Themes of Poster Presentation:

Topics of interest for submission include following, but are not limited to:

  • Language Teaching through Technology
  • Language Policy and Planning
  • Phonetics and Phonology
  • Stylistics and Discourse Analysis
  • Computational Linguistics
  • Language Acquisition
  • Teaching and Learning
  • Language Change and Language Variation
  • Semantics and Pragmatics
  • Sociolinguistics
  • Morphology and Syntax
  • Corpus Linguistics
  • Psycholinguistics
  • Language Documentation
  • Language and Culture
  • Translation Studies
  • English Language and Linguistics
  • Language education
  • Discourse analyses
  • Language teacher education
  • Applied Linguistics / TESOL / TESL / TEFL
  • Language curriculum development
  • Language testing and assessment
  • Language program evaluation
  • English for specific purposes
  • Independent / Autonomous Learning
  • Innovation in language teaching and learning


Guidelines about the poster:

Please follow the following guidelines while preparing your poster.

Width2 ft
Length3 ft
Word limit
LayoutTitle of the presentation, name of the author, author affiliation (name of organization/logo), conference name, date, should be include underneath the title area.
Contact information including email address should be given at the bottom of the poster.
Poster should be divided into clear sections.
It should have proper and major headings of your research.
Any main claims or results (especially in the form of figures, tables, logical representations, trees, etc.) should be in the center, where they appear prominently to the audience
TextDon’t include a lot of text.
If your research work contains more theory, DO NOT include abstract.
Avoid full sentences
FontSelect a unanimous font size for headings, a unanimous font size for labels under the pictures and a legible unanimous font size for the description on the poster.
Capitalization and Bold can be done as per individual requirement of your poster.
VisualsImages shown in the poster should emphasize relationships or trends, draw a connection to previous findings, bear on your predictions or hypothesis, and/or support your main conclusions. Present the most relevant figure or table to your study. Make sure that images and figures are embedded (if possible) and that they are saved in a high enough resolution to ensure a crisp image when printed.