It is the EuroSLA abstract time again! The abstract submission will open tomorrow and close the last of February. I am sending this message to you as your name is on the list of EuroSLA Sientific Comittee, i.e. the list of scholars who have indicated their willingness to review abstracts. Unless we hear from you soon, we … Continue reading Call for abstracts for EuroSLA 2016
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The Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS will be hosting a two-day workshop on ‘Learner corpus based approaches to second language acquisition’ on 31 March – 1 April, 2017. As recently put by Myles (2015), “second language researchers have been rather slow in taking advantage of learner corpora and their associated computerised methodologies (…), and LCR … Continue reading ‘Learner corpus based approaches to second language acquisition’ workshop
Centre for Research in Language Development throughout the Lifespan (LaDeLi)Workshop, University of Essex, 26 April 2016 Social interaction is an intrinsic aspect of what makes us human, and language, both first (L1) and additional (L2) languages, is learned amidst communication exchanges where linguistic evidence is made available. The study and examination of the linguistic environment … Continue reading Call for papers: The role of interaction in language development and loss throughout the lifespan
TESL Canada invites applications and nominations for the position of editor (or co-editors) of the TESL Canada Journal for a four year term beginning July 1, 2017. The successful applicant/team should be prepared to begin as Associate Editor(s) for a period of one year under the current Editor, Marian Rossiter, starting July 1, 2016 or … Continue reading TESL CANADA JOURNAL EDITOR
CALL FOR PAPERS Fifth Implicit Learning Seminar June 23-25 2016, Lancaster University http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/implicit-learning-seminar The study of implicit-statistical learning plays a central role in the cognitive sciences. The 2016 Implicit Learning Seminar will bring together leading researchers from a variety of backgrounds (cognitive psychology, linguistics, neuroscience, computer science) who share an interest in the cognitive and … Continue reading Call for papers: Fifth Implicit Learning Seminar, Lancaster University, June 23-25 2016
Here’s a quick reminder that the deadline for submissions is Friday 8th January, 2016. Papers should be between 8,000 and 10,000 words in length, and should be submitted to me electronically at this email address. Full submission guidelines can be found at the EUROSLA website http://eurosla.org/submission_guidelines We very much look forward to receiving your papers!
The TESL Canada Journal (http://www.teslcanadajournal.ca) is soliciting proposals from prospective guest editors for the 2016 Special Issue. The TESL Canada Journal is an open access, refereed journal for practicing teachers, teacher educators, graduate students, and researchers. As the federally funded flagship journal of the TESL Canada Foundation, its mandate is to publish articles that contribute … Continue reading TESL Canada Journal: Call for proposals for special topic issue 2016
The application form for the EuroSLA Workshop Grants Program and additional information are available at http://www.eurosla.org/eurosla-workshop-grants-programme/. The deadline for applications is Oct. 31st 2016.