LINGUIST List 24.188|
Fri Jan 11 2013
Editor for this issue: Alison Zaharee
From: Deny Kwary <kwaryyahoo.com>
Subject: Lexicography and Dictionaries in the Information Age
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Full Title: Lexicography and Dictionaries in the Information Age
Date: 20-Aug-2013 - 22-Aug-2013
Location: Bali, Indonesia
Contact Person: Deny Kwary
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://asialex2013.org
Linguistic Field(s): Lexicography
Call Deadline: 01-Feb-2013
The conference will look at the features and roles of lexicography and dictionaries in the information age. The participants will include lexicographers, linguists, translators, lecturers, teachers, and students. Special sessions for software developers and publishers are also available.
2nd Call for Papers:
There are three streams for this ASIALEX 8th International Conference:
1. Parallel sessions
2. Software demonstrations
3. Publishers’ presentations
The theme for the parallel papers is: Lexicography and Dictionaries in the Information Age. The topics of the papers include, but are not limited to, the following areas:
Evolution of dictionaries into multiple information sources
Lexicography as an interdisciplinary research field
Development of online and mobile dictionaries
Features of pocket electronic dictionaries
Printed dictionaries in the information age
Dictionaries for minority languages
Advances in dictionary user surveys
Dictionaries as language learning resources
To submit an abstract, please download the Abstract proposal form available on our website.
Software developers and publishers interested in presenting their products are invited to download the ‘Publisher and software proposal form’.
For further information, please contact Dr. Deny Kwary at denykwary.net.
Extended deadline for abstract submission: 1 February 2013
Full paper deadline: 10 May 2013
Early registration: 28 January 2013 - 27 May 2013
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