16.266 conferences: WorldCALL; TCC

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                   Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 16, No. 266.
           Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
                         Submit to: humanist@princeton.edu

       [1] From: Peter Liddell <pgl@uvic.ca> (38)
             Subject: last CfP for WorldCALL: la date limite s'approche

       [2] From: lachance@chass.utoronto.ca (Francois Lachance) (55)
             Subject: TCC 2003 - First Call for Proposals

             Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 06:32:28 +0100
             From: Peter Liddell <pgl@uvic.ca>
             Subject: last CfP for WorldCALL: la date limite s'approche

    Apologies for multiple postings.

    Dear Colleagues
    This is a final reminder that the deadline for submitting Abstracts for
    WorldCALL 2003 is almost on us. The online submission form is at
    WorldCALL is hosted by the Universities of Alberta and Calgary, and will be
    held at the Banff Conference Centre, from May 7-10th, 2003.

    PLEASE NOTE: Submissions will be accepted for 48 hours beyond the posted
    deadline, because there was an unforeseen delay in posting this final Call.

    NOTE ALSO: If you are a Canadian Graduate Student, and your proposal is
    accepted for presentation, you will be entitled to register free for
    WorldCALL, thanks to stipulations of the Social Science and Humanities
    Council of Canada. For you, the deadline for submission is now extended to
    October 31st. (You will be asked at the time of notification to confirm
    your status, if your proposal is accepted.)

    We look forward to seeing you in Banff.
    Peter Liddell
    Program Chair
    WorldCALL 2003
    Chers collgues,

        Je vous rappelle que la date limite pour soumettre des propositions au
    colloque WorldCALL s'approche. On peut soumettre en ligne
    http://worldcall.org. Le colloque est organis localement par les
    universits de l'Alberta et de Calgary, et aura lieu au Centre des Congrs
    de Banff, du 7 au 10 mai, 2003. WorldCALL traite de l'enseignement des
    langues par ordinateur.
        Nota: Nous accepterons les soumissions jusqu` 48 heures aprs la date
    limite du 15 octobre, puisqu'un problme imprvu a retard l'envoi de ce
        Nous encourageons tout particulirement les tudiants de doctorat et de
    matrise soumettre des propositions, avec une date limite spciale pour
    eux du 31 octobre. Les tudiants canadiens qui prsentent des
    communications WorldCALL pourront s'inscrire gratis. Nous encourageons
    des communications dans l'une ou l'autre des deux langues officielles du
         Peter Liddell
    Program Chair
    WorldCALL 2003

             Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 06:33:02 +0100
             From: lachance@chass.utoronto.ca (Francois Lachance)
             Subject: TCC 2003 - First Call for Proposals

    > Eighth Annual Teaching in the Community Colleges Online Conference
    > April 22-24, 2003
    > Web site: <http://tcc.kcc.hawaii.edu/>
    > Proposal Deadline: December 16, 2002
    > THEME. The organizers of this completely online event are especially
    > interested in proposals from college and university faculty, staff,
    > students and administrators that provide an understanding of the student
    > experience in Internet-mediated learning. Submit a proposal that captures
    > your experiences, views, imagination and vision of what is to come in your
    > particular discipline: instruction, learning support, administration,
    > counseling, student services, educational technology, etc.
    > We especially want to encourage presentations by graduate and
    > undergraduate students in collaboration with faculty and other support
    > professionals.
    > GOAL. The goal of this conference is to provide practitioners with an
    > opportunity to understand the student's perspective when delivering or
    > supporting online or hybrid courses. Presenters are encouraged to project
    > how to enhance student learning or how to improve services for students in
    > the near future.
    > TOPICS. The conference organizers are especially interested in
    > presentations that address the following:
    > * What contributes to student success?
    > * What kind of orientation do students need?
    > * What kinds of student behavior leads to success in online courses?
    > * What kinds of student support services are needed?
    > * How do we build a learning community?
    > * How can we facilitate effective communications between
    > instructor-students and students-students?
    > * What kind of courseware is easiest for students to use?
    > * How can we conduct tests and exams using the Internet?
    > * How do we accommodate students with disabilities?
    > * What kinds of student assignments or teaching strategies work
    > best in hybrid and online courses?
    > * What faculty characteristics enable students to succeed?
    > * How can technology help to enrich student learning online?
    > * What do students say about online or blended learning?
    > PROPOSALS AND INQUIRIES: E-mail proposals and inquiries to Bert Kimura
    > <bert@hawaii.edu>. Submissions should be in the form of a paper, panel
    > discussion, poster session or preconference tutorial. The deadline for
    > proposals is December 16, 2002.
    > FURTHER INFORMATION. For further information regarding guidelines for
    > proposals, formats, possible topics, presenter's role, registration
    > procedures, key dates, etc., see http://tcc.kcc.hawaii.edu/ or contact Dr.
    > Bert Kimura <bert@hawaii.edu>, or Mr. Karl Naito <knaito@hawaii.edu>.

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