Joint WG1 and WG2 workshop on
workflows for crowdsourcing of language learning materials
March, 14, Iasi, Romania
in connection to enet-COLLECT meeting 14-16 March
Call for presentations
In connection to the 2nd Action Meeting in Iasi, Romania, 14-16 March 2018, Work Groups 1 and 2 will host a joint workshop on ”Workflows for crowdsourcing of language learning materials”. We hereby invite Action members to submit abstracts for presentations of their relevant work describing how crowdsourcing techniques are used (or are planned to be used) for generating language learning materials.
Presentation topics may cover anything out there related to crowdsourcing within the domain of language learning: applications, approaches, platforms, workflows, evaluation practices (of both the platform and the crowdsourced data). Presentation topics do not need to be limited to practical matters such as describing the task itself and the kind of data collected. We welcome presentations where focus is directed towards the motivations for the selected approach, the performance objectives, the difficulties encountered, the identified mistakes and solutions brought across the experiment, as well as evaluation practices. Our hope is that with these presentations we may lay ground to an overview of the real (or planned) crowdsourcing practices within the domain of language learning.
An abstract can be written in a free form, and should comprise not more than 300 words, excluding references. The abstracts will be selected on a competitive basis by the organizing committee. Please, mail your submission to Elena Volodina <email@example.com>, preferably as a mail text (not attachment).
One accepted author per presentation will be reimbursed for the trip to the workshop according to the COST regulations.
This count does not include MC members.
January, 16: Call for presentations
February, 1: Submission deadline
February, 13: Notification deadline, followed by invitation to the meeting
March, 14: Workshop date
Rodrigo Agerri, University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU, Spain
Yaakov HaCohen-Kerner, Jerusalem College of Technology, Israel
Iztok Kosem, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Simon Krek, Jozef Stefan Institute, Slovenia
Alice Millour, University of Paris-Sorbonne, France
Elena Volodina, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
For further questions, please turn to Elena Volodina <firstname.lastname@example.org>