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CASTEL-J in Hawaii Deadline Extended to Nov. 30, 2006

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  • Keiko Schneider thru Saboten
    CASTEL-J in Hawaii Deadline Extended to Nov. 30, 2006 The committee has received several inquiries about the deadlines. The concern expressed in these
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 7, 2006
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      CASTEL-J in Hawaii Deadline Extended to Nov. 30, 2006

      The committee has received several inquiries about the deadlines. The
      concern expressed in these inquiries is that it would be hard to
      submit a proposal dealing with technology almost one year ahead of
      the presentation. Since technology advances so rapidly, this type of
      inquiry is understandable.

      The committee has decided to extend the deadline. The new deadlines
      are as follows:

      November 30, 2006: Proposal Deadline
      December 31, 2006: Accepted proposals will be notified
      March 31, 2007: Manuscript Deadline for Conference Proceedings

      Submissions are accepted by e-mail. Please submit your proposal as an
      e-mail attachment to <proposal@...>.
      For the SUBJECT line of your e-mail, please
      enter "CASTEL-J paper proposal" for paper,
      enter "CASTEL-J panel proposal" for panel,
      enter "CASTEL-J posters proposal" for posters,
      enter "CASTEL-J workshop proposal" for workshop,


      * The official conference languages are Japanese and English.
      If you plan to present in English, please submit your proposal in
      English. If you plan to present in Japanese, please submit your
      proposal in Japanese.
      * Send your attachment as a MS Word (DOC)
      * We can provide an LCD projector. However, please use your own
      laptop.


      Your proposal must include the following:
      1) Specify your presentation type (paper, poster, panel session or
      workshop)
      2) Presenter's Name (Primary Presenter in case of co-presentation)
      3) E-mail address
      4) Institution and Department
      5) Mailing Address
      In case of a co-presentation, please clearly indicate the
      primary presenter and provide information for all presenters. 
      6) Presentation Title (less than 10 English words)
      7) Short Abstract (less than 50 English words, this will be used for
      the conference brochure)
      8) Description of paper, panel, panel session or workshop (Less than
      350 English words. Be sure to include adequate information to review.)
      9) Other equipment needs. If you will need to use other AV equipment,
      please specify. In case it's not possible for us to accommodate, we
      will contact you.

      For further information, please go to http://castelj.kshinagawa.com/
      For inquiries, please contact

      Satoru Shinagawa, Conference Chair
      University of Hawaii
      Kapiolani Community College
      4303 Diamond Head Road
      Honolulu, HI 96826
      U.S.A.
      Tel:808-734-9709
      Fax:808-734-9151
      E-mail: satoru@...

      CASTEL-J in Hawaii Steering Committee
      Chieko Kano (Tsukuba University)
      Masaru Sakayauchi  (National Institute for Educational Policy
      Research)
      Yoko Suzuki  (International Christian University)
      Yasu-Hiko tohsaku  (University of California, San Diego)

      CASTEL-J President
      Osamu Mizutani (Nagoya University of Foreign Studies)

      CASTEL-J in Hawaii Conference Chair
      Satoru Shinagawa (University of Hawaii, Kapiolani)



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      Keiko Schneider
      Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
      Southern Methodist University
      Campus Box 750236
      Dallas, TX 75275-0236 U.S.A.
      Email: kschneid@...
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