Abstract submission

The deadline for submissions has already passed.
Submission deadline: 5 February 2012


All abstract must be submitted via the EasyChair conference system. The abstract submission page is:
http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=eurosla22
If you have not used EasyChair before, you must first sign up for an account.


Papers, posters, PhD workshops:
Each submission must contain:
-    the author(s)' name(s), email address(es) and affiliation(s);
-    title of the presentation;
-    abstract (max. 300 words, excluding title and references). Please note that the abstract evaluation process is fully ANONYMOUS, so make sure that you do not include any self-identifying information in the abstract;
-    type of presentation (paper, poster, PhD workshop);
-    at least three keywords (one per line!);
-    the topic(s) of your presentation. The list of topics covers broad thematic areas in SLA research. The purpose of these is to simplify the process of abstract evaluation. You will be asked to choose as many as you find necessary from the following list: Theories and methods; Universal Grammar; Functionalism; Processing approaches; Interactionist approaches; Lexicon; Grammar; Phonology; Reading; Writing; Listening; Speaking; Language attrition; Instructed SLA; Psycholinguistics and SLA; Neurolinguistics and SLA; Social context and SLA; L2 use; Cross-linguistic influence; Individual differences; Age effects and ultimate attainment; L3 acquisition/learning/use.

Please, tick the Abstract Only box before you submit! Do not upload any files, unless you have material (e.g. pictures) that can not be included in the abstract field. Each author is allowed to submit only one single-authored and one co-authored presentation from among these submission categories.


Thematic colloquia:

Submissions should include the following:
-    the convener(s)' name(s), email address(es) and affiliation(s);
-    title of the colloquium;
-    abstract explaining the rationale of the colloquium (max. 300 words, excluding title and references) and abstracts of the individual presentations;
-    type of presentation (please, select ‘colloquium’);
-    at least three keywords (one per line!);
-    the topic(s) of the colloquium. The list of topics covers broad thematic areas in SLA research. The purpose of these is to simplify the process of abstract evaluation. You will be asked to choose as many as you find necessary from the following list: Theories and methods; Universal Grammar; Functionalism; Processing approaches; Interactionist approaches; Lexicon; Grammar; Phonology; Reading; Writing; Listening; Speaking; Language attrition; Instructed SLA; Psycholinguistics and SLA; Neurolinguistics and SLA; Social context and SLA; L2 use; Cross-linguistic influence; Individual differences; Age effects and ultimate attainment; L3 acquisition/learning/use.

Please, tick the Abstract Only box before you submit!

Questions or problems with submitting? Please contact: eurosla22@ifa.amu.edu.pl