Selected papers from the 11th Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language conference We are seeking article submissions from participants in CSDL 11 for a volume of selected papers. As with previous volumes, it will be peer-reviewed and published by CSLI Publications. It is scheduled to come out in the summer of 2013. Important dates November […]
Use these forms to sign-up for dinner at Green College (Thursday, May 17th) and Lunch boxes on Saturday (May 19th) and Sunday (May 20th). Regular Delegates use this form: Lunch and Dinner Options for Saturday & Sunday for Regular Delegates Graduate Students use this form: Lunch and Dinner Options for Saturday & Sunday for Graduate Students
You can now register for the 11th Annual CSDL Conference. Early registration closes on April 1st, 2012. Register here: http://csdl2012.sites.olt.ubc.ca/registration Please fill out the form completely and click “Confirmation & Payment,” which will direct you to the payment gateway. You will receive a receipt by email as confirmation.
The CFP submission deadline for CSDL 11 has been extended to December 16th, 2011. The submission form closes at 11:59pm, so be sure to get your abstract in before then! Please submit your abstract via our online form: http://csdl2012.sites.olt.ubc.ca/submit-an-abstract/
You can submit an abstract for the 11th Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language Conference by clicking on the “Submit an Abstract button” on the sidebar or following the link below: http://csdl2012.sites.olt.ubc.ca/submit-an-abstract/ The deadline for abstracts is: December 9th, 2011
UBC hosts a variety of different accommodation options to suit your needs, including suites that range from traditional rooms to rooms with kitchenettes and on-site laundry. All room options include a continental breakfast and in-suite high-speed internet. Read More >>
Vancouver is an international Pacific Rim city known for its majestic mountains, beautiful parks and beaches and thriving business community. The towering Coast Mountains and the shimmering Pacific Ocean create an unbeatable urban setting for a city.
Read More >>