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NileTESOL 2024 Conference Call for Proposals

NileTESOL is pleased to announce accepting proposals to present at the NileTESOL 28th International Annual Conference (23-24 January 2024). This year’s conference theme is:

Engaging and Empowering Learners and Teachers: Methods, Strategies, and Tools

Conference topics may include but are not limited to:

Guidelines for Proposal Submission
Please read the information below before beginning the submission process. All submissions are received through the online submission form on this link. No email submissions will be considered. In order to be considered for inclusion in the program, your presentation must follow the criteria and guidelines below:

● The title of your presentation (3-10 words).
● A session abstract that reflects the content, the theoretical background as well as practical implications (200-250 words).
● A summary of your session to be included in the program book for conference attendees to learn about your session (40-50 words).
● A bio that demonstrates your professional and/or scholarly expertise in the topic of your presentation (25-30 words).
● Citations, if any, must be included using APA. Citations are not included in the proposal word count.
● Promotion of private businesses is strictly prohibited.
● The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to generate a session proposal (or parts of it) will lead to disqualifying the proposal.
● The selection of the proposals is made by the NileTESOL Organizing Committee. Any proposal that does not follow the above-mentioned guidelines or word count will be discarded. You will be emailed the results of the selection by the end of November 2023.

Please check our NileTESOL website and follow us on the NileTESOL Facebook page. Presenters will be invited after the conference to submit their manuscripts for publication in the conference proceedings.

  1. Teaching and learning in the era of Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  2. Interactive teaching strategies/tools
  3. Technology and online learning
  4. Motivation for both teachers and students
  5. The importance of academic integrity
  6. Student autonomy
  7. Challenges and/or opportunities of face-to-face teaching & learning
  8. Challenges and/or opportunities of online learning
  9. Materials development
  10. Teacher-student relationships
  11. Language assessment
  12. Learner wellbeing/Teacher wellbeing
  13. Collaborative learning
  14. The 21st Century skills in the EFL classroom
  15. Promoting lifelong learning through technology

Conference Fees:
Regular Conference fees: TBA
Note: Payment includes the certificates.

Session types
● Presentation (30 minutes including Q&A): Sharing
(maximum two co-presenters)
● Workshop (75 minutes including Q&A) Sharing practical
techniques and skills
(maximum three co-presenters)
● Poster Session (a 10-minute presentation repeated for the
duration of an hour): Sharing E-posters/Digital Infographics
(one presenter per poster)

To help you prepare your proposal, please check the proposal
evaluation rubric on this link.

If you have any questions about the conference, you can contact the Conference Co-chairs: Noha Khafagi and Basma Addeq at

The submission deadline is October 7, 2023, (11:59 PM CLT)

Click here to submit your proposal now!