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Saturday: Korea Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (Kotesol), a professional organization for teachers of English is organizing a symposium and Thanksgiving dinner on Saturday, co-hosted by the Daejeon-Chungcheong Chapter of Kotesol and the Research Special Interest Group.

Professor Joy Lynn Egbert from Washington State University will speak about computer-assisted language learning research, which can be applied to classroom practices. Egbert conducts research on learning environments, particularly involving English language learners and technology. The event will be held at Hoseo University in Cheonan, south Chungcheong. The symposium will be from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Thanksgiving dinner will be from 6 to 8 p.m.

The cost for the symposium is 15,000 won ($13) for members and 20,000 won for nonmembers with additional discounts for preregistrations. The dinner preregistration fee is 25,000 won. For further information including directions and a schedule, visit http://www.kotesol.org


Tuesday: The American Chamber of Commerce in Korea is holding a human resources committee meeting on Tuesday. The topic is “emerging workforce trend - diversity is the mix. Inclusion is making the mix work.” Andres Tapia, chief diversity officer and emerging workforce solutions leader Aon Hewitt is the guest speaker.

The venue is on the 37th floor at the Garnet Suite of the Lotte Hotel in Sogong-dong, central Seoul, from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. It costs 40,000 won for members and 50,000 won for nonmembers. Breakfast included.

Go to Euljiro 1-ga station line No. 2, Exit No. 7 or 8. Registration should be made no later than Monday noon by sending a form to AMCHAM Office (Fax 02-6201-2233) or e-mail to amchamrsvp@amchamkorea.org. For further information, contact to (02)6201-2200.

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