Issue of Monday, January 14th, 2008
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Addresses what copyright means to you as an author, how you can assess a publisher’s copyright policies, and how you can use web-based tools that assess journal quality. Open access publishing models and the use of the MIT amendment to alter standard publisher agreements will also be discussed.
WHEN: Friday, January 18, 2 - 3 pm
WHERE: 14N-132, DIRC
We will be learning about probability theory and how to implement it in the R language and environment for statistical computing and graphics. No previous knowledge of Statistics is required. The tutorial will take place in daily 2 hour long sessions from the 21st until the 24th of January 2008.
(For details, stay tuned, or contact Peter Graff: firstname.lastname@example.org)
date: 15 Jan
time: 4 PM
presenter: Donca Steriade
title: Metrical Evidence for an Interlude Theory of Weight [pdf abstract]
Thursday, 17 January, 2-4pm, in 32-D461
Raj Singh: “On the proviso problem for presuppositions” (practice job talk)
Don’t forget: this year’s WCCFL abstract deadline is 1/15
WCCFL 27 will be held at UCLA, 16-18 May 2008. In addition to the regular sessions, there will be two special themes:
- Experimental Syntax, Semantics, and Pragmatics
- Explaining Phonological Typology: Channel or Analytic Bias?
Deadline: Tues 1/15, 5pm pacific time
For details, see: http://www.linguistics.ucla.edu/wccfl27/Home.html