On the Sunday afternoon before the conference we will be hosting three exciting pre-conference workshops exploring innovative research methods in linguistics, applied linguistics in the contexts of education, and linguistics communication. The three workshops will run concurrently from 1pm to 4:30pm (including a 30-minute afternoon tea break). Registration is essential as places are limited. Click here to sign up.
- How to Speak EEG: An Introduction to using EEG in Linguistics Research, organised by Dr Alex Chatburn, University of South Australia. Click here for an overview of the workshop.
- Building Bridges between Linguistics and Schools, organised by Dr Jean Mulder, University of Melbourne. Click here for an overview of the workshop.
- #LingComm: A crash course in effective linguistics communication to non-linguists for grantwriting, interdisciplinary research, non-academic jobs, public outreach, and more, organised by Gretchen McCulloch, Internet Linguist, and co-creator of the popular podcast, Lingthusiasm. Click here for an overview of the workshop.
Following the workshops, conference delegates are invited to attend the welcome reception at MOD., just a short walk across to North Terrace’s cultural boulevard. UniSA’s MOD. is a future-focused museum showcasing dynamic exhibitions that explore the intersection of science, art and innovation. MOD. provides the perfect backdrop for us to welcome you to the 2018 ALS Conference over drinks and canapes.