Language Education and Research Conference

LERC2021  details

Join us at the leading event of 2021!

The call for proposals is now open. We are diligently working on bringing the most knowledgeable researchers and educators from all over the world, as well as leaders in the industry to explore important topics such as

  • Innovation in Language Teaching,

  • Second Language Acquisition,

  • Bilingualism/Trilingualism,

  • Evolution in Language Variation,

  • History and Development of ELT,

  • Language Awareness,

  • Phonology,

  • ELT Methodology,

  • Assessment,

  • Discourse analysis,

  • Corpus Linguistics,

  • Applied Linguistics.

This conference is two full days of sessions on cutting edge issues related to Language Education and Research. There are also many opportunities for networking and socializing with our colleagues.

Organising Committee

  • Dr Paschalis Chliaras FHEA, PhD in Applied Linguistics and SLA, Chairman or the Research Centre for Applied Languages and Linguistics; ALS House Delta Centre MCT; Cambridge CEM

  • Dr Efthymia Tsaroucha, Adjunct Lecturer in Linguistics, University  of Thessaly, Greece; Post doctoral researcher, University of Western Macedonia

  • Alexandra Green, Academic Director Eurognosi SA; Cambridge Assessment English Team Leader (Greece-Cyprus) and Speaking Examiner; author of EFL books

  • More members TBA



Winners of the 2nd International Conference on Language Education and Research

October 5th, 2020

The four winners won the following books:

  • Aikaterini Vasileiou won The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the English Language which is written and recommended by Prof david Crystal.

  • Aggelos Evangelidis won The New A-Z of ELT which is written and recommended by Scott Thornbury.

  • Галия Гатиятуллина won the Grammatical Complexity in Academic English recommended by Prof Douglas Biber and written by Douglas Biber and Bethany Gray.

  • Flora Vlachou won the Cross -Curricular approaches to language education recommended by Dr Eleni Agathopoulou and edited by Prof Angeliki Psaltou-Joycey, Dr Eleni Agathopoulou and Prof Marina Mattheoudakis.


LERC2020 Moves to Virtual Conference

June 28, 2020

We continue to monitor the evolving factors related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, particularly with regard to our 2nd International Conference on Language Education and Research.  The term “second wave” has no agreed-upon scientific definition. It can mean anything from localised spikes in infection to a full-blown national crisis, and some experts avoid it for this reason. Though, fear of a second wave of infections now hangs over countries that have managed to stamp out the disease. Due to such developments, it is likely that gatherings in conferences might be prohibited in autumn, which has contributed to our decision to move LERC2020 completely online on October 3rd and 4th, 2020. We made this decision in response to the many requests from our community asking that in the absence of a face to face event, that we hold an online event. We look forward to having you join us for this fully online event, and will be reaching out with complete details and the updated program shortly.
As we move LERC2020 completely online, we look forward to offering you the same vibrant programming, impactful networking, and opportunities to reflect and connect over the emerging and salient topics in our field. The virtual conference will include our regular offerings and opportunities for engagement, including sessions, workshops and poster presentations, keynotes, and space to connect with sponsors, exhibitors, and educators from across the globe. In addition to participating in the live event, all attendees will have access to on-demand recordings for one (1) year. Moving our face-to-face conference to a fully online format presents us with the unique opportunity to spotlight the best of what the online modality affords – meaningful collaboration and the ability to reflect and connect with colleagues around the world. We hope that you will join us for this reimagined event, and celebrate our collective resilience and dedication to forging connections without boundaries.
We look forward to welcoming you to the LERC2020 Virtual Conference in October, and we are here to help you however we can with questions and requests for support.  Please feel free to reach out to us with requests related to LERC2020 at




Get in Touch

We hope you're able to attend. If you have questions about the registration process, our schedule or general information, don’t hesitate to reach out.

31 Kefallinias Street, 18345, Moschato Greece


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