7.0613 Workshop: Language Technology: CALL (1/141)

Tue, 12 Apr 1994 23:56:16 EDT

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 7, No. 0613. Tuesday, 12 Apr 1994.

Date: 12 Apr 1994 09:36:39 -0400 (EDT)
From: ide@cs.vassar.edu (Nancy M. Ide)
Subject: Conference : TWLT7

Computer-Assisted Language Learning
16 and 17 June 1994

University of Twente
Enschede, The Netherlands

TWLT7 aims to present both the state of the art in CALL and the new
perspectives in the research and development of software that is meant
to be used in a language curriculum. By the mix of themes to be addressed
in 15 papers we hope to bring about the exchange of ideas between people
of various backgrounds. Both developers and users are invited to join
the workshop.

Overview of papers
Henry Hamburger (GMU, Washington, USA)
Viewpoint Abstraction: a Key to Conversational Learning

Marjolein van Bodegom (Eurolinguist, Nijmegen, The Netherlands)
The Eurolinguist testing system: from an adaptive to a
predictive system

Bas Cartigny (Escape, Tilburg, The Netherlands)
CD-ROM: ideal for language learning

Jozef Colpaert (Didascalia, University of Antwerp, Belgium)
Object oriented linguistic contents and strategies in
multimedia CALL

H. Altay Guvenir (Bilkent University, Ankara)
Using a Corpus to Teach Turkish Morphology

Jos Jaspers/Gellof Kanselaar/Wil Kok (University of Utrecht, The Netherlands)
Foreign language learning with IT'S ENGLISH

Gerard Kempen (University of Leiden, The Netherlands)
Towards an integrated computational environment for spelling,
grammar and writing instruction

Kurt Kohn (University of Tuebingen, Germany)
Multilingual communication and language learning: a challenge
for technology development

Anja Krueger/Petra Ludewig/Friedrich Kronenberg (University of Osnabrueck,
CAVOL, Computer Assisted Vocabulary Learning

Sylvia Lobbe (Rotterdam Polytechnic, The Netherlands/EUROCALL)
Teachers, Students and IT: how to get teachers to integrate IT
into the language curriculum

Joep Rous/Lisette Appelo (Institute for Perception Research, Eindhoven,
The Netherlands)
The APPEAL system: interactive language learning in a
multimedia environment

Camilla Schwind (Universite de Marseille, France)
A Knowledge Based Approach to Language Tutoring

Roberta Stock (SLO, Enschede, The Netherlands/Qmultimedia, Israel)
Interactief Nederlands: a multimedia system for learning Dutch
as a second language

June Thompson (CTI, Hull, United Kingdom/EUROCALL)
TELL (Technology Enhanced Language Learning) into the mainstream

Michael Zock (Limsi, Paris, France)
Language in action, or learning a language by watching how it works

There will be at least 10 system demonstrations.

Registration should be received before May 31. Registration can be done by
sending mail or email to the organizing secretariat (address below). Please
include: Mr/Mrs, first name, initials, surname, institute/company name
and address, telephone/telefax/email address. (Form attached below.)
The workshop fee is Dfl. 150,- Undergraduate students pay Dfl. 60,. The fee
includes the proceedings of the workshop, lunches on June 16 and 17, coffee
and tea during the breaks and the informal reception on June 16.

Payment can be done in advance:

a) preferrably by Visa, American Express or Eurocard
(the form attached below should be returned by post or by telefax!!)
b) by Bank transfer in Dutch guilders to:
ING-Bank, account nr.
Department of Computer Science
University of Twente
PO Box 217, 7500 AE Enschede
The Netherlands
mentioning: nr. 5335315/TWLT7, plus your name(s) and affiliation
c) by sending a (euro)cheque to convention bureau BASICS
(cheque must be made payable to the address under b above)

or on arrival at the conference site (June 16).

All payments must be free of transfer charges. Transfer charges will be
deducted from your hotel deposit or must be paid upon arrival at the
registration desk.

Workshop Organizing Secretariat
Convention Bureau BASICS
PO Box 217, 7500 AE Enschede, The Netherlands.
Tel: +31 53 332035, Fax: +31 53 356770,
E-mail: J.A.Spierenburg@basics.utwente.nl

TWLT7 is an initiative of Franciska de Jong, (University of Twente) and
Lisette Appelo (Institute for Perception Research (IPO), Eindhoven) and
is organized in cooperation with the Parlevink Project, a language theory
and technology project of the University of Twente.

Overview of the previous TWLT workshops:
TWLT1, March 1991: Tomita's Algorithm: Extensions and Applications.
TWLT2, November 1991: Linguistic Engineering: Tools and Products.
TWLT3, May 1992: Connectionism and Natural Language Processing.
TWLT4, September 1992: Pragmatics in Natural Language Processing.
TWLT5, June 1993: Natural Language Interfaces
TWLT6, December 1993: Parsing Natural Language

Workshop proceedings can be ordered via the organizing secretariat.

Convention Bureau BASICS
P.O. Box 217
7500 AE Enschede
The Netherlands
Telefax : +31 53 356770