LINGUIST List 13.31

Tue Jan 8 2002

Calls: Computational Ling, Multilingual Article

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  1. Larry D. Chong, Information Technology and Universities in Asia
  2. Edwin Rutsch, Calls; for article on the theme of inspiration in your language

Message 1: Information Technology and Universities in Asia

Date: Sat, 5 Jan 2002 16:56:44 +0900
From: Larry D. Chong <chongldkyongju.ac.kr>
Subject: Information Technology and Universities in Asia

Final Paper Call

IT Culture and Language Education 
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND UNIVERSITIES IN ASIA

Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand
April 3rd - 5th 
Organized by The Faculty Senate of Chulalongkorn University
Co-organized by the Asian Association of CALL
 

Sponsored by 1) Ministry of University Affairs, Thailand
 2) The Japan Foundation, Bangkok

Keynote Speakers 
Prof. Charles Ess, Director, Center for Interdisciplinary Studies,
Drury University, USA. Editor of Culture, Technology and Communication
and Philosophical Perspectives on Computer-Mediated Communication.

Prof. Dr. Kyung-Ja Park, 
Department of English Language and Literature
Korea University
Chairman of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics

Prof. Dr. Stephen Carey 
Department of Language and Literacy in Education 
University of British Columbia 
President, Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics


Paper proposals are called in two broad areas:


Computer Assisted Language Learning
Multi Media Assisted Language Learning
Computer-Assisted (Based) Language Testing
Research in new language learning environments 
New role of writing as a tool for communication
Building national/international partnerships for networked language learning
Distance Learning
ICTs in Classroom Teaching and/or Research
ICTs in University Administration

All the types of presentations (paper, workshop, poster) will be welcome.
Please mail your proposals or abstracts (minimum 200 - maximum 500 words) to:

Larry D. Chong

 Chair of The Asia CALL 2002 Committee
 School of Foreign Languages
 Kyongju University, Kyongju, Korea

Tel: +82-54-770-5134; Fax:+82-54-748-2812
E-mail: chongldkyongju.ac.kr

 

Those who are interested in obtaining further information of the
conference through e-mail (whether intending to present or not) are
requested to send their e-mail addresses to the address above.

For those who intend to present, please send your abstracts in the
body of the email. Please do not send it as an attached file.

 
Deadline of submission: January 15, 2002.
Notification of acceptance: February 15, 2002.

Plans are being made with notable publishing presses to publish
selected papers in a bound volume. Participants whose papers are
selected will have the opportunity to revise their papers for the
volume after the conference.

http://www.kyongju.ac.kr/prof/chongld/CALL/CALL.htm
Larry D. Chong, Ph.D.
Department of English Studies 
School of Foreign Languages
Kyongju University
42-1, Hyohyundong, Kyoongju, R.O.Korea
Phone 82-54-770-5134
Fax 82-54-748-2812
chongldkyongju.ac.kr
http://www.kyongju.ac.kr/prof/chongld

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Message 2: Calls; for article on the theme of inspiration in your language

Date: Sat, 5 Jan 2002 15:59:47 -0800
From: Edwin Rutsch <edwinhumanityquest.com>
Subject: Calls; for article on the theme of inspiration in your language

Calls: Article on the Theme of Inspiration in Your Language

I am looking for native speaking language experts to contribute a
short 300 word article/essay, on the meaning of the word for
"Inspiration" in their language of expertise. This is for inclusion in
an art book I am writing entitled "The Spirit of Inspiration".

The article would include aspects of the following about the nature of
inspiration in your language of expertise; the definition, etymology,
how it is expressed in the arts and your personal insights about
it.

For more information, I have created a detailed submission guideline
with a sample article which you can view at this URL;
http://Humanityquest.com/Themes/Inspiration/ArticleGuidelines/

I would like to have at least 50 different languages represented in
the book, so I am trying to spread the word to as many different
language experts as possible. I would be most grateful for any:
 * referrals to other language experts and teachers.
 * email lists that I could post to.
 * other suggestions for how to get the word out.
Feel free to forward this information to anyone you think may be interested in
contributing.

If you have any questions please contact me.
Thank you so much for you time and consideration.

Sincerely,
Edwin

Edwin Rutsch
El Cerrito, Ca 94530
USA
(510) 528-9895
edwinhumanityquest.com
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