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Fri Feb 04 2011
Calls: Applied Linguistics/Spain
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1. Debra Westall ,
10th European Association of LSP (AELFE) Conference
Message 1: 10th European Association of LSP (AELFE) Conference
From: Debra Westall <dwestallupvnet.upv.es>
Subject: 10th European Association of LSP (AELFE) Conference
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Full Title: 10th European Association of LSP (AELFE) Conference
Short Title: 10th AELFE Conference
Date: 05-Sep-2011 - 07-Sep-2011
Location: Valencia, Spain
Contact Person: Marisa Carrió Pastor
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.upv.es/contenidos/AELFE/
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Call Deadline: 01-Mar-2011
10th International Conference of the European Association of Languages for Specific Purposes (AELFE)
Applying Research and Teaching to Specialized Languages and Technology
5-7 September 2011 - Valencia, Spain
Department of Applied Linguistics - Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
Conference website: www.aelfe2011.upv.es
‘Applying Research and Teaching to Specialized Languages and Technology’ is the theme selected to facilitate discussion of both the theoretical aspects and the practical applications that technological innovations offer researchers and reachers of specialized languages. This is an excellent forum for contributions to the following thematic fields: Discourse Analysis, Didactics and Language Acquisition, Information and Communications Technology, Terminology and Lexicology, Translation as well as Cognitive Linguistics and Languages for Specific Purposes (LSP).
Call for Papers:
Contributions are welcome for the following thematic fields: Discourse Analysis, Didactics and Language Acquisition, Information and Communications Technology, Terminology and Lexicology, Translation as well as Cognitive Linguistics and Languages for Specific Purposes (LSP).
All those interested in submitting proposals should do so before the 1st of March 2011. The main working languages will be Spanish, French or English, although proposals submitted in other languages may also be considered. Proposals must not exceed 300 words in length and must be sent only to the AELFE contact address: AELFE2011upv.es
Proposals will be reviewed by at least two members of the corresponding panel and/or by experts selected for this purpose. Authors will be notified as to whether their proposals are accepted or rejected and if any changes are necessary to conform to the established Conference norms.
Speakers will be allowed 20 minutes for their presentations, and then the floor will be open for questions for 10 minutes. Every effort will be made to group speakers according to the topics presented so as to facilitate scholarly discussion. All rooms are equipped with computers, projectors and internet connection for the speakers' convenience.
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