[LD-SIG Discussion List] CFP -- 2009 Pan-SIG Conference May 23-24, 2009
hnicoll at gmail.com
Tue Jan 13 06:17:24 CST 2009
Passing this along for the Pan-SIG conference organizers.
*Call for papers*:
Deadline Feb 15, 2009 (for May 23-24, 2009) – *Eighth Annual JALT Pan-SIG
Conference 2009 - Infinite possibilities: expanding limited opportunities in
language education*, at Toyo Gakuen U., Nagareyama Campus, Chiba.
The organizing committee of the JALT Pan-SIG Conference 2009 invites
interested applied linguistic researchers to submit presentation proposals
for the 8th Annual Pan-SIG Conference, which will be held on Saturday and
Sunday, May 23rd and 24th, 2009 at Toyo Gakuen University, Nagareyama
Campus, in Chiba.
This conference is co-sponsored by the College and University Educators
(CUE), Extensive Reading (ER), Gender Awareness in Language Education
(GALE), Life Long Language Learning (LLL), Materials Writers (MW), Other
Language Educators (OLE), Pragmatics (PRAG), Study Abroad (SA) and Testing &
Evaluation (TEVAL) Special Interest Groups, together with the West Tokyo and
Yokohama Chapters of the Japan Association for Language Teaching (JALT).
Two types of proposals will be considered:
1. Reports on completed research
2. Works in progress
Proposals are invited for papers (35 minutes and 10 minutes Q and A),
workshops (120 minutes), and poster sessions (120 minutes). Preference will
be given to those submissions which fit the theme of the conference and/or
general interests of the SIG to which the submission is being made.
(1) an abstract (250 word max.), a title (50 characters maximum) and
(2) personal information (name, affiliation, contact details)
The abstract should be sent by e-mail as an attachment in plain text,
Microsoft Word or PDF format. Please include your name, institution, phone
number, and e-mail address of the main presenter (in case of joint
presentations). The subject line should say *Submission for ___ SIG* (where
___ is the appropriate abbreviation) or *Submission for other* (if the
submission is not related to one of the participating SIGs). Multiple
submissions are acceptable but should be sent as separate e-mails. All
submissions to be sent to the following e-mail address:
submissions at pansig.org by no later than February 15, 2009.
For further information, please check
contact Eric Skier (Pan-SIG 2009 Conference – Submissions Chair) at
submissions at pansig.org.
Hugh Nicoll <http://hughnicoll.org/blog/>
JALT LD-SIG Coordinator <http://ld-sig.org/>
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