Indonesia Technology Enhanced Language Learning (iTELL) was established in 2016 intended as a medium for teachers and researchers in Indonesia to collaborate ideas in the area of teaching and learning using technology. This purpose is expected to be achieved to direct contacts with teachers through workshops and conferences. Correspondingly, working together with local governments, schools, teacher associations, and school foundations, iTELL has run a number of workshops for teachers regarding the use of technology in the classroom.
This year 2020 would be the third iTELL conference. The first conference was hosted by Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana (UKSW) Salatiga in November 2016 with the theme: “Technology Enhanced Language Learning: Teaching and Researching”. The second conference was hosted in March 2018, organised by Universitas Sebelas Maret (UNS) Surakarta with “CALL & MALL TO ENHANCE THE THINKING PROCESS: innovative, practical solutions & enhanced sustainability” as the theme. For this third conference, we came up with a theme “Can Technology Really Enhance Language Learning? Revisiting the real practices”, and is hosted by Universitas Ibn Khaldun (UIKA) Bogor.
This publication presents some papers presented in this conference. These papers provide various ideas and experiences blended in the conference. We hope all of you like them and they could give significant contributions to the issues surrounding Technology Enhanced Language Learning.
Finally, we would like to offer our appreciation to all speakers who have shared their great ideas. Thank you to all delegates who have come and participated in this conference. Last but not least, we also would like to present our gratitude to the organizer from Universitas Ibn Khaldun, Bogor for making this conference a success.