LINGUIST List 7.646

Thu May 2 1996

FYI: Autumn School Comp Ling,NLLIA pages,Teach in Japan

Editor for this issue: Annemarie Valdez <avaldezemunix.emich.edu>


Directory

  1. Knut Hartmann, Autumn School of GLDV, Sept 23-27, Magdeburg, Germany
  2. Peter White, New NLLIA Pages
  3. editorohayosensei.com, O-Hayo Sensei 1996 #7 Now Available

Message 1: Autumn School of GLDV, Sept 23-27, Magdeburg, Germany

Date: Mon, 29 Apr 1996 08:53:30 +0200
From: Knut Hartmann <hartmannhp827.cs.Uni-Magdeburg.DE>
Subject: Autumn School of GLDV, Sept 23-27, Magdeburg, Germany


 First Announcement

 Herbstschule (autumn school) of the
 Gesellschaft f"ur linguistische Datenverarbeitung
 (GLDV; association for linguistic data processing)

 Challenges for computational linguistics:
 coping with multiple languages, media and sciences

 September 23 - 27, 1996
 Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany

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courses: (5 lessons, 1 1/2 hours each)

 Elisabeth Andre'
 (German Center for Artificial Intelligence, Saarbr"ucken)
 (DFKI Saarbr"ucken)
 Intelligent Multimedia Userinterfaces

 John Batemann (GMD Darmstadt)
 Multilingual Multilingual Text Generation for
 Information Systems

 Hans Haller (IAI Saarbr"ucken)
 Controlled Language and Tools

 Roland Hausser (University of Erlangen-N"urnberg)
 Semantic Parsing

 Chris Mellish (University of Edinburgh)
 Applied Automatic Generation of Texts and
 Hypertexts

 Dietmar R"osner (University of Magdeburg)
 Knowledge Representation with Terminological Logics


The courses will be held in German, therefor a basic
knowlege of German language is required.

We try to provide scholarships for -- primarily -- students
from Eastern Europe. Please send your application
to the address below.

Registration Fees before 30 June, 1996
 Members of GLDV Nonmembers
students: 80,-- DM 100,-- DM
others : 120,-- DM 150,-- DM

Registration Fees after 30 June, 1996
 Members of GLDV Nonmembers
students: 120,-- DM 160,-- DM
others : 140,-- DM 200,-- DM

Further information including abstracts of the
courses, a list of hotels and their prices,
a description of the location
together with a registration form
will soon be available on the homepage of
autumn school '96 at

 http://www-ai.cs.uni-magdeburg.de/herbstschule96.html

If you want to book a bed in the youth hostel,
please note it on the registration form.


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Otto-von-Guericke Universit"at Magdeburg
Institut f"ur Informations- und Kommunikationssysteme
Prof. Dr. Dietmar R"osner
Universit"atsplatz 2
D-39106 Magdeburg

tel: +49/391/67-1 87 18
fax: +49/391/67-1 20 18
email: herbstschuleiik.cs.uni-magdeburg.de
www: http://www-ai.cs.uni-magdeburg.de/herbstschule96.html

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Message 2: New NLLIA Pages

Date: Thu, 02 May 1996 09:26:44 +1000
From: Peter White <peterwlingua.cltr.uq.OZ.AU>
Subject: New NLLIA Pages


We have prepared new World Wide Web pages for the NLLIA. There are several
new links and consolidation of previous pages, which should make it easier
for users to access the many and varied services and centres of the
National Languages and Literacy Institute of Australia.

We have just put up the 1996 NLLIA publications catalogue as well; its
direct URL is http://www.cltr.uq.oz.au:8000/nllia/publications

The general URL for the NLLIA is http://www.cltr.uq.oz.au:8000/nllia

Links to services:
	
	* 1996 NLLIA Publications Catalogue
	* LATTICE's Language Links (over 300 links to language, literacy
	 and related areas)
	* Language Expo '96 (July 1996 in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia)
	* Conference list (April '96)
	* LLEISA (South Australia's NLLIA Teaching & Curriculum Centre's
	 clearinghouse and databases)
	* NLLIA Databases

Links to centres and networks:

	* The NLLIA's National Office
	* NLLIA Language and Society Centre (Monash University)
	* NLLIA Language Acquisition Research Center (University of Western
	 Sydney)
	* NLLIA Centre for Workplace Communication and Culture (University
	 of Technology Sydney)
	* NLLIA Language and Technology Centre (The University of
	 Queensland)
	* NLLIA Language Testing and Research Centre (The University of
	 Melbourne)
	* NLLIA Language Testing and Curriculum Centre (Griffith
	 University)
	* NLLIA Centre for Deafness and Communication Studies (Griffith
	 University)
	* NLLIA Victorian Office (In Melbourne, home of the NLLIA
	 Publications Service, ARIS and the Adult Literacy Network)
	* NLLIA Western Australian Office (In Perth)
	* NLLIA Centre for Research and Development in Interpreting and
	 Translating (Deakin University, Melbourne)
	* NLLIA Style Council (Macquarie University, Sydney)
	* NLLIA South Australian Teaching and Curriculum Centre (Adelaide,
	 South Australia)
	* NLLIA Adult Literacy Research Network
	* NLLIA Child Literacy and ESL Research Network
	* Adult Basic Education Resource and Information Service (ARIS),
	 based at the NLLIA Victorian Office (Melbourne)

The sites will be under construction for a while as new information comes
to hand.

All of these sites can be accessed via the NLLIA's home page.
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Message 3: O-Hayo Sensei 1996 #7 Now Available

Date: Wed, 01 May 1996 18:34:23 -0800
From: editorohayosensei.com <editorohayosensei.com>
Subject: O-Hayo Sensei 1996 #7 Now Available
If you're interested in teaching English in Japan, the best source for
current job information is bi-weekly newsletter Hayo Sensei.

In 1996 #7:
Thirty-Two Teaching Positions
Writing/Editing Jobs
Have Your Pizza (And Eat It, Too)
Double Up, For Safety
What's Good About An Odd Work Schedule
How to Call and Write
Exchange Rates

The complete current newsletter is available free via e-mail as a text-only
document (about 27K), by sending a message with ONLY this EXACT text string
in the body:

get issue 1996no7

to ONLY this address:

issueohayosensei.com

O-Hayo Sensei will be e-mailed back to you in a few hours.


Or you can visit the WWW site for a preview:

http://www.ohayosensei.com


Good luck!


Lynn Cullivan
Editor, O-Hayo Sensei
editorohayosensei.com
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