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Message 1: AAAL Call for Papers

Date: Wed, 03 Aug 1994 14:38:16 AAAL Call for Papers
From: Jeff Connor-Linton <CONNORLINTONguvax.acc.georgetown.edu>
Subject: AAAL Call for Papers


The 1995 Annual Meeting of AAAL will be held in Long Beach, CA,
March 25-28, immediately prior to the TESOL Convention. The
Program Chair is Jodi Crandall (Department of Education,
University of Maryland, Baltimore County, 5401 Wilkens Avenue,
Baltimore, MD 21228; 410/455-2313; e-mail:
crandallgl.umbc.edu). Associate Chairs are Donna Christian and
Ken Sheppard (Center for Applied Linguistics (202) 429-9292), and
the Local Chair is Terrence Wiley (California State University,
Long Beach). 2
 Participants are urged to make hotel reservations early.
For information or to make reservations, contact: the Long Beach2
Hilton, Two World Trade Center, Long Beach CA, 90831-3102, U.S.A.2
or call (310) 983-3400, or 1-800-445-8667, and ask for the group
rate (US $99 for single/double and US $119 for suites) for the2
AAAL Annual Meeting.
 Featured plenary speakers at the meeting will include2
William Grabe, Claire Kramsch, Reynaldo Mac_as, Muriel
Saville-Troike, Merrill Swain, and Walt Wolfram. In addition,
several colloquia will be organized: Future Directions for
Second Language Reading Research (organizers: Elizabeth2
Bernhardt and Jan Hulstijn) Issues in the Assessment of Learner
Strategies (organizers: Roberta Abraham and Roberta Vann)
Language Policy and Planning: Educational, Political and Social
Perspectives (organizers: G. Richard Tucker and Richard Donato)
Literacy and Bilingualism in Deaf Education (organizers: Claire
Ramsey and Carol Padden) Researching Integrated Language Content
Instruction: Secondary ESL and FL (organizers: Marguerite Ann
Snow, Marjorie Wesche, and Diane Musumeci) A call for papers has
also been issued, inviting abstracts for individual papers,
colloquia and research workshops on topics in applied2
linguistics: Individual papers will be 20 minutes long, with 10
minutes for discussion. Send three copies of a typed
double-spaced abstract no more than 250 words long. In the upper
left-hand corner of the first copy, place the submitter's name,
address, phone and fax numbers, e-mail address and institutional
affiliation. Do not put any identification on the second and
third copies. In addition, please submit a 50-word typed
single-spaced summary, headed by the name and affiliation of each
presenter together with the title of the paper. This summary
will appear in the conference program exactly as it is submitted;2
please be certain that what you present is what you wish to have
printed in the program.
 Proposals are also invited for two- or three-hour colloquia,
including up to four or six presentations respectively.
Colloquium proposals should be submitted in the same manner as
individual papers, except that abstracts should be attached for
each contribution together with a 50-word description by the
organizer of the entire colloquium for the conference program. 2
All abstracts for presentation in a colloquium must be submitted
together, accompanied by a cover letter from the organizer
bearing the organizer's name, address, phone and fax numbers,
e-mail address and institutional affiliation, explaining how the
individual presentations will relate to one another and to the2
theme of the colloquium.
 Research Workshops will be 1 1/2 hours long and include one
or two presenters. They should be hands-on, technique rather2
than result-oriented sessions that show "how to do" some aspect
of research in applied linguistics. Workshop proposals should
follow the same guidelines as proposals for individual papers and
colloquia. Abstract submissions are due at the Business Office
no later than September 16, 1994. Send all abstracts and
colloquium or workshop proposals to: AAAL 1995 Program
Committee, 7630 West 145th Street; Suite 202, Apple Valley, MN
55124-7553. Telephone. (612) 953-0805; Fax (612) 891-1800;
E-Mail howemr.net Faxes will be accepted.
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Message 2: call for papers

Date: Wed, 03 Aug 94 11:34:03 EDcall for papers
From: <LGARCIAacadvm1.uottawa.ca>
Subject: call for papers

The Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists invit
es submissions of scholarly papers, poster sessions, scientific exhibits, minis
eminars, seminars, and videotapes to the annual conference April 26-29, 1995 in
 Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Submissions should be in the area of communication d
isorders and be of interest to speech-language pathologists and/or audiologists

Please write to the address below for more information and a copy of the "Reque
st for Presentation" form. Only those submissions that conform to the stated g
uidelines and are accompanied by the "Request fro Presentation" form will be re
viewed. Submissions must be received by October 28, 1994.

Address: Linda J. Garcia, Ph.D., Chair, Contributed Papers Subcommittee, CASLP
A Conference '95, Programme d'audiologie et d'orthophonie, Universite d'Ottawa,
545 King Edward, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K1N 6N5, Tel (613) 564-9918, Fax (613
) 564-9919, e-mail: lgarciaacadvm1.uottawa.ca

Linda J. Garcia, Ph.D., S-LP(C)
Programme d'audiologie et d'orthophonie
Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Program
Universite d'Ottawa/ University of Ottawa
545 King Edward
Ottawa, Ontario
Canada, K1N 6N5
TEL: 613-564-9920
FAX: 613-564-9919
e-mail: lgarciaacadvm1.uottawa.ca
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