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LINGUIST List 17.546

Sat Feb 18 2006

Calls: Lang Acquisition/Murcia, Spain

Editor for this issue: Kevin Burrows <kevinlinguistlist.org>


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        1.    Carlos Periñán, 1st International Conference on Human and Material Resources in Foreign Language Learning


Message 1: 1st International Conference on Human and Material Resources in Foreign Language Learning
Date: 17-Feb-2006
From: Carlos Periñán <jcperinanpdi.ucam.edu>
Subject: 1st International Conference on Human and Material Resources in Foreign Language Learning



Full Title: I International Conference on Human and Material Resources in Foreign Language Learning

Date: 13-Jul-2006 - 14-Jul-2006
Location: Murcia, Spain
Contact Person: Carlos Periñán
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.ucam.edu/unidcentral/idiomas/Events/002/index.htm

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition

Call Deadline: 14-Apr-2006

Meeting Description:

Research on the roles that traditional, computer-based and human resources play in the language learning process.

We welcome paper proposals in relation to the roles that any of the following can play in the language learning process:

1. Human resources: native speakers, tandem learning, language advisors, language teachers, peer learners...

2. Traditional resources: paper-based (grammar books, textbooks, printed media...), audiovisual (video, cassette, DVD)...

3. Computer-based resources: software, Internet, electronic communication tools (forum, chat, e-mail)...

Paper proposals for 20-minute papers (and 10-minute discussion) must include:
-Personal and academic data: author's name, affiliation and e-mail address
-An abstract up to 150 words, including the paper title
-A three-page description of your research question, including relevant bibliography

Paper proposals should be sent by 14 April 2006 via e-mail to ibradypdi.ucam.edu; the body of the e-mail will be [i], but [ii] and [iii] should be sent as .doc attachments (Word format). Please set the subject line of your e-mail to include the following reference: RFLL06-paper
Notification of acceptance or rejection of submitted proposals will be mailed by 5 May 2006.

All accepted papers will be submitted for publication as book chapters, providing that the entire texts are sent by 30 June 2006 and authors strictly follow the formatting rules of our style sheet.

The official language of the conference is English.





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