The 12th Graduate Student Conference 2023

Mar 18, 2023 WIB


The importance of digital literacy and critical thinking skills in education is becoming increasingly important, particularly in the context of education. Digital literacy is defined as the ability to use digital technology, communication tools, and networks to access, manage, integrate, analyze, and evaluate digital information effectively. Critical digital literacy involves the ability to assess digital information, discerning its credibility, accuracy, and biases. This conference aims to explore how educators can develop critical digital literacy skills in their students to better navigate the vast amount of information available on digital platforms, make informed decisions, and effectively communicate and collaborate with others. Digital platforms provide tremendous opportunities for collaboration and learning, but also pose significant challenges. As such, it is important to understand and navigate these hurdles by Practicing Critical Digital Literacy for Future Education.

Practicing Critical Digital Literacy for Future Education.

  1. The Impact of Digital Technology on Language and Linguistics in the Modern Era
  2. The Role of Digital Literacy in Advancing the Field of English Studies
  3. The Potential of Artificial Intelligence in Promoting Digital Literacy
  4. Opportunities and Challenges for English Studies in the Digital Era
  5. The Influence of Digital Media on the Study of English Literature
  6. Interpretation of English Literature in the Digital Era
  7. Multilingualism and its Implications for the Study of English Literature
  8. Developing English Proficiency through Digital Literacy
  9. Digital Storytelling and its Impact on the Literary World
  10. Critical Approaches to Digital Literacy in the Context of Education
Purpose and Objective:
  1. As a medium for students majoring in language and language observers to share knowledge and express ideas related to education, linguistics, and English literature within the era of critical digital literacy.
  2. As a source of knowledge related to education, linguistics, and English literature in times of digital critical literacy, especially for seminar participants.
Important Dates:
Abstract Submission: April 17, 2023
Acceptance Notification: April 24, 2023
Full Paper Submission: May 24, 2023
Participant Registration Deadline: June 2, 2023
Conference Day: June 5, 2023

GSC 2023