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Tue Jul 19 2011

FYI: Call for Posters: Tech in Grad Curriculum LSA 2012

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        1.     Laurel Stvan , Call for Posters: Tech in Grad Curriculum LSA 2012

Message 1: Call for Posters: Tech in Grad Curriculum LSA 2012
Date: 17-Jul-2011
From: Laurel Stvan <stvanuta.edu>
Subject: Call for Posters: Tech in Grad Curriculum LSA 2012
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Seeking submissions for poster presentations to accompany a themed panel on
ways to present technological skills training to graduate students in
linguistics. Posters would be part of a larger proposal submission
consisting of five speakers making up a panel discussion for the first 1.5
hours, followed by a poster session that illustrates various successful
course projects or uses of a language tech tool in the second 1.5 hours.

Please send a 200 word abstract for a poster that will illustrate such a
project. Send PDF's of an abstract to stvanuta.edu. Put ''LSA Poster'' in
the heading.

Abstracts due by July 24, 2011 (midnight EST). Selected abstracts will be
forwarded with the larger submission to the LSA on July 31.

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Laurel Smith Stvan
Associate Professor of Linguistics
Associate Chair and Graduate Advisor
Dept. of Linguistics and TESOL
The University of Texas at Arlington
http://ling.uta.edu/~laurel
stvanuta.edu
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Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics


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