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LINGUIST List 20.4205

Tue Dec 08 2009

Confs: Applied Linguistics/Belgium

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        1.    Ann Aerts, Linguapolis Summer School on Design-Based Research

Message 1: Linguapolis Summer School on Design-Based Research
Date: 07-Dec-2009
From: Ann Aerts <ann.aertsua.ac.be>
Subject: Linguapolis Summer School on Design-Based Research
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Linguapolis Summer School on Design-Based Research

Date: 22-Aug-2010 - 27-Aug-2010
Location: Antwerp, Belgium
Contact: Ann Aerts
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://summerschool.linguapolis.be

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Meeting Description:

Linguapolis, the Institute for Language and Communication of the University
of Antwerp, organises, from 22 to 27 August 2010, a Summer School course on
qualitative and quantitative research methods in language learning and

A Toolbox for Design-Based Research

Lecturers are Sven De Maeyer, PhD and Vincent Donche, PhD (Institute of
Education and Information Sciences, University of Antwerp).

The course will focus on methodological considerations in designing and
conducting empirical research. We will highlight the practical issues
involved in the use of qualitative and quantitative research methods.
Insight will be given into the most commonly used data-collection
techniques such as surveys, interviews, and observation. Further we will
analyse how to generate more data-driven conclusions.

The target group are researchers in language learning and teaching who need
to investigate user data or results of specific design practices and
experiments in a more evidence-based manner. The number of participants is
limited to 25. Timely registration (or reservation) is therefore necessary.

This Summer School can be combined with Antwerp CALL 2010: Motivation and
beyond (18-20 August 2010). Participants of CALL 2010 get a reduction for
the Summer School.

Check http://summerschool.linguapolis.be for more information and
registration or contact ann.aertsua.ac.be

Prof. Jozef Colpaert

Ann Aerts

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