LINGUIST List 10.364

Tue Mar 9 1999

Calls: Ancient/Modern Lang., Computational Linguistics

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  1. Ilona M. Vandergriff, SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS for PAMLA '99
  2. Mike Rosner, EACL99 Workshop FINAL CFP

Message 1: SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS for PAMLA '99

Date: Sun, 7 Mar 1999 22:07:13 -0800
From: Ilona M. Vandergriff <vdgriffsfsu.edu>
Subject: SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS for PAMLA '99

SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS

PAMLA '99
Pacific Ancient and Modern Languages Association

Linguistics Session

Portland State University
November 5-7, 1999

Abstracts are invited for 15-minute presentations (followed by 5
minutes of discussion) in all areas of linguistics. A 2-page proposal
and 50-word abstract is due by March 15, 1999.

Ilona Vandergriff
Foreign Languages and Literatures
San Francisco State University
1600 Holloway Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94132

vdgriffsfsu.edu

________________________________________________________
Ilona Vandergriff, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of German 

Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
San Francisco State University
1600 Holloway Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94 132

Office: (415) 338-3120
Fax: (415) 338-7030
E-mail: vdgriffsfsu.edu
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Message 2: EACL99 Workshop FINAL CFP

Date: Mon, 8 Mar 1999 09:29:23 +0100 (MET)
From: Mike Rosner <mroscs.um.edu.mt>
Subject: EACL99 Workshop FINAL CFP

9th Conference of the European Chapter 
of the Association for Computational Linguistics
EACL-99, University of Bergen, 
12th June 1999

POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP ON

COMPUTER AND INTERNET SUPPORTED EDUCATION 
IN LANGUAGE AND SPEECH TECHNOLOGY (ELST)

FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 12th March 1999
_________________________________________________________________

HOME PAGE

http://www.cs.um.edu.mt/~mros/celst


SUBTOPICS

* Computational Tools for ELST
* Online Components for ELST
* Specialised Tutorials for ELST
* Authorware (tools supporting production of materials for ELST)
* Tool Oriented Curriculum Design
* Multilingual Course Delivery
* Course Management Issues
* Distance Education for LST



PRELIMINARY WORKSHOP PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

Michael Rosner, University of Malta, Malta (coordinator)

Doug Arnold (Essex)
Gerrit Bloothooft (Utrecht)
Chris Bowerman (Sunderland)
Anders Erikkson (Umea)
Steven Krauwer (Utrecht)
Mark Huckvale (London)
Fabio Pianesi (Trento)
Koenraad de Smedt (Bergen)
Mark Tatham (Essex)
Maria Wolters (Bonn)
Felisa Verdejo (Madrid)


INVITED SPEAKER: To Be Announced


FORMAT REQUIREMENTS

* Electronic submissions only, Postscript or Word V7 format.
* Please provide a list of keywords and indicate the best fitting
 subtopic(s) from the above list.
* Blind submissions: provide author information on a separate header page.
 Avoid obvious self refererences in text.
* LaTeX users are encouraged to use the style file provided by ACL:
 http://www.ltg.ed.ac.uk/eacl99/style/eaclsub.sty (style file)
 http://www.ltg.ed.ac.uk/eacl99/style/acl.bst (bibstyle)
 http://www.ltg.ed.ac.uk/eacl99/style/eacl99sample-sub.tex (example)
* Word users see http://www.ltg.ed.ac.uk/eacl99/style/eaclsub.doc
* Maximum length is 8 pages including figures and references.
* Please use A4 or US letter format and set margins so that the text
 lies within a rectangle of 6.5 x 9 inches (16.5 x 23 cm).
* Use classical fonts such as Times Roman or Computer Modern, 11 to
 12 points for text, 14 to 16 points for headings and title.
* Please submit papers to mroscs.um.edu.mt. All submissions will be
 acknowledged.


SCHEDULE

 * Submission Deadline: 12th March 1999
 * Notification Date: 12th April 1999
 * Camera ready copy due: 23rd April 1999


WEBSITE http://www.cs.um.edu.mt/~mros/celst

CONTACT

Michael Rosner
e-mail: mroscs.um.edu.mt





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