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Wed May 05 2010
Calls: Applied Ling, Cog Sci, Lang Acq/USA
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Second Language Research Forum
Message 1: Second Language Research Forum
From: Anna Lukyanchenko <lavumd.edu>
Subject: Second Language Research Forum
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Full Title: Second Language Research Forum
Short Title: SLRF
Date: 14-Oct-2010 - 17-Oct-2010
Location: College Park, USA
Contact Person: SLRF 2010 organizing ommittee SLRF 2010 organizing
Meeting Email: SLRF2010umd.edu
Web Site: http://www.webspace.umd.edu/SLRF2010/
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Cognitive Science; Language
Call Deadline: 07-May-2010
The 2010 Second Language Research Forum will be held October 14-17 at
the University of Maryland. In concert with the theme 'Reconsidering SLA
Dimensions and Directions', this year's SLRF conference will bring together
relevant theories and research methodology from various disciplines that
deepen our understanding of SLA and its application to real world needs.
2nd Call For Papers
We would like to inform you that the deadline for abstract submissions to
Second Language Research Forum (SLRF-2010) has been extended. The
new Submission Deadline is May 7, 2010.
We invite proposals on cognitive, discourse, functional, generative,
psycholinguistic, socio-cultural and structural perspectives on second
language research. Comprehensive syntheses, preferably in the form of
meta-analysis, are also invited in these areas. Please limit all abstracts to
300 words; the limit for proposal summaries is 50 words.
Paper presentations will be 20-minutes long, followed by a 10-minute
Poster presenters will be available to present and discuss their work after
the lunch break on Friday and Saturday. Posters are intended to be a
presentation of work in progress.
You may submit a maximum of one abstract as first author, in addition to a
possible role as a colloquium organizer, discussant, or co-author/co-
presenter of another paper.
The 10 students with the highest abstract ratings will receive a travel award
in the amount of $300. Award recipients will be announced July 1st, 2010,
on the SLRF website.
Instructions for Submission:
All proposals will be submitted through the SLRF 2010 online submission
system. To submit an abstract, please use on the following link:
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