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Wed Jan 30 2008

FYI: Call for Papers: Special Volume of CALICO Journal

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        1.    Gillian Lord, Call for Papers: Special Volume of CALICO Journal

Message 1: Call for Papers: Special Volume of CALICO Journal
Date: 29-Jan-2008
From: Gillian Lord <glordrll.ufl.edu>
Subject: Call for Papers: Special Volume of CALICO Journal
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Lara Lomicka (University of South Carolina) and Gillian Lord (University of
Florida) are editing a volume on social networking and online collaboration
for the CALICO Monograph Series 2009 and are currently accepting chapter
proposals for the chapters presented below. Please submit to lomickasc.edu
and glordrll.ufl.edu a one- to two-page description of the chapter you
would like to write based on the general outline below. Please refer to the
title; you can amend aspects of the chapter as you see fit. Submissions
should combine SLA theory, research and practice of relevant applications,
such as those listed below. The book will focus on practical and
theory-based applications and how they relate to SLA and CALL theory, as
well as empirical studies detailing their usefulness to CALL.
The deadline to submit proposals is March 31, 2008. Thank you very much for
your interest and we look forward to working with you. Feel free to contact
us in case of questions.
-Lara Lomicka (lomickasc.edu)
-Gillian Lord (glordrll.ufl.edu)

Website: http://secondgenerationcall.edublogs.org

Chapter topics open to submissions
•Social networking/online communities (FaceBook, MySpace)
•Flickr, YouTube, other social media-sharing sites
•Chatbots (i.e., Fryer & Carpenter, 2006)
•Tagging and folksonomies
•RSS (really simple syndication) and feed aggregators
•Social bookmarking
•Other forms of many-to-many publishing
•Other social software applications

The volume will also contain five invited chapters, with the following topics:
•Podcasting and audioblogging
•Virtual realities

• March 31: Submission of chapter proposal & commitment to timeline
•April 28: Acceptance notices and comments from the editors on chapter
•May 31: Authors post outline and work in progress to wiki
•June 30: Authors provide feedback and comments for each other via wiki
•August 25: Submission of full chapter to editors and to post wiki
•October 6: Comments and requested revisions from the editors on full chapter
•November 3: Resubmit final version of chapter to editors and post to wiki

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics; Language Acquisition

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