SEPES will be held February 2-4, 2017 in Knoxville, Tennessee, at the Four Points by Sheraton Cumberland House Hotel.
The conference will begin early Thursday evening with a casual social event in the downtown historical district. Conference sessions will be held on Friday and Saturday -- with the dinner banquet Friday evening.
THE DEADLINE FOR RECEIVING PROPOSALS IS NOVEMBER 22, 2016. Proposals should be no more than 500 words, excluding references, and should be submitted online through the following link: http://tinyurl.com/sepes
The presentation time for papers is approximately 15 to 20 minutes, and presenters are responsible for bringing all required technology. Registration information to follow. Please send all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
BEF 585 / BEF 485: LANGUAGE, POLITICS, AND EDUCATION
The course will provide students a broad overview of language policy and planning: What language policy and planning are, their different foci (e.g., status, corpus, and acquisition planning), the different political tacks taken in their pursuit, and the assumptions that underlie them. This will include study of official language policies (the English-only movement in the US, official bilingualism in Canada, and the three-language Constitutional requirements in India, e.g.) and the politics of their opponents and proponents. The idea of one-nation / one-language will be deconstructed, first through the ideal of linguistic human rights, which will, in turn, be deconstructed in light of contemporary post-liberal notions of language and language policy. This political foundation will underlay later discussions of acquisition planning which will problematize the distinction between language and dialect and received notions of biliteracy/bilingualism. The course will culminate in consideration of the implications for educational policy as informed by both political theory and empirical research.
For further Information:
• Contact Dr. Petrovic--Department of Educational Leadership, Policy, and Technology
Studies-- for details. Graves Hall 307, 348 0465, email@example.com
• A detailed course syllabus can be found at http://jpetrovic.people.ua.edu/
I am happy to announce the Corvallis ATLAS.ti Summer Workshop Series, which will take place in Corvallis, Oregon (United States), between July 10 and 14 2017. Internationally renowned trainers from the US, Germany and the UK will teach workshops for beginners as well as a course on approaches to qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti. The schedule is as follows:
Monday 10th and Tuesday 11th
ATLAS.ti Windows 8 for Beginners. Instructor: Paul Mihas from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill.
ATLAS.ti Mac for Beginners. Instructor: Ricardo Contreras.
Wednesday 12th, Thursday 13th and Friday 14th Approaches to Qualitative Data Analysis with ATLAS.ti
Dr. Susanne Friese. Author of Qualitative Data Analysis with ATLAS.ti (Sage Publications 2014).
Dr. Trena Paulus. Co-author of Digital Tools in Qualitative Research (Sage Publications 2014).
Dr. Christina Silver. Co-author of Using Software for Qualitative Analysis: a Step-by-Step Guide (Sage Publications 2014).
Dr. Nick Woolf. Co-author with Silver of Qualitative Analysis with ATLAS.ti: The Five-Level Method (Routledge 2017).
In this course, the instructors will discuss with participants best practices and approaches to using ATLAS.ti, from the development of an efficient coding system, to discussions of reflexivity in analysis with the software, and analysis strategies and tactics. It will be an exciting opportunity for learning from international experts in qualitative methodology and ATLAS.ti.
For more information and to register, please visit the Summer Workshop Series website here: https://corvallis2017.eventbrite.com
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