LINGUIST List 10.446

Fri Mar 26 1999

Calls: Teaching Spanish, Machine Translation

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  1. Patricia MacGregor-Mendoza, Teaching Spanish to Native Speakers
  2. ren, Computer Language Information Processing

Message 1: Teaching Spanish to Native Speakers

Date: Thu, 25 Mar 1999 13:16:13 -0600
From: Patricia MacGregor-Mendoza <pmacgregNMSU.Edu>
Subject: Teaching Spanish to Native Speakers


 CALL FOR PAPERS
 FIFTH ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON 
 TEACHING SPANISH TO NATIVE SPEAKERS
 AUGUST 13-15, 1999
 LAS CRUCES, NEW MEXICO

Presentations: Submissions are being sought for 30-minute paper
sessions (20 minutes presentation 10 minutes discussion) and 2-hour
workshop sessions. Topics may be drawn from any discipline, but
should be broadly related to advancing knowledge of this growing field
by identifying the unique social or linguistic characteristics of
Native Spanish Speakers (e.g. issues in identity, social history,
dialect, proficiency, etc.), developing pedagogical theory and/or
implementing pedagogical techniques that address the specific needs of
Spanish speakers.

Submission Guidelines: To propose either a paper or a workshop, submit
two copies of a one-page anonymous abstract which includes the title
and outlines the focus of the paper or workshop and level of student
(elementary, secondary, post-secondary) which the presentation
addresses . At the top of the abstract, write the word Paper
or Workshop to identify the appropriate forum for your
presentation. Submit a separate page which includes the presentation
forum (paper or workshop), presentation title, name, affiliation,
address, phone and e-mail of all presenters. Please also indicate any
special audio-visual needs required for the presentation on this page.

Mail, fax or e-mail this information to the Institute of Spanish for
Native Speakers by the deadline of May 31, 1999.
 Mail: Cecilia R. Pino and Patricia MacGregor-Mendoza
 Fifth Annual Spanish for Native Speakers Conference
 %Institute of Spanish for Native Speakers
 Department of Languages and Linguistics
 New Mexico State University,
 Box 30001, Dept. 3L, Las Cruces, NM 88003 USA
 Fax: (505) 646-7876
 E-mail: cepinonmsu.edu or pmacgregnmsu.edu

Registration fee: On or before June 1, 1999: Students: $35; Others
$50. After June 1, 1999: Students $45, Others $60.

Lodging: Best Western Mesilla Valley Inn, 901 Avenida de Mesilla, Las
Cruces, New Mexico 88005, (505) 524-8603, Reservations: 800-327-3314.
Double room $54.00 a night.

Transportation to and from El Paso Airport: Las Cruces Shuttle (505)
525-1784, $24.00 one way, $35.00 round trip.

Please mention Spanish for Native Speakers Conference when making
lodging and transportation arrangements.

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 Fifth Annual Conference on Teaching Spanish to Native Speakers
 Las Cruces, NM August 13-15, 1999
 
Registration Form

Title First Name Last
Name

Institution/Organization
Position:

Institution/Organization Address

City State Zip

Business Phone ( )
Fax: E-mail:

Levels Taught

Home Address

City State Zip

Home Phone ( ) Best Time to Call

Prefer to be contacted at (Please circle one): 
Home Work No Preference

Please list the topic(s) on which you are willing to make a presentation
in the future. Indicate whether or not you have made this presentation
before, and, if so, when and where. If you have given the same talk
many times, you may simply mention the most recent occasions.
Topic/Title 
Date and Place



Would you be interested in participating in another capacity (e.g.
Session Chair, Evaluation Committee, etc.)? Yes No

Comments:



Registration Fee (US): $35 Students; $50 Others by June 1, 1999. After
June 1, 1999: $45 Students, $60 Others. Please make check or money
order to Dept. of Languages and Linguistics.

Please return this form with Registration Fee to: Fifth Annual
Conference on Teaching Spanish to Native Speakers, Institute of Spanish
for Native Speakers, Department of Languages and Linguistics, New Mexico
State University, Box 30001, Dept. 3L, Las Cruces, NM 88003.

 
Office Use Only
Date Amount Paid
Check Number Entered by
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Message 2: Computer Language Information Processing

Date: Fri, 26 Mar 1999 10:29:36 +0900
From: ren <renits.hiroshima-cu.ac.jp>
Subject: Computer Language Information Processing



 International Symposium on Machine Translation & 
 Computer Language Information Processing (ISMT&CLIP)
 Beijing, China, June 26-28, 1999

 Call for Papers

You are invited to participate in the International Symposium on
Machine Translation & Computer Language Information Processing
(ISMT&CLIP), which will be held on June 26-28, 1999 at Beijing, China.

ISMT&CLIP is a international symposium on machine translation and
computer language information processing. The symposium will provide a
forum for the researchers, developers and participates to exchange
their ideas and discuss the future direction of machine translation
and computer language information processing.

Sponsored by
Natural Language Processing Scientific Committee (NLPSC) of Chinese
Information Association of China (CIAC)

Undertaken by
Research Center of Computer & Language Information Engineer of
Chinese Academy of Sciences

Supported by
Chinese National Natural Science Found
Research Center of Computer & Language Information Engineer of
Chinese Academy of Sciences

Topics
Suggested topics include (but not limited to):
Machine Translation Grammar 
Machine Translation System Design and Practical Technology
On-line Machine Translation
Machine Translation Evaluation
Multi-Language Knowledge Base
Corpus and Processing
Natural Language Processing
Dictionary Regimentation and Language Engineering
Information Retrieval & Information Extraction
Natural Language Understanding
Speech Recognition & Synthesis
Intelligent Input Methodologies
Pattern Recognition and Handwriting Recognition
Network Information Processing and Communication
Artificial Intelligent Technologies Application
Computer-aided Instruction
Natural Language Human-machine Interface

Information for Authors
Original unpublished papers of no more then six pages of A4 by laser
printer are invited. The paper can be written in English or Chinese.
All the papers must include following parts: title (subtitle), author
information (address, postcode, author name, email), abstract,
keywords, text and reference.
The telephone number, fax number and detail address for contact if
needed.

Important Dates
April 15, 1999 Paper of camera ready manuscript submission due
May 15, 1999 Notification of acceptance

Contact
Zhou Xiaojun
Research Center of Computer & Language Information Engineer of Chinese
Academy of Sciences
Kequn Building (West), No.30, Xueyuan Rd., Haidian District, Beijing,
P.R China 100083
Tel: (010) 62333652-207 Fax: (010) 62312212
Email$B#:(Bxiaojunzhouyahoo.com

Authors also can contact with Co-Chair of the Program Committee of 
the ISMT & CLIP: 

 Prof.& Dr. Fuji Ren 
 Faculty of Information Sciences
 Hiroshima City University
 3-4-1, Ozuka-Higasi, Asa-Minami-Ku
 Hiroshima, 731-3194, Japan
 Tel:+81-82-830-1584 
 Fax:+81-82-830-1584 or +81-82-830-1792
 Email:renits.hiroshima-cu.ac.jp

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Fuji Ren 
Faculty of Information Sciences, Hiroshima City University
3-4-1,Ozuka-Higashi,Asa-Minami-Ku,Hiroshima,731-3194,Japan
Tel&Fax:+81-82-830-1584 Email:renits.hiroshima-cu.ac.jp
http://www.nlp.its.hiroshima-cu.ac.jp/~ren
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