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GLoCALL deadline approaching! (Vietnam, Nov. 2007)

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  • Tom Robb
    Dear Colleagues, The deadline for GLoCALL presentation proposals is just around the corner -- July 1, 2007. See http://glocall.org for complete details. *Time
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 27, 2007
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      Dear Colleagues,

      The deadline for GLoCALL presentation proposals is just around the
      corner -- July 1, 2007. See http://glocall.org for complete details.

      *Time & Location
      November 2-4 GLoCALL - Hanoi
      November 5-7 GLoCALL - Ho Chi Minh CIty
      *Plenary Speakers
      GU YueGuo, Beijing Foreign Studies University
      Deborah Healey, Oregon State University, U.S.A.
      Scott Windeatt, Newcastle University, U.K.
      *Featured Speakers
      Stephane Charitos, Columbia University, U.S.A.
      Andrew Ross, Brown University, U.S.A.

      *State of the Art & Practical Presentations solicited!
      For those who plan to participate in both locations, you may repeat
      your presentation or give different ones. In fact, we do hope that you
      will considering doing more than one -- one on your current area of
      research and another to introduce some simple aspect of technology, be
      it how to use Excel for grading, making use of Powerpoint for language
      practice activities, or how to use your favorite web site in a
      creative way. Rest assured that the local participants will be eager
      to hear your ideas.

      *Cheap lodging space limited. Register soon!
      Hanoi University will be making their Guest House facilities
      available to the first 40 participants who apply at an incredibly low
      price. The inexpensive hotels near the RETRAC site in Ho Chi Minh City
      have limited capacity, so make your reservations early if you would
      like to stay cheaply within walking distance to the conference site.
      You can register for the HANU Guest House and view other lodging
      information now on the http://glocall.org site.

      *Making Time for Sightseeing
      For those who can attend in both locations, rest assured that there
      will be sufficient time to take in the local attractions. There is
      only an evening workshop scheduled on the first day in each location,
      so you may use those days for sightseeing if you don't want to help
      out with the workshops. Since there will be some repetition in the
      scheduling, this will also allow you some additional free time.

      We look forward to seeing many of you there in November!

      Collegially,
      Tom Robb. President, PacCALL
      Jeong-Bae Son, President, APACALL
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