LINGUIST List 20.504|
Tue Feb 17 2009
Calls: Lexicography/Netherlands; Applied Ling/United Kingdom
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European Association for Lexicography
Assessment and Intervention for English as and Additional Language Children
Message 1: European Association for Lexicography
From: Anne Dykstra <adykstrafryske-akademy.nl>
Subject: European Association for Lexicography
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Full Title: European Association for Lexicography
Short Title: Euralex
Date: 06-Jul-2010 - 10-Jul-2010
Location: Leeuwarden, Friesland, Netherlands
Contact Person: Anne Dykstra
Meeting Email: infoeuralex2010.nl
Web Site: http://www.euralex2010.eu
Linguistic Field(s): Lexicography
Call Deadline: 01-Oct-2009
European Association for Lexicography Congress
The EURALEX Congresses bring together professional lexicographers, publishers,
researchers, software developers, and others interested in dictionaries of all
types. The next Euralex Congress will be held in Leeuwarden, The Netherlands
from 6 - 10 July 2010.
Call for Papers
The programme will include plenary lectures, parallel sessions on the topics
listed below, software demonstrations, pre-congress tutorials and specialized
workshops, a special session for students and work-in-progress, a book and
software exhibition, and social events for participants and their guests.
The 2010 conference will be hosted by the Fryske Akademy (Frisian Academy) in
Leeuwarden <http://www.fryske-akademy.nl>, the capital of the Dutch bilingual
Province of Friesland. The Fryske Akademy does research on Frisian and
Friesland. Over the years the Fryske Akademy has published a wide range of
Frisian dictionaries. The Mercator Research Centre at the Fryske Akademy studies
the position of lesser-used languages in education, gives information on
national and regional education systems and provides the latest statistics
regarding lesser-used languages in education in the European Union. Frisian
being a small non-state language, the organising committee especially welcomes
papers on any aspect of the lexicography of non-state and lesser used languages.
Papers, posters and software demonstrations are invited on all topics of
lexicography, including, but not limited to, the following fields, which are the
main focus of the congress:
Computational Lexicography and Lexicology
The Dictionary-Making Process
Reports on Lexicographical and Lexicological Projects
Lexicography for Specialised Languages - Terminology and Terminography
Historical and Scholarly Lexicography and Etymology
Phraseology and Collocation
Lexicological Issues of Lexicographical Relevance
Lexicography of non-state and lesser used languages
The main topics are not meant to exclude any lexicographic topic. Papers,
posters and demonstrations that are relevant to the congress, but which do not
fit into any of the categories above, will be reviewed nonetheless and
considered for presentation.
Submissions may be one of the following types: Contributed full papers,
Contributed short papers & project notes, Software demonstrations, Posters,
All submissions will be evaluated anonymously by at least two reviewers. The
Scientific Committee will be aided in this task by a panel of external referees.
The programme will be selected by the programme committee.
There are two types of contributed papers.
Full papers should be timed for 30 minutes
Short papers and project notes will be allowed 20 minutes
All contributed papers will be followed by a 10-minute discussion period.
We are particularly interested in well-prepared software demonstrations,
presentations of electronic dictionaries, corpora, tools, etc. These
demonstrations will be allowed a 30-minute time slot at the congress (they may
be presented more than once).
Submissions proposing software demonstrations should include a description of
the functions, underlying approach implementation of the software, possibly an
indication of a URL, and hardware/software requirements. Technical facilities
will be available, however, we would ask everyone submitting proposals to
indicate well in advance exactly what technical facilities they need.
A poster session is planned. Appropriate facilities will be provided on the
A special session for short presentations by students (15-minute slots) is planned.
E-mail submission is required. The submission process has two parts.
1. Submission registration
First, authors are asked to fill out a submission registration form
<http://euralex2010.eu/en/submission.php>, which provides the congress
organisers with important administrative information. Submission registration
forms can be obtained by sending an e-mail to the address infoeuralex2010.nl.
Once the registration process is successfully completed, authors are asked to
send by e-mail to the address infoeuralex2010.nl an MS-Word or RTF attachment
with the title of their contribution and the submission, preferably in English.
Authors are asked to refrain from including their names in the attachment, but
please ensure that the title of the submission is the same as the one
registered. Submissions should reach the programme committee before 1 October 2009.
Format guidelines for submissions:
Font: Times New Roman, 12pt
Number of pages:
Contributed Papers: 6-8 pages
Student Papers: 4 pages
Software Demonstrations: 4 pages
Posters: 1-2 pages
Once we have received the file and have checked to see that everything is in
order, you will receive a message confirming that your submission will be
reviewed for presentation at Euralex 2010.
Authors whose submissions are accepted will receive a style guide for the
preparation of the final version of the paper to be published in the Proceedings
immediately before the congress.
Further information can be found on the congress website:
The Organising Committee
Message 2: Assessment and Intervention for English as and Additional Language Children
From: Ghada Khattab <ghada.khattabncl.ac.uk>
Subject: Assessment and Intervention for English as and Additional Language Children
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Full Title: Assessment and Intervention for English as and Additional Language
Date: 25-Jun-2009 - 25-Jun-2009
Location: Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Contact Person: Carolyn Letts
Meeting Email: c.a.lettsncl.ac.uk
Web Site: http://www.ncl.ac.uk/linguistics/news/events/item/assessment-management
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition
Call Deadline: 27-Mar-2009
Assessment, Management and Intervention for Eal Children with Speech, Language
and Communication Disorders.
Thursday 25th June 2009
Call for Papers
This one day conference will take place in the Research Beehive at Newcastle
University. This is a follow-up and dissemination event to an ESRC funded
seminar series. Anyone with an interest in the area is welcome!
Early registration fee: £40 (includes lunch and refreshments)
Professor Virginia Gathercole, ESRC Centre for Research on Bilingualism in
Theory and Practice, Bangor University.
Abstracts for papers or posters addressing any aspect of working with EAL or
bilingual children who have underlying speech, Language and communication
needs/difficulties are welcome. Please restrict the length of your abstract to
400 words and indicate whether you wish to give an oral or poster presentation.
Deadline for Abstracts: Friday 27th March 2009.
We will let you know whether your proposal has been successful by 25th April.
Deadline for Early Registration: 25th May 2009.
Please submit abstracts to: crillsncl.ac.uk , clearly marked for conference:
'Assessment, Management and Intervention for Eal Children with Speech, Language
and Communication Disorders'
If you have any specific queries please email Carolyn Letts: c.a.lettsncl.ac.uk
Carolyn Letts, Ghada Khattab.
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