EUROCALL Research Award
- The EUROCALL Research Award
This new annual award aims to encourage newcomers to research in the field
of computer-assisted and technology-enhanced language learning by providing
an opportunity to submit an original article for publication in ReCALL, the
official journal of EUROCALL which is published by Cambridge University Press.
The benefits of the award will be:
· The guarantee of publication in ReCALL
· Free registration at a EUROCALL conference*
· One year's free membership of EUROCALL
· Feedback and advice on the writing of research articles (for all candidates)
To compete for the award, candidates should be actively engaged in relevant
research, either working towards a PhD or other postgraduate qualification,
or having recently completed one. Articles should be submitted by 31st
March 2001, according to the information set out at
http://www.hull.ac.uk/cti/eurocall/recall/contrib.htm and should be clearly
marked 'EUROCALL Research Award'. A short curriculum vitae should accompany
the article, together with a letter from the candidate's institution
confirming their research status. All submissions will be considered by the
ReCALL Academic Advisory Panel and by the EUROCALL Executive Committee,
whose decision will be final.
The name of the winner of the award will be announced at the EUROCALL
conference in Nijmegen and on EUROCALL's website, and the article will be
published in the November following the conference. The Committee may
decide to publish more than one of the articles submitted, but only one
award will be made annually.
* The registration fee normally excludes accommodation costs, but includes
meals. The award does not include the cost of travel.
The Language Institute, University of Hull,
Cottingham Road, Hull HU6 7RX
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