Empirical Methods Spring School, Lille, France, 13 & 14 May 2013
maarten.lemmens at univ-lille3.fr
Thu Apr 4 15:26:53 UTC 2013
SPRING SCHOOL "Empirical methods in usage-based linguistics"
Université Lille 3, France
May 13 & 14, 2013
Deadline registration: April 25, 2013
Web page: http://aflico5.sciencesconf.org/
A Spring School on "Empirical methods in usage-based linguistics" will
take place on the two days preceding the AFLiCo 5 conference, i.e. on
13-14 May, 2013 (9:00 - 17:00), Université Lille 3. The sessions are in
English (but the teachers understand French).
The (modest) registration fee is 60€ (regular) or 40€ (students,
including PhD students). Included in the fee are the participation in
the workshop, pedagogical documents, two lunches and the coffee breaks.
Registration and payment (after approval) is to be done on-line here:
Registration is done in two stages: first you must pre-register by
completing the form requested after which we validate your
pre-registration, based on the available places. You will receive two
mails, one which gives you the places available in the workshops and
another which confirms your pre-registration with a link to register
permanently. Also at this stage you have to choose the workshop you want
to attend. If you are having problems registering, you can contact
Justin Duquesnoy (justin.duquesnoy at univ-lille3.fr).
There will be five workshops in parallel, from which you must choose one:
(1) Corpus linguistics: principles and methods
(led by Dagmar Divjak, Univ. of Sheffield, UK)
(2) Categorical statistics in corpus linguistics with R
(led by Dylan Glynn, Univ. of Lund, Sweden)
(3) Annotation and analysis of multimodal data using ELAN
(led by Mark Tutton, Univ. of Nantes, France)
(4) Transcription and analysis of oral data using CLAN
(led by Christophe Parisse, Univ. of Paris 10, France)
(5) Experimental methods of linguistics research
(led by Efstathia Soroli, Univ. of Lille 3)
More detailed descriptions of the different workshop can be found on the
The number of places in each workshop is limited to 15, so do not
hesitate to register. The workshop on R (workshop 2) is in principle
already filled, contact Maarten Lemmens (maarten.lemmens at univ-lille3.fr)
should you still be interested in following this workshop.
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