Thank you for taking part in our PronSIG Online Conference (4th October 2020)! This was a day full of inspiring plenaries presentations and posters by 18 experts in pronunciation. We are proud to announce that we had nearly 180 attendees!


Here is the recording from our opening plenary: Public-facing awareness raising: insights, challenges, and rewards by Rob Drummond!

And here is the recording from our closing plenary: Owning your teacher identity in the age of global English pronunciation teaching by Sinem Sonsaat-Hegelheimer and Stephanie Link!


Check out the rest of the conference videos below and the slides/posters provided by our speakers. The videos are free for everyone who took part in the conference on the day (the email with the password will be sent to you the week beginning 12th Oct 2020).
If you did not buy a ticket or attend the conference live, you can purchase access to these recordings for just 5GBP:


Fostering accent diversity in workplace communication by Oksana Hera

Analysing pre-service and in-service teachers’ cognitions about pronunciation teaching by Paula Villablanca Agurto

Accentability: increasing sensitivity to accent variability by Kristýna Poesová and Klára Lancová

 IPA: symbols of power? by Mark Hancock

Prioritising pronunciation goals for  L1 Spanish/Portuguese learners of English by Victor Hugo Medina Soares

Balancing accent, identity and culture for successful international communication by Katrin Lichterfeld

Did you mean ‘four’ or ‘for’? Insights into EFL learners’ pronunciation by Ivana Duckinoska

Learning pronunciation with world English speakers by Adam Scott

Technology for pronunciation training and accents? by Beata Walesiak

Supporting the Black Lives Matter movement when teaching pronunciation by Taylor Veigga

IDEA: a viable way to foster different Englishes in lessons by Gustavo Martins

Generating principles for an anti-racist pronunciation pedagogy by Vijay Ramjattan

Embracing diverse accents to promote equality in English lessons by Akemi Iwasa and Joyce Fettermann