Submission deadline: 8th September 2013 (New deadline!)
We welcome empirically-based studies as well as methodological and theoretical papers. Empirical research should include a combination of qualitative and quantitative data collection and/or analysis procedures (naturalistic, elicited or experimental data). The workshop is open to research on any perspective in SLA (interactionist, variationist, sociocultural, etc.) and the following broad areas of research:
- language in context (i.e., interactionist, variationist, sociocultural, etc.)
- linguistics and sociolinguistics (i.e. morphosyntax, vocabulary, pragmatics, etc.)
- psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics (i.e., processing, frequency-based accounts, etc.)
- skill learning (i.e., reading, speaking, perception, language assessment, etc.)
- individual differences (i.e., motivation, aptitude, age, identity etc.)
- the setting of learning (i.e., classroom research, study abroad, technology etc.)
The review of the abstracts will be conducted anonymously and will be evaluated in terms of the: 1. relevance/appropriateness of the topic in relation to the theme of the conference; 2. quality of theoretical orientation, originality and design of theresearch (if applicable); 3. overall quality. Each author may submit one individual abstract and one abstract in a co-authorship. A submission should include a title (15 words maximum), an abstract (300 words maximum, excluding references), and a brief summary for the conference program (50 words maximum). Name, affiliation, and email address should be provided on a separate page. The language of the workshop is predominantly English, but contributions in other European languages will also be considered. However, abstracts should be submitted only in English.
Abstracts should be submitted electronically to email@example.com.
The deadline for submission is September 8th, 2013.
Receipt of all submissions will be acknowledged.
Notifications of acceptance will be sent by September 15th , 2013.