We have just updated the schedule of Summer School presentations. Please note that we expect participants attend all sessions, i.e. you should aim to be present from Monday morning to Friday afternoon. The social program requires prior registration. We will send out information on how to register later this month.
Please visit the Schedule page on this website or click here to download the schedule.
The abstracts can be accessed on the Abstracts page or downloaded here.
The abstracts for our poster session are now online. The program looks excellent, and we look forward to interesting discussions!
Please click on this link to access the abstracts.
Information for poster presenters can be found here.
We look forward to a very exciting poster session on Wednesday, July 25, 12:30 to 14:30. The session takes place during the lunch break in the Alte Aula.
- Poster size: A0
- Poster orientation: Portrait
If you are presenting, please open this document to find out your poster number. This number will allow you to identify the poster board on which to hang up your poster.
The poster boards will be available from Wednesday morning onwards so you can hang up the poster before the session starts at noon.
We are happy to announce that the new website of the ICALL Research Group is now up and running: www.icall-research.com
Please visit the new site to find out more about the cutting-edge research done at the intersection of linguistics, natural language processing and second language research.
For more information, please email Professor Detmar Meurers (email@example.com).
The LEAD Summer School in Second Language Acquisition is an initiative of the Heritage Language Consortium. The Consortium is a strategic partnership involving Tübingen University, Lancaster University, the University of Lisbon, the University of Minho, NOVA University Lisbon, the University of Porto, and the Portuguese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The objective of the Consortium is to promote research on language learning in a variety of settings (from naturalistic development to classroom-based instruction) and across different age groups (children, adolescents and adults). The focus of our research will be on the acquisition of Portuguese in multilingual settings, though the insights gained from Consortium projects will be applicable to other languages.
Our research will help us understand how children and adults learn new languages and identify those factors that make some of us particularly good language learners. We can then use these insights to improve language education.
Consortium projects involve leading researchers from a range of disciplines (theoretical linguistics, education, computational linguistics, cognitive psychology, language pedagogy, corpus linguistics, second language research) and a range of methodological approaches. In addition, the Consortium also participates in impact and outreach activities to engage with parents, teachers and policy makers.
To learn more about the Consortium, or to get involved, please visit our website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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We are pleased to announce the LEAD Summer School in Second Language Acquisition, to take place in Tübingen in July 23-28, 2018. The LEAD Summer School is a major international event that will bring together leading researchers and students from a variety of disciplines (theoretical and applied linguistics, psychology, education, language testing) in order to discuss current trends and future directions in second language research.
We will post news and announcements on this website, so please check this site occasionally. If you are attending the event, you will receive occasional updates via email, too.
For more information, please consult the other pages on this website or email the organizers, Patrick Rebuschat, Detmar Meurers, Simon Ruiz, and Katharina Wendebourg.
We look forward to welcoming you to Tübingen in July!