LINGUIST List 32.473
Mon Feb 08 2021
Calls: Applied Ling/France
Editor for this issue: Lauren Perkins <laurenlinguistlist.org>
Gregory Miras <gregory.miras
Instrumentation and new explorations in applied linguistics E-mail this message to a friend
Full Title: Instrumentation and new explorations in applied linguistics
Short Title: ONELA
Date: 19-Oct-2021 - 21-Oct-2021
Location: Toulouse, France
Contact Person: ONELA 2021
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: https://onela2021.sciencesconf.org/
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Call Deadline: 28-Feb-2021
ONELA 2021 in Toulouse, France brings together the AILA Europe Junior Researchers Meeting with AFLA, the French association for applied linguistics. Organised in collaboration with the Lairdil (LAboratoire Interuniversitaire de Recherche en DIdactique des Langues pour spécialistes d’autres disciplines), CLLE (Cognition, Langues, Langage, Ergonomie) and BCL (Bases, Corpus, Langage), the latest in the conference series CRELA 2013, TRELA 2015, and PRELA 2019, ONELA will focus on Instruments and Explorations in Applied Linguistics, since the question of instrumentation is relevant to all applied linguists, whether they work on the use of language(s), translation, language education, corpus linguistics or other areas. Under instrumentation, we first consider language observation: what tools can be used to observe language and how are observations conducted?
The second issue involves data collection: what means are used to gather, record, store, annotate, analyse and understand data? A third point concerns the communication of results: what instruments are employed to share the results of our research, and how can findings in applied linguistics best be disseminated? ONELA 2021 will look beyond instruments per se in order to assess their power to facilitate (or possibly complicate) new explorations in applied linguistics. This theme will be approached from four angles – language observatories, language learning and education, methods in corpus linguistics, and translation – while transversal approaches to epistemological or historical themes may be situated in any of these areas.
Béatrice Daille, University of Nantes
François Grin, University of Geneva
Bryan Smith, Arizona State University
Call for Papers:
The deadline for submitting an abstract is February 28, 2021. Abstracts can be submitted through the 'New Submission' tab on our website. It is mandatory to be connected with your SciencesConf account to be able to submit an abstract. It is possible to correct one's submission up to the submission deadline.
To submit an abstract, enter the title (max. 160 characters including spaces), authors' names and affiliations (presenting author is in bold), text (max. 400 words), 2 to 5 keywords, preferred type of communication (oral communication in workshop or interactive presentation with poster). The abstract should not contain a figure or bibliography.
It is mandatory to be registered (payment received) for an abstract to be proposed in the final program.
Submitted abstracts will be evaluated by the scientific committee. Final acceptance and type of presentation will be notified at the end of April.
End call for papers: February 28, 2021
Acceptance notification: April 30, 2021
End of additionnal help provided to junior researchers: June 30, 2021
Final version of abstracts: June 30, 2021
Early bird registration opening: March 15, 2021
Late registration opening: August 21, 2021
End of registration: September 10, 2021
More info : https://onela2021.sciencesconf.org/?forward-action=index&forward-controller=index&lang=en
Page Updated: 08-Feb-2021