The site to support the forthcoming Emagazine A level Language conference is now up and running. You can find it here.
At the moment, you can see the programme, the speakers' details and how to get there, and you can also book tickets for your school or college (if you are a teacher).
There is also a blog running alongside the site to help collect data from you for Jonnie Robinson's session and to submit your questions about language to David Crystal for his Q and A session. We'll be updating the blog regularly with information about each speaker, links to interesting research and some follow-up activities after the conference. You can find the blog here.
We're very excited about the conference, so get your tickets now!!!
Friday, January 07, 2011
Emagazine conference site now up and running
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