LINGUIST List 24.1697|
Tue Apr 16 2013
Calls: Cognitive Science/Malaysia
Editor for this issue: Alison Zaharee
From: Marinda Hamid <2013apcoldgmail.com>
Subject: 1st Asia-Pacific Conference on Dyslexia and Other Learning Disabilities 2013
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Full Title: 1st Asia-Pacific Conference on Dyslexia and Other Learning Disabilities 2013
Short Title: APCoLD 2013
Date: 24-Jun-2013 - 27-Jun-2013
Location: Kuching, Malaysia
Contact Person: Marinda Hamid
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.dyslexia-swk.com/
Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science
Call Deadline: 30-Apr-2013
This conference will draw together experts on dyslexia and other learning disabilities and share information and practice of assessment, diagnosis, intervention, teaching-learning and support services for affected students and other individuals. The objectives of the conference are to draw attention to specific learning disabilities, to promote research work on these disabilities among postgraduate students, academicians and health professionals as well as to bring together experts from both abroad and locally on a common platform to discuss these disabilities and their associated issues.
Call for Papers:
The Scientific Committee invites abstracts of original submission for oral and poster presentations.
Please submit your abstract(s) to: 2013apcoldgmail.com.
1. Abstract(s) must be typed in English on the Abstract Submission Form.
2. Title: Use a concise title that reflects abstract content. Capitalise the first letter of all words except prepositions, conjunctions and articles. Do not use acronyms, abbreviations and initials in a title.
3. Font: All abstract(s) must be typed in Times New Roman, font size 12 point with single spacing and must fit within the box.
4. Text length (not including title and author information) must be between 200 words to 300 words.
5. The purpose of the study, methodology, results and conclusion should be clearly stated.
6. References should be avoided.
7. Abbreviations should be used only for common terms. For uncommon terms, the abbreviation should be given in brackets after the first full use of the word.
8. Do not use tables or graphics in the abstracts. All data must be in narrative form.
9. No limit is imposed on the number of abstracts submitted by individuals.
For more information, please view our website: http://www.dyslexia-swk.com/.
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