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Sun Dec 16 2001

Confs: Computer Key-Stroke Logging, Sweden

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Message 1: Computer Key-Stroke Logging and Writing Symposium

Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2001 22:45:43 +0100 (MET)
From: Kirk Sullivan <kirkcs.umu.se>
Subject: Computer Key-Stroke Logging and Writing Symposium



The Computer Key-Stroke Logging and Writing Symposium will take place at
Ume� University, Ume�, Sweden between April 11 and April 13 2002.

Key-stroke logging has, to date, been used in linguistics to investigate
syntactic development in the L2, for examining written discourse
development and to compare discourse flow and linguistic information
structuring in speech and writing.

The Symposium aims to bring together those developing the
technology, those currently undertaking research using key-stroke logging
and analysis tools, and those who are interested in learning more about
this exciting development in writing research methodology in an informal
symposium setting. We hope that this this also promote new collaborative
research in this field.

Details about the symposium, how to register and submit a paper
will be found at: http://www.ling.umu.se/~kirk/key.htm
A temporary site is available at: http://www.cs.umu.se/~kirk/sym/Sym.htm 
until the former site is restored.

The web-site will be reguarly updated, so if the information you
are looking for it not here, check the site reguarly and/or send an
email to eva.lindgrenling.umu.se


Local Organizing Committee
Eva Lindgren lindgrenling.umu.se
Kirk Sullivan kirkling.umu.se

Scientific Committee
Eva Lindgren			Ume� University, Sweden
Kerstin Severinson Eklundh	KTH, Stockholm, Sweden
Kristyan Spelman Miller Reading University, UK
Sven Str�mqvist Lund University, Sweden
Kirk Sullivan Ume� University, Sweden
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