LINGUIST List 31.3735

Fri Dec 04 2020

Confs: Language Acquisition/Online

Editor for this issue: Lauren Perkins <laurenlinguistlist.org>



Date: 04-Dec-2020
From: Ana Andúgar <anaandugargmail.com>
Subject: RESEARCH INTO EARLY YEARS LANGUAGE (REYLL) NETWORK DOCTORAL WEBINAR
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RESEARCH INTO EARLY YEARS LANGUAGE (REYLL) NETWORK DOCTORAL WEBINAR
Short Title: REYLL DOCTORAL WEBINAR


Date: 15-Dec-2020 - 15-Dec-2020
Location: Online / Murcia, Spain
Contact: ANA ANDÚGAR SOTO
Contact Email: < click here to access email >

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition

Meeting Description:

The Doctoral Webinar is organized by the Multilingual Childhoods / REYLL research network Committee, Responsible: Dr. Ana Andúgar Soto, Senior Lecturer and researcher at the Catholic University of Murcia (Spain), aandugarucam.edu

Aim: The Doctoral Webinar will provide PhD candidates working in areas of early language learning and teaching with a unique opportunity to interact with renowned and experienced researchers in the field and discuss with them about their research data.

Eligibility: Prospective PhD candidates should already have collected at least some of their research data and possibly have published some results.

Announcement:

The next REYLL's webinar is very close (15 December 15:30 CET), and we are sending you this email to encourage you to participate. Having senior researchers in this PhD workshop is essential to receive rich and varied feedback for participants. Besides, we would also open a final debate on the directions and trends ELL research is moving forward. So please schedule it in your agendas ;-)

We remind you that in this webinar PhD candidates working in areas of early language learning and teaching will explain to us their interesting research designs and results. To find all information regarding the webinar you can visit website: https://multilingualchildhoods.wordpress.com/about/research-network-activities/reyll-doctoral-webinar/

We would appreciate if you could you register for the webinar in the next link: https://forms.gle/tpm2htqqZosTsDEZ7

We encourage participants to register so as to receive the zoom link on time.

If you need any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us.




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