LINGUIST List 7.18

Thu Jan 4 1996

FYI: Listserv for teachers of LCTLs, Lg in the Judicial Process

Editor for this issue: Ann Dizdar <dizdartam2000.tamu.edu>


Directory

  1. Louis E Janus) (Louis Janus, LCTL-T, listserv for teachers of LCTLs
  2. "Bethany Dumas, UTK", Language in the Judicial Process (http://hamlet.la.utk.edu)

Message 1: LCTL-T, listserv for teachers of LCTLs

Date: Tue, 02 Jan 1996 14:07:07 CST
From: Louis E Janus) (Louis Janus <janus005maroon.tc.umn.edu>
Subject: LCTL-T, listserv for teachers of LCTLs
 Announcing LCTL-T, a new listserv for teachers of
 Less Commonly Taught Languages.


The Less Commonly Taught Languages (LCTL) Project at the University of
Minnesota has established a new listserv aimed at encouraging
communication among teachers of LCTLs around the world. We define
LCTLs as all languages other than English, French, German, and
Spanish.

This listserv will complement the five specific language listservs
also run by the project -- celtic-t, china-t, hindi-t, nordic-t, and
polish-t -- as well as more general listservs for foreign language
teachers like flteach, scolt.

Discussions will center on issues related to teaching specific LCTLs
(e.g., "Does anyone know of a source for software to teach Bengali?)
or on more general issues facing LCTL teachers (e.g., "Because I am
the only Korean teacher at my school, we are the last ones to get
funding... Any ideas for strengthening our position?")

LCTL-T is open to anyone, and is unmoderated.
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To subscribe to LCTL-T, send the one line message

sub lctl-t yourfirstname yourlastname

to

<listservVM1.SPCS.UMN.EDU>
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You will receive confirmation of a successful subscription along with
information on how to unsubscribe, post messages. If you have any
questions or problems, please contact:

Louis Janus
 Less Commonly Taught Languages Project
 Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition
 University of Minnesota
 UTEC--1313 5th Street SE, Suite 111
 Minneapolis, MN 55414
 612/627-1872 (voice)
 612/627-1875 (fax)
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janus005maroon.tc.umn.edu
 or
LCTLmaroon.tc.umn.edu
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Louis Janus
 Less Commonly Taught Languages Project
 Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition
 University of Minnesota
 UTEC--1313 5th Street SE, Suite 111
 Minneapolis, MN 55414
 612/627-1872 (voice)
 612/627-1875 (fax)
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janus005maroon.tc.umn.edu
 or
LCTLmaroon.tc.umn.edu
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Message 2: Language in the Judicial Process (http://hamlet.la.utk.edu)

Date: Wed, 03 Jan 1996 13:22:22 -0400
From: "Bethany Dumas, UTK" <DUMASBUTKVX.UTCC.UTK.EDU>
Subject: Language in the Judicial Process (http://hamlet.la.utk.edu)
Issue 3 of the World Wide Web newsletter of language and law,
Language in the Judicial Process (http://hamlet.la.utk.edu), will be
published this month. You are invited to submit the following items
for inclusion in that issue:

1. Bibliographic citations & abstracts (including conference papers).

2. Citations of legal opinions.

3. Conference programs.

4. Other appropriate items.

All such items should be sent to the Editor, Bethany Dumas
<dumasbutk.edu> (see mailing address below).

Additionally, publishers are invited to send books for review (see
mailing address below).

Also, I am pleased to announce that text-only versions of Issues 1
(July 1995) and 2 (October 1995) of Language in the Judicial
Process are now available via email. Issues 3 (January 1996) and 4
(April 1996) will also be available as text-only versions available via
email.

To automatically receive text-only copies of Issues 1-4 via email,
send your name and email address to the Technical Editor:

David Hale <dhaleutk.edu>
URL:http://www.utcc.utk.edu
UTK Computing & Administrative Systems
Training & Documentation Services
400 Dunford Hall
University of Tennessee
Knoxville, Tennessee 37996 USA
VOICE: (615) 974-1322


Send all other items to me:

Bethany K. Dumas <dumasbutk.edu>,
Department of English
University of Tennessee
Knoxville, TN 37996-0430
VOICE: 615-974-6965
FAX: 615-974-6926

Bethany Dumas
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