LINGUIST List 15.874

Sun Mar 14 2004

Calls: Lang Acquisition/USA; Applied Ling/Malaysia

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  1. srj113, Second Language Research Forum
  2. chongld, 3rd ASIA CALL International Conference

Message 1: Second Language Research Forum

Date: Sun, 14 Mar 2004 18:46:41 -0500 (EST)
From: srj113 <srj113psu.edu>
Subject: Second Language Research Forum


Second Language Research Forum 
Short Title: SLRF 

Date: 14-Oct-2004 - 16-Oct-2004
Location: State College, PA, United States of America
Contact: Stefanie Rehn Jordan
Contact Email: slrf_2004yahoo.com 
Meeting URL: http://lals.la.psu.edu/slrf2004/ 

Linguistic Sub-field: Language Acquisition

Call Deadline: 30-Apr-2004 

Meeting Description:

The Second Language Research Forum (SLRF) will be held at The
Pennsylvania State University from October 14-16, 2004. The theme for
this year's conference, ''Convergence and Collage: Collaboration in
Applied Linguistics and the Language Sciences'', focuses on
interdisciplinary approaches to second language acquisition. Please
see the conference website at http://lals.la.psu.edu/slrf2004 for more
details. 

SLRF 2004 Call for Proposals

The Second Language Research Forum (SLRF) would like to invite
proposals for papers and posters regarding theory and research in
second language acquisition for its annual conference, to be held at
Penn State University from October 14-16, 2004. We especially
encourage interdisciplinary approaches to second language acquisition,
in keeping with the conference theme ''Convergence and Collage:
Collaboration in Applied Linguistics and the Language
Sciences''. Those interested in submitting a proposal should visit the
conference website at http://lals.la.psu.edu/slrf2004/. The deadline
for submitting proposals is April 30, 2004.

Submitters should specify one of the general research strands below
under which they wish their proposal to be evaluated. Reviewers may
consider re-assigning proposals to other strands with the submitter's
permission.

General Research Strands

1. Theoretical and empirical approaches to foreign/second/other
language acquisition and development

2.�Theoretical and empirical approaches to foreign/second/other
language instruction (including, but not limited to, classroom
research and pedagogy)

3.�Linguistic analyses (including, but not limited to,
phonetics/phonology, discourse analysis, conversation analysis, and
syntax) *

4.�Bi- and multi-lingualism *

5.�Language, culture, and society *

6.�Language, neuroscience, and cognition *

7.�Language testing, planning, and policy development *

* as related to foreign/second/other language acquisition,
development, instruction, and/or use

To encourage collaboration, the theme of the conference, individuals
should submit no more than one first-authored proposal. In other
words, a single individual can be listed as first or solo author on
only one proposal, though that same individual can be a secondary
author on other proposals.

Proposals will be accepted for the following formats: 

-�Paper Presentations: 30 minutes long with a 10-minute discussion
period. Submissions should include an abstract of no more than 400
words and a program summary of no more than 50 words.

-�Poster Presentations: to be displayed for a 2-hour block of
time. Posters should meet basic size and design specifications to be
supplied by the SLRF conference organizers.

Evaluation of Proposals

Abstracts for individual presentations are evaluated by a team of
reviewers from the relevant strand in each of the following
categories:
- Topic must be relevant, timely and important to the field 
- Presentation must include innovative and original research 
- Research question(s), data collection procedures and analytic
approaches must be clearly indicated
-�Presentation must be well-organized
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Message 2: 3rd ASIA CALL International Conference

Date: Sun, 14 Mar 2004 20:11:54 -0500 (EST)
From: chongld <chongldgyeongju.ac.kr>
Subject: 3rd ASIA CALL International Conference


3rd ASIA CALL International Conference

Date: 24-Nov-2004 - 25-Nov-2004
Location: Penang, Malaysia
Contact: Larry Chong
Contact Email: chongldgyeongju.ac.kr
Meeting URL: http://www.asiacall.org

Linguistic Subfield: Applied Linguistics
Subject Language: English

Call Deadline: 30-Jun-2004

Meeting Description:

The 3rd ASIA CALL International Conference

Penang, Malaysia 
November 24 -25, 2004
Conference Website: http://www.asiacall.org

The 1st CALL for PAPERS:
(Submission Deadline: June. 30, 2004)

The overall theme of the conference is:
INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY and EDUCATION

Sub-topics include, but are not restricted to:

- Computer Assisted Language Learning
- Multimedia Assisted Language Learning
- Technology Enhanced Language Learning
- Web-based Language Instruction
- Distance Language Instruction
- Mobile Assisted Language Learning
- Literature, Culture and Multimedia
- CALL & Less commonly taught languages
- CALL & New learning environments
- CALL & Collaboration

We invite abstracts of up to 200 words for

- Paper presentations (time allotted 30 min)
- Show & TELL Workshops (approx. 50 minutes)
- Posters (space allotted 180x90 cm)

Submit abstracts by email in an attachment to chongldgyeongju.ac.kr
Remember to give the name(s) of the author(s), affiliation, e-mail
address, phone number ,FAX number and 50 word biodata.

Important dates

-Deadline for submission of abstracts: June. 30, 2004.
- Notification of acceptance: July. 20, 2004.
-Details regarding the program, registration and hotel accommodation
will be sent out in June, 2004. If you submit an abstract, you will
automatically receive this information. If you do not submit an
abstract, send us an email in order to receive our next newsletter.
- Mailto: chongldgyeongju.ac.kr (International Group)
	ambigausm.my (Malaysian Group)
	
Larry Chong, Ph.D., President 
Ambigapathy Pandian, Ph.D., Conference Chair

Asia Association of Computer Assisted Language Learning
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