Summer School 2018
Date: 26 - 30 November 2018
Venue: Australian National University, Canberra
The CoEDL Summer Schools are the flagship educational series of the ARC Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language, open to Australian and international students and researchers. Previous Centre Summer Schools have been held at Western Sydney University (2015), the University of Melbourne (2016) and at the Australian National University (2017).
CoEDL Summer Schools draw on expertise across CoEDL's programs and nodes, and our international partners to offer educational enrichment and catalyse new research collaborations. Everyone interested in language and technology of all backgrounds and interests are welcome; in previous years CoEDL Summer Schools have attracted diverse cohorts ranging from advanced undergraduate students through to professors.
This year’s CoEDL Summer School, with a dual focus on technology and community engagement, will be held from 26 November through 30 November 2018, at the Australian National University. The Summer School will feature twelve themed courses.
The 2018 Summer School program offers courses in streams over four days (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday). Each course consists of four 1.5 hour sessions over the four days. Each course will have the same timeslot each day.
Registrations via Eventbrite are open for the Tuesday 27 November, Studying The Vernacular In The Vernacular By The Vernacular Speakers: The Case of The Kulu Language Institute In The Solomon Islands, by Dr Alpheaus Graham Zobule.
Summer School 2018 registrations are currently open. Registrations are open Friday 3 August and will close Monday 19 November.
Accommodation is available on campus to book and will be paid as part of your main registration payment.
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