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Call for Papers - Digital Methodologies in Educational Research. 16-17th May 2013.

Venue: Brockholes Conference Centre in Preston, UK: http://www.brockholes.org/
Invited Speakers: Professor Martin Weller (The Open University, UK) and Stephen Downes (National Research Council, Canada)
Call for papers: 1st December 2012 - 28th February 2013
Abstract submissions to: Dr Michael Thomas (MThomas4@uclan.ac.uk)

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The purpose of this two-day symposium is to develop and support digitally-enabled research across the field of education. By providing a forum for the discussion of digital approaches, the event will enable the exchange of methodologies, ideas, expertise and knowledge and present educational researchers, practitioners and doctoral students with opportunities to develop new networks and share good practice. The use of new digital research methodologies in education is rapidly developing in quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods approaches. Across education digital methods are being used to address new practices related to the changing landscape of research collaboration, observation, analysis and dissemination. As a result of Web 2.0 technologies, educational researchers are also increasingly turning to new approaches to research computer-mediated communication, involving social media, social networks and virtual immersive environments. The symposium will address the key issues related to the Digital Social Research Strategy, particularly in relation to the challenges posed by data collection and analysis in the digital age, including trust and quality, interoperability and data preservation in an educational context. The event is aimed at established as well as early career researchers and postgraduate students.
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Prononcer les langues : appel à contribution

Prononcer les langues : appel à contribution | TELT | Scoop.it
Le numéro est à paraître en mai 2019. Les résumés (3 pages) sont à envoyer avant le 1er avril 2018 aux adresses suivantes : gregory.miras@univ-rouen.fr ; laurence.vignes@univ-rouen.fr
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Language teachers’ perceptions on the use of OER language processing technologies in MALL

(2018). Language teachers’ perceptions on the use of OER language processing technologies in MALL. Computer Assisted Language Learning. Ahead of Print.
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Survey by Perez Paredes and colleagues suggests  FL teachers in UK and Spain support technology mediated learning in theory more than in practice, particularly with respect to mobile devices and more sophisticated corpus tools
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An evaluation of TTS as a pedagogical tool for pronunciation instruction: Tiago Bione, Jennica Grimshaw, Walcir Cardoso 2017

Short paper on text-to-speech for EFL input with intermediate Brazilian students. The researchers compared students' impressions and performance on tasks delivered by TTS and human voice and found little difference. They suggest TTS is suitable for pedagogical exploitation in contexts where authentic materials are in short supply.
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Resources for corpus linguistics in EFL: MH Brown

Resources for corpus linguistics in EFL: MH Brown | TELT | Scoop.it
These resources and tools are available for free. They are broken into four sections and listed alphabetically. If you have any questions, or would like to suggest another resource to add to this page, please let me know in the comments. Corpora, concordancers, engines, and analysis resources AntConc - AntConc and several other tools, such as…
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Arizona State University, Claire McLaughlin's curator insight, November 29, 2017 10:06 PM
More sites to use for corpus.  What's useful is many of the sites listed mention which language group would find their site useful and why.
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A.nnotate.com: Upload, Annotate, Share. Online document review and collaboration - PDF, Word and HTML

A.nnotate.com: Upload, Annotate, Share. Online document review and collaboration - PDF, Word and HTML | TELT | Scoop.it
A.nnotate offers online document review, annotation, collaboration, discussion, sticky notes, pdf indexing, pdf markup, sticky notes online, comments on web pages to annotate pdf documents online with online stikis
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Édition 2018 du colloque AFLS – Appel à communications | Association d'études en langue française

Édition 2018 du colloque AFLS – Appel à communications | Association d'études en langue française | TELT | Scoop.it
Le colloque annuel de l’Association For Language Studies AFLS2018 sera accueilli par le laboratoire URI Octogone-Lordat (EA 4156) et aura lieu à l’Université de Toulouse (UT2J) du 27 au 29 juin 2018. L’édition 2018 portera sur la thématique «Langue française : mise au point sur ses usages et ses utilisateurs». Elle s’intéressera aux différents travaux de recherche apportant de nouveaux éclairages sur l’utilisation de la langue française par différents utilisateurs
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Figement et discours spécialisé : Gautier 2017

Ce volume propose un état des lieux de la recherche actuelle sur la mise en oeuvre de la catégorie du figement pour l’analyse des discours spécialisés. Les auteurs articulent l’approche du figement d’une part avec la terminologie en examinant non seulement les modalités de formation des termes, mais aussi leur profil combinatoire, leur rapport à la notion de collocation et leur fonctionnement dans la dénomination. Ils envisagent d’autre part le rôle du figement en discours et dans la phraséo-genèse du texte. Les objets d’études sont variés – textes techniques, textes de presse spécialisée, textes de vulgarisation. Les langues objets sont le français, l’anglais et l’allemand.
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