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Mon Dec 14 2009

Calls: Applied Ling/Japan

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        1.    Rudolf Reinelt, The 9th Annual JALT Pan-SIG Conference 2010

Message 1: The 9th Annual JALT Pan-SIG Conference 2010
Date: 13-Dec-2009
From: Rudolf Reinelt <reineltiec.ehime-u.ac.jp>
Subject: The 9th Annual JALT Pan-SIG Conference 2010
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Full Title: The 9th Annual JALT Pan-SIG Conference 2010
Short Title: panSIG2010

Date: 22-May-2010 - 23-May-2010
Location: Suita, Osaka, Japan
Contact Person: Eric Skier
Meeting Email: skiertoyaku.ac.jp
Web Site: http://pansig.org/2010/callforpapers.html

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Call Deadline: 15-Feb-2010

Meeting Description:

Learner Perspectives

The 9th Annual JALT Pan-SIG Conference 2010
May 22-23, 2010
Osaka Gakuin, University, Suita City, Osaka

The organizing committee of the JALT Pan-SIG Conference 2010 invites all
interested applied linguistic researchers to submit presentation proposals for
the 9th Annual Pan-SIG Conference, which will be held on Saturday and Sunday,
May 22 and 23, 2010 at Osaka Gakuin University.

Call for Papers

This conference is co-sponsored by the Computer-Assisted Language Learning
(CALL), Extensive Reading (ER), Framework and Language Portfolio (FLP), Global
Issues in Language Education (GILE), Japanese as a Second Language (JSL),
Lifelong Language Learning (LLL), Other Language Educators (OLE), Pragmatics
(PRAG), Study Abroad (SA), Teacher Education (TEd), Testing & Evaluation (TEVAL)
Special Interest Groups together with the Kyoto Chapter of the Japan Association
of Teaching (JALT).

Research in any area of applied linguistics will be welcome. Two types of
proposals will be considered:
1. Reports on completed research
2. Works in progress (including completed research design and/or data collection)

Presentations will be 45 minutes in length (including 10 minutes for questions
and answers). Preference will be given to those submissions that fit the theme
of the conference and/or general interests of the SIG to which the submission is
being made. In particular, presenters that actually incorporate learners (or
their voices/images/videos) are highly encouraged to submit!

Proposals

Contents:
(1) a 50-word summary,
(2) a 150-word abstract, and
(3) personal information (name, affiliation, contact details)

Send to: submissionspansig.org

Deadline: No later than February 15, 2010

Subject line: The subject line should read: Submission for (XX) where `XX'
is the abbreviated form of the SIG. i.e. (Submission for SA)

Format: All proposals should be sent as an attachment; either as
a) Microsoft Word document (.doc) or
b) Rich Text File (.rtf) file format.

Submissions made in any other form will not be accepted.
Proposals for workshops (120 minutes) and poster sessions are also invited.

For further information, please contact Eric Skier (Pan-SIG 2010 Submissions
Chair) at skiertoyaku.ac.jp

Message for teacher-researchers not based in Japan:
Please be aware that as a conference falling under the auspices of the JALT
name, we are unable to assist with sponsoring anyone to either attend or present
at the conference. Please do not submit a proposal if you have no means of
attaining a visa, if necessary, to enter Japan.

Thank you for your understanding,
Pan-SIG Organizing Committee
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