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Wednesday
Feb202013

Call for Presentations at Back to School mini-conference on Apr.14

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Osaka JALT is proud to announce its annual Back to School 2013 mini-conference at Osaka Gakuin University on April 14, with call for presentations deadline March 14.

Back to School is our annual spring one-day mini-conference which aims to share ideas on a wide range of topics to help everyone start the new school year on a positive note. It's one of our favorite events of the year.

Date and Time:
Sunday, 14 April 2013 - 9:30am - 5:30pm
Speakers:
Yuko Nishiyama, Stephen Dalton, Jason Bartashius, and many more, including a unique workshop by OGU's own innovative I-Chat Lounge.

This year's plenary speaker, Ms. Yuko Nishiyama, will be talking about her experiences since evacuating from Fukushima after the disasters of 3/11/11.

As in the past two years, all proceeds from this event will go to help support Tohoku, this year via the Minna no Te organization. Photos, videos, presentation summaries, and other material from our past Back to School events can be found at http://bts.osakajalt.org/home .

This year's Call for Presentations is open through March 14. Everyone, and particularly students, are strongly encouraged to submit a proposal via this link: http://tinyurl.com/bddh55b

We look forward to what is sure to be a great day at Back to School 2013, so please plan to join us on April 14th at OGU!

Location:
Osaka Gakuin University, Building 13, near Hankyu Shojaku and JR Kishibe stations
Guide to Location:
http://www.osaka-gu.ac.jp/english/campus/frame/index.html

Fee for JALT members:
1000 yen (Free for student members)
Fee for one-day members:
2,000 yen (500 yen for student non-members)

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