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Keynote and Invited Presentations

Reinders, H. 2017. The future of language education. “Foro de Lenguas Extranjeras”, Mazatlan, Sinaloa, México, November 16-18 2017.

Reinders, H. 2017. The internet of things in language teaching and learning. FIID Proulex, Guadalajara, Mexico, May 11-12 2017.

Reinders, H. 2017. Implementing Innovation in ELT. King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand, April 2017.

Reinders, H. 2017. Mindfulness in language education. Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand, April 2017.

Reinders, H. 2016. Learning analytics for language teaching. Kanda University, Japan, September, 2016.

Reinders, H. 2016. Learning from practice: Teacher research in the 21st century. Residential at Showa University in Tokyo, August 3-6, for Anaheim University.

Reinders, H. 2016. Technology and Pedagogy in TESOL. Keynote at the New Zealand Association of Language Teaches conference, Nelson, July 2016.

Reinders, H. 2016. Distinguished Visiting Professor at the University of Central Lancashire, June 20-23.

Reinders, H. 2016. Educational Sustainability. Keynote at Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russia, May 22-25.

Intraboonsom, C., Darasawang, P, & Reinders, H. (2016). Taking control: Teacher autonomy in practice. Paper presented at The Seventh International Symposium of ILA, China.

Reinders, H. 2015. The Internet of Things in Education. Public lecture at the Computing Science for Schools symposium, Unitec, Auckland, November 2015.

Reinders, H. 2015. What’s next for ELT? Plenary at the ‘Self in Language Learning’ conference, Turkey, Sept 2015.

Reinders, H. 2015. Digital Storytelling. Public lecture at Mae Fah Luang University, Chiang Rai, Thailand, July 2015.

Reinders, H. 2015. Learning beyond the classroom: a research agenda. Plenary at TESOL Colombia, June 5.

Reinders, H. 2015. English for Specific Purposes Beyond the Classroom. Keynote at Kaohsiung University, Taiwan, May 2015.

Reinders, H. 2014. The future of education. Professorial address at Unitec, Auckland, November 26.

Reinders, H. 2014. Learn English or die! The role of digital games in ELT. Public lecture at Unitec, Auckland, October.

Reinders, H. 2014. Encouraging informal learning. Invited keynote at the 62nd TEFLIN conference, Indonesia, October 1-3, 2014.

Reinders, H. & Hubbard, P. 2014. Beyond the language classroom: Exploring the social learning ecology. Colloquium at the AILA World Congress in Brisbane, Australia, September 2014.

Reinders, H. & Hubbard, P. 2014. Technology and Autonomy Beyond the Classroom: An Exploratory Framework. Colloquium at the AILA World Congress in Brisbane, Australia, September 2014.

Reinders, H. 2014. Public pedagogy through mobile learning. Exploring autonomy and acquisition. Colloquium presentation at the AILA World Congress in Brisbane, Australia.

Reinders, H. 2014. Controversies in ELT. Invited public lecture at Showa Women’s University, Tokyo, August 2, 2014.

Reinders, H. 2014. Location data in language acquisition. Invited plenary at the Universidad de Guadalajara, May 2014.

Reinders, H. 2014. Plenary at Nile Tesol, Cairo, January 2014.

Reinders, H. 2013. ELT and Asean integration. Keynote at Chulalongkorn University November 17-19, Bangkok, Thailand.

Reinders, H. 2013. Learning on the go. Invited public lecture at Thammasat University, Bangkok, September 14 2013.

Reinders, H. 2013. From input to intake: the role of noticing and awareness in SLA. Invited public lecture at KMUTT, September 15 2013.

Reinders, H. 2013. Digital Storytelling. Invited public lecture at Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, September 13 2013.

Reinders, H. 2013. Mobile learning for teachers. Invited public lecture at KMUTT, Bangkok, August 2013.

Reinders, H. 2013. Oral input enhancement. Invited public lecture at Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, August 2013.

Reinders, H. 2013. Learner autonomy through games. Invited plenary at the ELTAI (English Language Teaching Association of India) conference in Chennai, India, July 18-20.

Reinders, H. 2013. From classroom to classworld: the power of mobile. Invited lecture at Dhurakij Pundit University, June 26, Bangkok, Thailand.

Reinders, H. 2013. Aural input enhancement on mobile devices. Keynote at the Virtual Roundtable, May 17-19.

Reinders, H. 2013. Moving beyond the classroom – the role of technology. Invited lecture at the University of Groningen, March 25.

Reinders, H. 2013. Breaking the chains. Mobile technologies for language teaching. Plenary presentation at the Universidad de la Sabana, Bogota, Colombia, February 21-24.

Reinders, H. 2013. Facilitating lexico-grammar learning through mobile technologies. Plenary at the 9th International Congress on English Grammar, Tamilnadu, India.

Reinders, H. 2012. Digital game-based learning. Invited presentation for Cengage, May 2012.

Reinders, H. 2012. The role of mobile technologies in language education. Keynote at Qatar TESOL, Doha, April 2012.

Reinders, H. 2012. Autonomy and technology. Guest lecture at the University of Groningen, March 2012.

Reinders, H. 2011. Digital Games in Language Learning and Teaching. Invited plenary for the University of Pennsylvania, December 10, 2011.

Reinders, H. 2011. ‘Death, Honour and Victory in Second Language Acquisition: the role of digital games’. SLanguages conference 2011, Sep 16-18. More information here.

Reinders, H. 2011. AILA Research Network Symposium on ‘CALL and the Learner’ at the AILA World Congress, August 25, 2011.

Reinders, H. 2011. Invited workshop at King Mongkut University, Bangkok, Thailand, August 19, 2011.

Reinders, H. 2011. Keynote presentation, Cambridge University Press symposium, May 20-23, Antalya, Turkey.

Reinders, H. 2011. Invited panelist at the 100 year anniversary of ‘Levende Talen’, in May, in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Reinders, H. 2011. Plenary speaker at TESOL Arabia, March 10-12, in Dubai.

Reinders, H. 2011. Invited workshop at TESOL Arabia, March 10-12, in Dubai.

Reinders, H. 2010. Invited workshop on ‘out-of-class learning’ at National University Singapore, December 11.

Reinders, H. 2010. Do computer games really contribute to language learning? Keynote at the 2010 Wireless Ready Conference in Nagoya, February 19-20, Japan.

Reinders, H. 2010. The effects of task type on second language uptake and acquisition. Public lecture at NTU, Singapore, January 5.

Reinders, H. 2010. Invited Workshop at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, January 5. Self-access across the curriculum.

Reinders, H. 2009. Input, intake and acquisition. Invited public lecture at the National Institute of Education, Singapore. December 2.

Reinders, H. 2009. Invited Workshop at NTU, Singapore, December 2. Self-access learning.

Reinders, H. 2009. Learn English or Die! Video games in ELT. Opening keynote at the annual ELT Conference at Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, Ensenada, Mexico, November 11-13.

Reinders, H. 2009. The Effects of Two Types of Positive Enhanced Input on Intake and L2 acquisition. Invited public lecture at Oxford University, Oxford, October 27.

Reinders, H. 2009. Self-access consultation, KMUTT University, Bangkok, Thailand, October 9.

Reinders, H. 2009. Entertainment or learning? Invited workshop at CULI, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, June 17.

Reinders, H. 2009. Autonomous learning, autonomous learners. Plenary at the Oman International ELT Conference at Sultan Qaboos University, Muscat, Oman, April 22-23.

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Reinders, H. 2009. Popular media in English Language Teaching. Invited workshop at the Oman International ELT Conference at Sultan Qaboos University, Muscat, Oman, April 22-23.

Reinders, H. 2009. Innovation in Language Teaching. Plenary at the 5th International Conference of the English Language Centre at Aga Khan University, Karachi, Pakistan, April 11-12.

Reinders, H. 2009. Invited Workshop at NTU, Singapore, April 14. Self-access for tertiary education.

Reinders, H. 2009. Computer games in EAP. Invited workshop for Macmillan English Campus. Online, April 8.

Reinders, H. 2008. Towards integration in language support. Invited seminar at the Open University, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom. November 18, 2008.

Reinders, H. 2008. Beyond the Language Classroom. Issues and Options in Self-Access. Opening keynote at the Self-Access Conference at the Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, Mexico, October 30-31.

Reinders, H. 2008. Learn English or Die! Computer Games for Self-Access Language Learning. Invited workshop at the Self-Access Conference at UABC, Mexico, October 30-31.

Reinders, H. 2008. The potential of self-access language support. Invited presentation at Korea University, October 15, 2008.

Reinders, H. 2008. A pedagogy for out-of-class learning. Invited colloquium, University of Groningen, the Netherlands, September 17.

Reinders, H & White, C. 2008. CALL and Teacher Education. Symposium to be convened at the AILA Congress, Essen, Germany, August 24-29, 2008.

Reinders, H. 2008. Technology and Second Language Teacher Education. Plenary speech presented at KATE, Korean Association for Teachers of English as a Second Language, annual conference, Busan, July 4-5, 2008.

Reinders, H. 2008. Putting the learner first: using self-access and CALL for autonomous language learning. Invited workshop at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, July 8, 2008.

Reinders, H. 2008. Seriously Engaging. Using Computer Games in the EFL Classroom. Invited workshop at the Indonesia Australia Language Foundation, Den Pasar, Bali, April 23, 2008.

Reinders, H. 2007. University Language Support. Flexible Delivery for Autonomous Learning. Invited talk at NTU (Nanyang Technological University), Singapore, December 5, 2007.

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Reinders, H. 2007. The reality of virtual self-access. Invited talk at National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan, December 3, 2007.

Reinders, H. 2007. What’s New in the Land of Language Teaching? Keynote speech presented at the national Conference at the China University of Technology, Taipei, Taiwan, November 23-24, at the Third International Conference on Theory and Practice of English Instruction in Technology Universities, 2007.

Reinders, H. 2007. Alternative delivery in the AMEP: what’s next? Plenary speech presented at the national AMEP (Australian Migrant English Programme) Conference in Queensland, Australia, October 4-6.

Reinders, H. 2007. Challenges and Opportunities in the Teaching of Diplomats. Keynote presentation delivered at the annual conference of the Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs Language Institute, Bangkok, Thailand, September 12-14.

Reinders, H. 2007. Towards pedagogies for lifelong learning. Keynote presented at the 24th International Conference on English Teaching and Learning, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan, May 5-6, 2007.

Reinders, H. 2006. Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching: technology in support of pedagogy. Plenary speech presented at the Sixth International Conference ‘Facing EFL Challenges’, Bangkok, Thailand (organised by Chulalongkorn University), November 27-29, 2006.
Reinders, H. 2006. The Development of an Online Language Support System. Invited talk at King Mongkut’s University, Bangkok, Thailand.

Reinders, H. 2005 CALL and supporting self-directed language learning. Plenary speech at the 2005 JALTCALL conference (Japan Association for Language Teachers, Computer-Assisted Language Learning), Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan.

Reinders, H. 2005 ‘Language education for the future’. Public lecture at Meiji University, Tokyo.

Reinders, H. 2004 Key issues in language support: experiences from around the world. Keynote presentation at the 7th International ELT Conference, Universidad de los Andes / British Council, Colombia.

Reinders, H. 2004 ‘Using self-access to foster autonomy and provide language support’ Invited workshop presented at the 7th International ELT Conference, Universidad de los Andes / British Council, Colombia.

Reinders, H. 2004 ‘Noticing in Second Language Acquisition: findings from two studies’. Invited lecture at King Mongkut University of Technology Thonburi, Bangkok, Thailand.

Reinders, H. 2004 ‘Fostering learner autonomy: the cutting edge down under.’ Invited lecture at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China.

Reinders, H. 2004 ‘Language support or language teaching?’ Invited lecture at the University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

Reinders, H. 2004 ‘Self-access and language teaching’. Invited workshop for ThaiTESOL at King Mongkut University of Technology Thonburi, Bangkok, Thailand.

Reinders, H. 2002 ‘Self-Access Centres: Flexible Delivery for Autonomous Language Learning’ Public lecture presented at the University of Auckland, New Zealand.

Reinders, H. 1999 ‘ICT and Hebrew Language Learning and Teaching’ Invited lecture presented at the Alef Bet conference, Free University, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Refereed Conference Presentations
Hubbard, P. & Reinders, H. 2012. Technology and Autonomy in Language Learning: An Exploratory Framework. CALL 2012, Taichung, May.

Cho, M. & Reinders, H. 2012. The effects of aural input enhancement on L2 acquisition, American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL, Boston, Massachusetts (March 24-27).

Reinders, H. & Wattana, S. 2011. Incorporating computer games in the EFL classroom. Part of the symposium on ‘Enhancing online literacies’, at the AILA conference in Beijing, China, August 23-28.

Reinders, H. and Stockwell, G. 2010. Symposium on ‘CALL and the Learner’ at Eurocall in Bordeaux, France, September 7-11 (regular symposium).

Reinders, H. 2010. The role of computer games on Willingness to Communicate. Eurocall, Bordeaux, September 10.

Balcikanli, c. & Reinders, H. 2010. Do Classroom Textbooks Encourage Learner Autonomy? Independent Learning conference at Zirve University, June 1-3, Turkey.

Ellis, R. & Reinders, H. 2009. The Effects of Two Types of Positive Enhanced Input on Intake and L2 acquisition. 3rd Biennial International Conference on Task-Based Language Teaching, Lancaster, 13-16 September.

Reinders, H. and Lazaro, N. 2007 ‘The desire to help: Identity and motivation in fostering autonomy’. Presented at the Autonomy Symposium at AILA, Essen, August 24-29, 2008.

Reinders, H. 2007 ‘PodQuests. Language Learning on the Move’ To be presented at the IATEFL Conference ‘Web 2.0 in Language Learning and Teaching’, Chennai, India, August.

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Reinders, H. 2005 ‘Fostering Autonomous Learning Skills and Academic Literacy Among South Pacific Island Students’. The Language & Development Conference, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Reinders, H. 2005 ‘Task effects on intake and acquisition of English adverb placement’. Paper presented at the AILA conference, Madison, Wisconsin, 24-29 July.

Reinders, H. 2005 ‘Facilitating small-group discussion’ Paper presented at the RELC Conference, Singapore.

Reinders, H. 2004 ‘The effects of tasks and instructional type on intake and acquisition of negative adverbs and adverb placement’. Paper presented at the 14th Eurosla conference, San Sebastiàn, Spain.

Reinders, H. 2004 ‘The role of student initiated focus on form: autonomy and language learning behaviour:’ Paper presented at the Autonomy in language learning Conference, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China. With S. Loewen.

Reinders, H. 2004 ‘Focus on form in online communicative activities’. Paper presented at the Pacific Association for Computer-Assisted Language Learning conference, National University, Singapore. With S.Reissner & S.Loewen.

Reinders, H. 2004 ‘Task effects on the intake and acquisition of English adverb placement’. Paper presented at the Classic Conference, National University, Singapore.

Reinders, H. 2004 ‘Language advisors’ perceptions and beliefs about autonomy.’ Paper presented at the Autonomy in language learning conference, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong. With K.Sakui & M.Akakura.

Reinders, H. 2004 ‘Fostering autonomy through small-group discussion: when less is too little’. Paper presented at the JALT conference, Nara, Japan.

Reinders, H. ‘Self-Access Language Learning Pedagogy’ 2003 Forum presentation JALT, Shizuoka. With K. Sakui

Reinders, H. ‘Input and intake in incidental, implicit learning conditions’ Poster presented at the SLRF conference, Tucson, Arizona, 16-19 October.

Reinders, H. 2003 ‘Academic Literacy Development’. Paper presented at the APRU conference, Mexico City, August 24-29.

Reinders, H. 2003 ‘Self-access: Position, Pedagogy, and Direction’. Paper presented at the Inaugural Conference of the Independent Learning Association, Melbourne, September 13 & 14. With J.Jones-Parry & H. Anderson.

Reinders, H. ‘Supporting Self-Directed Language Learning’ Paper presented at AILA, Singapore, December 2002. (With S. Hidaka).

Reinders, H. 2002 ‘Fostering Autonomous Language Learning Paper presented at the Alanz (Applied Linguistics Association of New Zealand) conference, Hamilton, New Zealand.

Reinders, H. 2002 ‘An Electronic Learning Environment for self-access’ Paper presented at the Eurocall conference, Jyväskylä, Finland.

Reinders, H. 2000 ‘A learners’ perspective on learner autonomy and self-access language learning’ Paper presented at the Anela conference, Groningen, the Netherlands.

Reinders, H. 1998 ‘Learner Autonomy in CALL’ Paper presented at the Anela conference, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

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