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Thu Oct 21 2010

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        1.     Helmer Strik , Speech and Language Technology in Education 2011

Message 1: Speech and Language Technology in Education 2011
Date: 21-Oct-2010
From: Helmer Strik <W.Striklet.ru.nl>
Subject: Speech and Language Technology in Education 2011
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Full Title: Speech and Language Technology in Education 2011
Short Title: SLaTE-2011 workshop

Date: 24-Aug-2011 - 26-Aug-2011
Location: Venice, Italy
Contact Person: Helmer Strik
Meeting Email: W.Striklet.ru.nl
Web Site: http://project.cgm.unive.it/events/SLaTE2011/

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Computational Linguistics

Call Deadline: 08-Apr-2011

Meeting Description:

The SLaTE-2011 workshop is about 'Speech and Language Technology in
Education' (SLaTE), which is the topic of the ISCA-SIG SLaTE
(http://www.sigslate.org).

Call For Papers

ISCA-SIG SLaTE
The ISCA (International Speech Communication Association) Special
Interest Group (SIG) on Speech and Language Technology in Education
(SLaTE) promotes the use of speech and language technology for
educational purposes, and provides a forum for exchanging information
(http://www.sigslate.org).

Workshop Themes
The workshop will address all topics related to SLaTE, such as:
- Speech technology for education
- Natural language processing for education
- Spoken dialogue systems for education
- Applications using speech and/or natural language processing for
education
- Intelligent tutoring systems using speech and natural language
- Development of language resources for SLaTE applications
- Assessment of SLaTE methods and applications

We especially welcome contributions on the future of Speech and Language
Technology in Education, e.g. mobile learning, serious gaming, virtual
reality, social media (networks), etc. In addition, we would like to invite
demonstrations of systems.

Paper Submission
Full 4-page papers should be submitted before April 8, 2011.
Notification of acceptance or rejection of papers will be given by June 10,
2011. For further information see
http://project.cgm.unive.it/events/SLaTE2011/
If you have questions, you can send an e-mail to SLaTE2011-org (at)
let.ru.nl

Organization
SLaTE-2011 will be organized by Helmer Strik, Catia Cucchiarini (Radboud
University Nijmegen, the Netherlands, technical program), Rodolfo
Delmonte and Rocco Tripodi (Ca' Foscari University, Venice, Italy, local
organizers), within the framework of the ISCA-SIG SLaTE (see
http://www.sigslate.org).

Best regards,
Helmer Strik, Catia Cucchiarini, Rodolfo Delmonte, and Rocco Tripodi
The SLaTE-2011 Organizing Committee
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