Call for papers

We solicit abstracts on all topics related to CEFR-graded resources for language learning, such as (but not limited to) the following themes: 

  • creation of CEFR-graded resources (either via manual or automatic processes)
  • validation of CEFR-graded resources on various publics 
  • graded resources for vocabulary, syntax, semantics, pragmatics
  • practical applications of graded resources (for language learning, natural language processing, pedagogy, etc.) 
  • theoretical foundations of graded resources 
  • discussion of the pros and cons of the CEFR scale for graded resources 
  • comparison between CEFR-graded resources and other graded resources 


Abstract submission

Abstracts are to be written in English (max 500 words, excluding title and references) and should be anonymized. 

Abstracts are to be submitted in PDF format to the electronic conference management platform EasyChair using the following link:

All authors of accepted abstracts will be invited to submit a full-length paper for the post-workshop proceedings, to be published in Cahiers du Cental. Submitted papers will undergo another round of reviews in order to decide which papers to include in the proceedings.



Accepted abstracts will be presented orally. Presentations may be short or long, at the discretion of the organizing committee. You may indicate a preference during abstract submission.