Corpora: AAACL 2002 Conference

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    CALL FOR PAPERS

    THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR APPLIED CORPUS LINGUISTICS
    PRESENTS
    THE FOURTH ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM ON CORPUS LINGUISTICS
    AND LANGUAGE TEACHING

    INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, USA

    NOVEMBER 2 - 4, 2002

    Sponsored by the Indiana Center for Intercultural Communication and IUPUI

    KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
    Sylviane Granger - University of Louvain, Belgium
    Michael McCarthy - University of Nottingham, UK
    Randi Reppen - Northern Arizona University, USA

    Papers, Colloquia, and Posters are invited on topics including (but not
    limited to):

    *design of corpora
    *corpus annotation
    *linguistic analyses of corpora
    *the use of corpora in language learning and teaching
    *parallel corpora
    *learner corpora
    *ESP and LSP corpora
    *lexicography
    *register/genre variation
    *tagging/parsing
    *concordancing
    *software development

    Abstracts submitted must represent original, unpublished research and should
    follow the guidelines below.

    Submission Guidelines
    Individual Papers should be 20 minutes long with an additional 10 minutes
    for discussion.
    Posters are for one-on-one discussion of work in progress. Posters are
    especially effective for presenting data visually (in charts, graphs, or
    tables). Narrative discussion is best presented in bullet format. A block of
    time will be designated when presenters are available to discuss their
    posters. Upon acceptance, presenters will receive guidelines for their
    posters.
    For a Poster or a Paper, send a copy of an abstract, no more than 250 words
    long, typed on a single page. In the upper left-hand corner, place the
    submitter's name, address, institutional affiliation, phone and fax numbers,
    and e-mail address.
    Colloquium Proposals are invited for 1 hour blocks. Colloquium organizers
    may divide their time as they choose, but time should be allocated for
    opening and closing remarks, presentations, discussants (if included) and
    extended audience response. Colloquium organizers serve as the liaison
    between participants in their colloquium and the Site Committee, and are
    responsible for communication among these participants. A colloquium
    proposal abstract should include the following:
    One copy of a single page statement from the organizer explaining the theme
    of the colloquium, how the individual presentations relate to one another,
    and how the time will be allocated. Include organizer's name, institutional
    affiliation, address, phone and fax numbers, and e-mail address in the upper
    left-hand corner.
    One copy of a 250 word abstract typed on a single page for each individual
    presentation. In the upper left-hand corner place the presenter's name,
    institutional affiliation, address, phone and fax numbers, and e-mail
    address.
    Proposal abstracts can be submitted by mailing in the information or by
    sending as a Word attachment via e-mail (see addresses below).
    Deadline for Submission: August 1, 2002
    Notice of Acceptance/Rejection: August 20, 2002
    Send submissions to:
    Symposium on Corpus Linguistics
    Indiana Center for Intercultural Communication
    IUPUI
    620 Union Drive #407
    Indianapolis, Indiana 46202-5170
    USA
    E-mail address: aaacl@liberalarts.iupui.edu

    For more information on the symposium, including guidelines for submitting
    papers, registration, other conference details, and information about
    Indianapolis, please visit the 2002 AAACL Symposium website at:
    <http://w3.liberalarts.iupui.edu/aaacl/index.html>
    OR
    e-mail us at the above address.



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