The members of the lCLaVE|11 local organizing committee have taken the final decision to change ICLaVE|11 from an on-site to an online-only event. As evident from our past communication, we have been very reluctant to take this step, and we have for the longest time stuck to our dearest wish to host you all in Vienna in person. But the Coronavirus would have it otherwise. Thank you for bearing with us, and here’s to a great ICLaVE|11 online in April! - The Organizing Committee
Multimedia presention submission is now closed.
The original Call for Multimedia Presentation Submissions is featured below.
Under a highly innovative pitch, ICLaVE|11 seeks to extend conventional conference presentation formats by soliciting submissions for dedicated, individual multimedia presentations. (Deadline: 30 September 2021)
Multimedia presentations are conceptualized as hands-on showcases for projects such as digital linguistic tools, databases, software, or interactive (public) engagement activities. Proposals will be reviewed by the organizing committee. Presentations will take place during the same dedicated session as posters and concurring with an evening reception in the University of Vienna’s Arcades. A large flat-screen, power outlets, as well as a side-table for materials will be provided for presentation.
We hope for innovative presentations, especially on tools and techniques of digital lingusitics, including computer supported survey methods, data preparation as well as data analyses.
Abstracts for multimedia presentations should not exceed 500 words, excluding title and references. Abstracts should include detailed information on the presentation’s set-up and procedure.
We suggest using the LSA's Unified Style Sheet for Linguistics for all submissions: download pdf.
Please note: Authors may submit two abstracts in total to the conference, if at least one paper is co-authored.