Proposal Submission

Proposal Submission Deadline extended to November 30, 2016!

To submit a proposal (link at the bottom of this page), you will be asked to choose whether you are submitting for an individual paper or for a panel. Please note that a participant may appear on the program as first author only once, and may appear twice overall.

You will be able to review your information before submitting and download your submission as a PDF file. You will receive an email confirming receipt of your submission within two business days.

Notification of proposal status will be sent by 1 February 2017.

Submission of an Individual Paper Proposal:

If submitting an individual paper, you will be asked to provide the name, affiliation and contact information for the first author, a paper title (20 word limit), a paper summary for the program (50 word limit), an abstract (300 word limit), names and contact information of additional authors, and “check all that apply” for a list of descriptors,

  • Conceptual contribution or critique
  • Ethnographic Study
  • Analysis of talk-in-interaction
  • Interactional linguistics
  • Membership category analysis
  • Classroom studies
  • Multilingual setting/L2 studies
  • Studies of work in the professions (law, medicine, science, etc.)
  • Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)
  • Behavior in public places
  • Other

 

Submission of a Panel Proposal

Panels are allotted 90 minutes and may consist of 3 or 4 papers.  The panel organizer decides how the time is to be managed for presentation and discussion.

When submitting your panel, you will be asked to provide the name and contact information for the panel organizer; a panel title (20 word limit); a panel summary for the program (50 words), a panel abstract (300 words), and a “check all that apply” for a list of descriptors:

  • Conceptual contribution or critique
  • Ethnographic Study
  • Analysis of talk-in-interaction
  • Interactional linguistics
  • Membership category analysis
  • Classroom studies
  • Multilingual setting/L2 studies
  • Studies of work in the professions (law, medicine, science, etc.)
  • Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)
  • Behavior in public places
  • Other

Then, for each paper on the panel, you will be asked to submit the name, affiliation and contact information for the first author, a paper title (20 word limit), a paper summary for the program (50 word limit), an abstract (300 word limit), and names and contact information of additional authors.

 

Click HERE to submit your Proposal

 

 

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