Conference videos  

Opening Remarks
Kathryn Batchelor, University of Nottingham


Joss Moorkens, Dublin City University
Machine Translation Evolution and Quality Expectations


Ana Niño Alonso, The University of Manchester
Exploring the Use of Google Translate for Independent Language Learning


Jordi Sanchez-Carrion, University of Liverpool
Ulrike Bavendiek, University of Liverpool
Developing Language Awareness through Google Translate (GT)



Alison Organ, York St John University
What do students’ chatroom discussions tell us about their attitudes to the use of Google Translate for coursework assignments?

Nancy X. Liu, University of Nottingham Ningbo
Matthew Watts, University of Nottingham
Mobile Translation Experience – Current state and future direction


Stefan Vollmer, University of Leeds
Newly arrived Syrian refugees and mobile communication: exploring Google Translate as part of quotidian and habitual digital literacy practices


Martyn Bingham, Harper Adams University
Technology for self-study – good but not good enough




Yvonne Lee, University of Nottingham
Xiaofei Sun, University of Nottingham
Google Translate in the Translation Classroom: a perspective from register theory

Klaus Mundt, University of Nottingham
Mike Groves, University of Birmingham
Google Translate in EAP: Disruptive technology or disrupting the learning process?



Jane Duarte, Universidade Católica Portuguesa 
Embracing diversity in a Higher Education EFL classroom with Google Translate


Junko Winch, University of Sussex
Google Translate and plagiarism in university language formative assessment work



Closing Remarks  
Kathryn Batchelor, University of Nottingham


University Park