Thanks Steve G for the plan for seeing each other more or less ensemble.
Yes, Steve Thorne, the sessions are so short that about all I can imagine
doing is making a few key points and sitting down to await discussion.
Of course, we forget the words we want to say, but if we sort of embody them
and get discussion going, maybe we can keep them out of the hall of shadows!
On 9/13/05, steve thorne <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> has anyone else noticed the brevity of many ISCAR session lengths?
> i recently looked at the conference program in more detail -- there
> are often 5 sessions listed within a 90 block -- i'm now rethinking
> presentational possibilities -- 15 minutes isn't much time ...
> Steven L. Thorne
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> Linguistics and Applied Language Studies
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> Associate Director, Center for Advanced Language Proficiency
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