Sessions will take place in the Memorial Union on the Iowa State University campus.
|Friday, September 21, 2012|
|1:00pm – 2:45pm||Pre-conference workshopAhmet Dursun and Alyson McClair: Pedagogical Applications of Corpus Tools (Ross 420)
Hyejin Yang, Erin Todey, Amy Walton: Online Pedagogical Tools for Interaction and Feedback (Ross 312)
|2:30pm – 3:15pm||Registration (Pioneer Room, Memorial Union)|
|3:15pm – 5:30pm||Welcome by Carol Chapelle (Pioneer Room, Memorial Union)Viviana Cortes & Elena Cotos: Lexical bundles: Enhancing automated analysis of Methodology sections
Evgeny Chukharev-Hudilainen, Tatiana Klepikova: Linguatorium in Teaching English Writing for Specific Purposes
Jesse Gleason: Using a Systemic Functional Model as the Basis for NLP-Based Oral Assessment
L. Kirk Hagen: How to build NLP-based language tutorials for Web 2.0 applications
|5:30pm – 6:30pm||Poster session
(Cardinal Room)Aysel Saricaoglu & Hui-Hsien Feng: To What Extent Can Corpus-Based Activities Enhance Learnersâ€™ Use of Transitional Words in Academic Writing?Jayme Wilken: L1 glossings in Criterion: IEP studentsâ€™ perspectiveXuan (Roger) Teng: The Effects of L1 and L2 Glosses on Vocabulary retention: A comparative Study
Maha Alawdat: Blogging: A platform for L2 literacy and cross-cultural communication
Zhi Li: A Corpus-based study on prepositional phrase as subject complement: The construction of BE of + Noun Phrase
|6:00pm – 7:30pm||Reception (Caridinal Room, Memorial Union)|
|Saturday, September 22, 2012|
|8:30am – 9:00am||Registration and Refreshments (Gallery, Memorial Union)|
|9:00am – 10:00am||Plenary: Jill Burstein (Gallery, Memorial Union)Automated Essay Evaluation: Advances and Potential for L2 Writing|
|10:00am – 12:00pm||(Gallery, Memorial Union)Elena Cotos, Nick Pendar, Deepan Prabhu Babu: NLP-based analysis and feedback on rhetorical functions
Elena Cotos, Stephanie Link, Aysel Saricaoglu, Ruslan Suvorov: Evaluating the accuracy of machine-based feedback on research article Introductions
Scott Crossley, Danielle McNamara, Liang Guo: Using rhetorical, contextual, and linguistic indices to predict writing quality
Sarah J. Goodwin, Scott Crossley, Liang Guo: Predicting ESL Examinee Writing Scores Using the Academic Formula List
|12:00pm – 2:00pm||Lunch break (Jischke Honors Building)|
|2:00pm – 3:00pm||Plenary: Paige Ware(Gallery, Memorial Union)Proceed with Caution and Curiosity: Integrating Automated Writing Evaluation Software into the Classroom|
|3:00pm – 5:00pm||(Gallery, Memorial Union)Jooyoung Lee, Zhi Li, Stephanie Link, Hyejin Yang, Volker Hegelheimer: Automated Writing Evaluation: Enough about reliability! What really matters for students and teachers?
Hye-won Lee, Jinrong Li, Volker Hegelheimer: The Impact of Criterion ® on Error Correction: A Longitudinal Study
Sarah Huffman: Exploring usability and perceived effectiveness of a developing AWE tool
Nandhini Ramaswamy and Stephen Gilbert: Design and User Experience Study of the Automated Research Writing Tutor
|5:00pm – 5:15pm||Closing remarks and proceedings guidelines (Gallery, Memorial Union)|
|5:15pm – 7:30pm||Reception (Dr. Hegelheimer’s House)|
For further information about the conferences, contact Carol A. Chapelle (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Note: Participants will have guest access to the ISU wireless network.
Early registration ends Sept. 11, 2012. Download and send in your registration form.
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