LINGUIST List 5.613

Thu 26 May 1994

FYI: Language e-lists, Summer language courses

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  1. Suzanne E Kemmer, list of language e-lists
  2. "George Fowler h( , Summer language courses
  3. "George Fowler h( , Summer language courses

Message 1: list of language e-lists

Date: Tue, 24 May 94 16:50:11 CDlist of language e-lists
From: Suzanne E Kemmer <kemmerruf.rice.edu>
Subject: list of language e-lists


In answer to the query for language email lists:

There was a list of e-lists for languages and language-learning
published recently in the Athelstan Newsletter on Technology and Language
Learning.

Part II of the list appeared in Vol. 6(1), Feb. 1994 and covered
Romance lgs. and Latin America, and Slavic and Eastern Europe. Part I
appeared in Vol. 5(4); I can't remember what lgs. it covered. I
think there is going to be a Part III in the next issue of the
Newsletter. The compiler of the list is David Bedell at U. of Alabama.

The Athelstan Newsletter is distributed free of charge to teachers,
researchers, and college administrators in the U.S., and available at
a nominal subscription charge for those abroad, which covers postage and
handling.

The contact address for the Newsletter is:
 Athelstan
 2476 Bolsover, Suite 464
 Houston TX 77005

The editors of the Newsletter are Michael Barlow (barlowruf.rice.edu)
and Suzanne Kemmer. Short informational articles about any aspect of
the use of technology for language teaching and research can be
submitted to Michael Barlow. (as an example of the kinds of articles
published, the latest two issues have had articles on the use of
concordances for language teaching and research, by Simon
Murison-Bowie.)
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Message 2: Summer language courses

Date: Tue, 24 May 94 14:49:36 ESSummer language courses
From: "George Fowler h( <GFOWLERucs.indiana.edu>
Subject: Summer language courses

The Indiana University Summer Workshop in Slavic and East European languages
(June 17-August 12, 1994) has a number of slots available for studying a
variety of languages this summer.

Fellowships are available for 1st-year Georgian (tuition, room & board, plus
approx. $250 for books and miscellaneous).

Tuition will be waived for the following languages (all 1st year unless
otherwise noted): Bulgarian, 2nd-year Czech, Estonian, Hungarian, 2nd-year
Polish, Romanian, Slovene.

The following courses still have space available, but no financial aid (all 1st
year unless otherwise noted): Czech, Polish, Serbian/Croatian, Kazakh, Kyrgyz,
Turkmen, and Uzbek (1st and 2nd year).

Anyone interested should get in touch IMMEDIATELY with the Workshop
administration:

Director, SWSEEL
502 Ballantine Hall
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47405
(812) 855-2608 [phone]
(812) 855-2107 [fax]
Email: EDWrightIndiana.Edu
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Message 3: Summer language courses

Date: Tue, 24 May 94 14:49:36 ESSummer language courses
From: "George Fowler h( <GFOWLERucs.indiana.edu>
Subject: Summer language courses

The Indiana University Summer Workshop in Slavic and East European languages
(June 17-August 12, 1994) still has a number of slots available for studying a
variety of languages this summer.

Fellowships are available for 1st-year Georgian (tuition, room & board, plus
approx. $250 for books and miscellaneous).

Tuition will be waived for the following languages (all 1st year unless
otherwise noted): Bulgarian, 2nd-year Czech, Estonian, Hungarian, 2nd-year
Polish, Romanian, Slovene.

The following courses still have space available, but no financial aid (all 1st
year unless otherwise noted): Czech, Polish, Serbian/Croatian, Kazakh, Kyrgyz,
Turkmen, and Uzbek (1st and 2nd year).

Anyone interested should get in touch IMMEDIATELY with the Workshop
administration:

Director, SWSEEL
502 Ballantine Hall
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47405
(812) 855-2608 [phone]
(812) 855-2107 [fax]
Email: EDWrightIndiana.Edu
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