may submit two final papers, from which only one may be published in the Journal of Language and Cultural Education. The second paper by the same author may be published in the e-Book of Proceedings (with ISBN).

3) One author´s registration covers a maximum of four accepted presentations (Oral, Poster, or Virtual).




LLCE2023 Abstract submission

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Accepted abstracts


Štefánia Ferková, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia Teaching a foreign language is often associated with the development of communicative competence, interpersonal and social development, but also with the development of intercultural competence, aesthetic sensitivity, etc., as when...

Philological Study Programs in the Digital Age: A Comprehensive Analysis of Moodle Integration and Utilization

doc. Božena Horváthová, University of Trnava, Slovakia Learning Management System (LMS) Moodle (Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment) is used by educators and institutions around the world and is an effective solution for creating and delivering engaging online courses. Moodle has...

A Conceptual Model of Translanguaging in Writing

Havva Zorluel Özer, Sinop University This theory-oriented presentation aims to accomplish three goals: 1) It conceptualizes translanguaging based on the works of Ofelia Garcia and her colleagues as well as other prominent scholars with contributions to translanguaging theory and practice. It...

Investigation of the Education Scheme about the Course "Electronics Circuit"

Hua Fan, University of Electronic Science and Technology, China The “Electronics Circuit” is a basic course for the students whose major is integrated circuit. It is usually taught in the classroom, and simulation and practice are completed in the experimental course. Such teaching arrangement is...

Discourse Analysis of AI-Generated Images of Power and Authority

Onur Valor, Marmara University, Turkey This discourse analysis project explores the representation of power figures in AI-generated images. As AI technologies advance, they are increasingly used to generate visual content, including images depicting entities in positions of power and authority....


Assoc. prof. Aysel Cetinkaya, Kocaeli University, Turkey Developments in information and communication technologies have enabled the concept of convergence to be used frequently in today's digital age. Especially nowadays Twitter platform is one of the most famous one since Alon Musk has bought the...

Culture Shock: A Prospect for the Clinical Duties of Third-Year Students from Lorma Colleges

Ianne Mikaela Sandoval, Lorma Colleges, Phillipines This research paper addresses the significant changes in the clinical duties of third-year student nurses of Lorma Colleges - Carlatan, City of San Fernando, La Union — after the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic. The primary objective of this study...

Reflections on Kouzes and Posner’s Leadership model in an international context

Justin Williams, Dean of Douglas College, Canada Leadership plays a significant role in determining an institution's success in an international context (Caligiuri & Tarique, 2016).  The extent to which a cross cultural organization is effective in an international environment is largely...

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