1st CALL FOR PAPERS 3rd International Language and Interaction

1st CALL FOR PAPERS
3rd International Language and Interaction Conference
CLI 2015
June 17-19, 2015
São Leopoldo, Brazil
http://www.unisinos.br/eventos/linguagem-e-interacao/
The 3rd International Language and Interaction Conference (CLI 2015)
invites submissions for individual presentations, coordinated sessions and
posters on all scientific approaches which analyze and interpret the relationship
between language and interaction.
Looking at interaction from a broad perspective, since 2005 the Conference has
aimed at promoting discussions on topics related to the studies of language and
interaction, encouraging interactional practices among different areas of studies,
such as Languages and Linguistics, Social Sciences, Collective Health, Education
and Philosophy. The Conference will accept papers from national and international
participants in the following thematic areas:
1. Interaction and teaching/learning of the L1
2. Interaction and teaching/learning of the L2/FL
3. Interaction and literacy
4. Interaction and literary production
5. Interaction and technologies
6. Interaction and institutional practices
7. Interaction and genres/discourse
8. Interaction and gender
9. Interaction and healthcare
10. Interaction and cognition
I.
General Submission Guidelines
1. All abstracts must be submitted through the Conference website.
2. Proposals in Portuguese, English and Spanish will be accepted.
3. The abstract should be written in the language in which the paper will be
presented.
4. Participants must choose one type of submission: individual presentation,
coordinated session or poster (See item III for specific guidelines on each
presentation format).
5. Abstracts will be blindly reviewed, so authors should not include their names or
otherwise reveal their identity anywhere in the body of the abstract. There are
appropriate fields on the conference website submission page where all of the
authors’ names should be informed.
6. Authors who have their abstracts accepted may choose to submit their full text
to be published in the Conference proceedings. The submission of the full text is
NOT mandatory; it is the participant’s choice. The expiration date for the
submission of full texts is April 1, 2015.
7. All authors must pay for their conference registration fee by April 1, 2015 in
order to have their proposals included in the conference final program and
proceedings. As per the guidelines provided in this document, only registration for
participants not presenting papers will be accepted after this date.
II. Registration fees
Early bird registration
Deadline: January 30, 2015
Professionals presenting papers or
posters
R$ 275,00
Undergraduate and graduate students
presenting papers or posters
R$ 175,00
Participants NOT presenting papers or
posters
R$ 150,00
Regular registration
Deadline: April 1, 2015.
Note: This is the expiration date for authors who are presenting at the Conference
to pay for their registration fees, so that their presentation can be included in the
Conference’s final program and/or the Conference proceedings.
Professionals presenting papers or
posters
R$ 300,00
Undergraduate and graduate students
presenting papers or posters
R$ 200,00
Participants NOT presenting papers or
posters
R$ 150,00
Regular registration (Audit only participants)
Deadline: June 17, 2015
Note: Starting on April 2, 2015 only registrations for participants NOT presenting
will be accepted. Participants who have submitted presentation proposals, but have
not paid their registration fees before April 1, 2015 will have their presentations
deleted from the Conference’s final program. Even though these participants will
NOT present, they can still register to attend the Conference only.
Participants NOT presenting papers or
posters
R$ 150,00
III. Presentation Format: Specific Submission Guidelines1
Abstracts must not exceed 4.000 characters (with spaces), including
references. Authors may submit a maximum of one single-authored and two
jointly-authored oral presentation abstracts. Abstracts must not inform the
author(s) name(s). Abstract must be submitted through the Conference website:
http://www.unisinos.br/eventos/linguagem-e-interacao/.
a) Individual Presentations will be 15 minutes each, with a 5-minute
question-and-answer period.
b) Coordinated Sessions must be organized according to a specific theme or
topic, following the Conference’s thematic areas. Each coordinated session
should have from three to four presenters, and should last 90 minutes,
allowing at least 15 minutes for each presentation followed by 5 minutes for
questions and general discussions. Coordinated session proposals must be
sent by the following e-mail: cli2015@unisinos.br. You can find a brief
outline of a coordinated session proposal in the end of this call for
presentation. Proposals must contain the coordinated session name,
coordinator session’s name and an abstract, not exceeding 4.000 characters
(with spaces), including references, in which the session’s coordinator
describes the theme of the coordinated session and its relevance for the
Conference. The session abstract must be followed by the abstracts of each
work to be presented in the session, including the title of the abstract, the
name of the author and the abstract (not exceeding 4.000 characters). All
members of the coordinated session must submit their abstracts
individually through the Conference website, meeting the deadline
of November 20, 2014.
c) Posters will be presented in a special session at the conference, when
authors should present. Posters are typically a good format for presentations
where visual display of tables, graphs, maps, etc. are particularly important.
Abstracts for posters should not exceed 4.000 characters (with spaces),
including references. Undergraduate students may only submit poster
proposals.
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In the Conference website, you can access our tutorial in English explaining the entire submission
process.
IV. Certificates
All participants presenting at the Conference must have paid their registration fee
to be eligible to receive their certificate(s) on the day(s) of their presentation(s). A
certificate for participation can be requested by the participant at the University’s
Academic Records Department after the Conference is finished.
V. Important dates
Attention: Submission deadline extended to December 15, 2014.
Opening date for abstract submission
October 15, 2014
Abstract submission Deadline
November 20, 2014 December 15, 2014
Notification of reviewers’ decision
As from January 14, 2015
Opening date for registrations
January 15, 2015
Deadline for full text submissions
April 1, 2015
Deadline for registration payment in
order to have the presentation included
in the Conference’s final program and
the full text published in the Conference
proceedings
April 1, 2015
3rd International Language and
Interaction Conference
June 17-19, 2015
VI. More information on the International Conference on Language and
Interaction 3
Website: http://www.unisinos.br/eventos/linguagem-e-interacao/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/CLI-2015/1441981996069019
Contact us:
For inquiries, e-mail cli2015@unisinos.br. A team of professionals will be
available to answer questions in order to make sure each participant receives full
attention. Therefore, do NOT forget to write the subject of your message (e.g.
“submission problems”, “questions on registration payment” or “questions on
submission of full text”), in the appropriate “subject” field. This information will
enable us to immediately forward your message to the right person to help you.
Coordinated Session Proposal Outline
(to be e-mailed to: cli2015@unisinos.br)
Coordinated Session Title
Coordinator’s name
Abstract: Abstracts must not exceed 4.000 characters (with spaces), including
references.
Works to be presented on the coordinated session:
Abstract Title
Author’s Name
Abstract: Abstracts must not exceed 4.000 characters (with spaces), including
references.
Abstract Title
Author’s Name
Abstract: Abstracts must not exceed 4.000 characters (with spaces), including
references.
Abstract Title
Author’s Name
Abstract: Abstracts must not exceed 4.000 characters (with spaces), including
references.