LINGUIST List 12.681

Mon Mar 12 2001

FYI: Summer School/Terminology, 2003 LSA Institute

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  1. iuladocum, III International Summer School of Terminology/ Spain
  2. Barbara Abbott, 2003 LSA Institute

Message 1: III International Summer School of Terminology/ Spain

Date: Thu, 8 Mar 2001 17:19:11 +0100
From: iuladocum <>
Subject: III International Summer School of Terminology/ Spain

We are pleased to complete information you about the IULATERM activities
organised by the Institut Universitari de Ling��stica Aplicada (IULA) of
the Universitat Pompeu Fabra for summer 2001.

Barcelona - Spain ,July, 2-6, 2001

The Internacional Summer School of Terminology is an introductory
course on terminology addressed to students and young researchers
interested in this scientific discipline. 

The main goal of this summer course is to present the Communicative
Theory of Terminology, mainly characterised by a linguistic approach
gathering notions, such as: terminological variation harmonisation, term
usage in texts, terminological application design, linguistic
engineering for terminological work and research.

The summer course, organised by the IULATERM professors, comprises 32
hours. It includes theoretical and methodological sessions and seminarss
(morning) and workshops (afternoon). Courses will be given in Spanish.


Mornings: theoretical and methodological sessions and seminars*

Monday 2nd
09 30 h - 10 00 h Opening address
10 00 h - 13 30 h "Terminology Theory General approach: Presentation,
Theoretical Framework and Consequences", M. Teresa Cabr�, Carles Teb�. 

Tuesday 3rd
09 30 h - 13 30 h "Specialised Communication and Texts", Jaume Mart�,
Meritxell Dom�nech, Montserrat Ribas.

Wednesday 4th
09 30 h - 13 30 h "Specialised Units: Terminological and Phraseological
units", Merc� Lorente, Judit Freixa, Elisabet Sol�

Thursday 5th
09 30 h - 13 30 h "Methodology and Applications", Rosa Estop�, Cristina
Gelp�, Llu�s De Yzaguirre.

Friday 6th
09 30 h - 10 30 h Round-table discussion
11 00 h - 12 00 h Final lecture: Josep Bernabeu (title to be confirmed)
12 00 h Closure

*To obtain an attendance certificate, students must attend the 80% of
the morning sessions and seminars.

Afternoons: optional workshop offer**

Monday 2nd and Tuesday 3rd
15 30 h -17 30 h 
Option A: Internet linguistic resources: search strategies and
avaluation criteria, Judit Feliu, Mercedes Su�rez, Ra�l Araya.
Option B: Terminology and translation memories, Carles Teb�, Gabriel
Quiroz, Helena P�mpols, Rosanna Folguer�.

Wednesdey 4th and Thursday 5th
15 h 30-17 h 30
Option A: Construction and access to terminological data bases, Araceli
Alonso, Anna Matamala, Irina Kostina.
Option B: Text processing for terminological management, Carme Bach,
Antoni Nomded�u, Jordi Vivaldi.

**When registering, students must choose two of the workshops to be

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Message 2: 2003 LSA Institute

Date: Fri, 9 Mar 2001 15:10:47 -0500
From: Barbara Abbott <>
Subject: 2003 LSA Institute

Attention potential conference and workshop organizers: 

The 2003 LSA Institute will be held in East Lansing, Michigan at
Michigan State University, June 30 - August 8, 2003. The focus of the
2003 Institute is language, mind, and society, and more than 80 courses
taught by leading scholars will be offered. Several co-occurring
events have already been scheduled, including the Annual Meeting of the
Cognitive Science Society, which will be held in conjunction with the
Institute July 18-20, 2003. If you are interested in organizing an
event in conjunction with the 2003 Institute, please don't hesitate to
get in touch with me.

Barbara Abbott

Workshop Coordinator, 2003 LSA Institute

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