LINGUIST List 24.4833|
Fri Nov 29 2013
Calls: Applied Linguistics/Hong Kong
Editor for this issue: Bryn Hauk
From: Xuesong Gao <xsgaohku.hk>
Subject: 5th Hong Kong Association for Applied Linguistics Conference
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Full Title: 5th Hong Kong Association for Applied Linguistics Conference
Short Title: The 5th HAAL Conference
Date: 07-Jun-2014 - 07-Jun-2014
Location: Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Contact Person: Xuesong Gao
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.haal.hk/
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Call Deadline: 31-Mar-2014
The conference is a one-day affair and provides an opportunity for you to report on research, explore ideas and update yourself on current developments in applied linguistics research.
Professor Ken Hyland - University of Hong Kong
Professor Wang Chuming - Guangdong University of Foreign Studies
Call for Papers:
The 5th HAAL Conference
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Are you teaching or researching in the area of Applied Linguistics? If so, why not showcase your work and bring it to the attention of others in Hong Kong and the region? Whether your work is qualitative, quantitative and/or classroom based, consider sending a proposal.
Proposals for papers (20 minutes + 5 mins for Q&A) and workshops (55 minutes) should reach the organisers not later than 31 March 2014. Please note that each presenter is limited to one individual presentation (workshop) OR one joint presentation (workshop).
Your abstract should be 120-150 words (MS Word format) under your name, institution, contact phone and email data. For students: kindly indicate the year of your studies and, where appropriate, your supervisor. Do submit your proposal on the form attached/available from the website.
Submit your proposal online at: www.haal.hk.
For additional information on the conference: www.haal.hk, or contact Dr. Andy Gao at xsgaohku.hk.
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