Workshops

NWAV 45 featured a rich program of workshops.

Thursday, November 3, 2016: Academic Workshops

Earl and Jennie Lohn Floor Policy Room (7000)

  • 9.30—11.30 am: Optimizing Language Variation Analysis: Language Variation Suite. Olga Scrivner, Manuel Días-Campos & Rafael Orozco. abstract → | slides →

Computer Lab (1350)

  • 1.00—3.00 pm: Text Mining for Sociolinguistic Research. Joseph Roy, Anna María Escobar, Kate Lyons & Gyula Zsombok. abstract → | slides →
  • 3.15—5.15 pm: Marginal Models: An Alternative to Mixed-effects Models in Sociolinguistic Research. David Eddington. abstract → | slides →

Sauder Industries Policy Room (2270)

  • 1.00—3.00 pm: Complex Systems and Variationist Analysis. Allison Burkette, Jacqueline Hettel & Bill Kretzschmar. abstract →
  • 3.15—5.15 pm: Game Theoretic Modeling for Social Meaning and Semantic Change. Heather Burnett & E. Allyn Smith. abstract → | slides →

Earl and Jennie Lohn Floor Policy Room (7000)

  • 1.00—5.15 pm: Widening Horizons: Cross-Cultural Approaches to Linguistic Variation. Aria Adli & Gregory Guy. abstract → | slides →

Friday, November 4, 2016: Professional Development Workshop

Segal Room (1400 – 1430)
  • 12.15—1.15 pm: Your Linguistics Training at Work: Defining Skills and Decoding Job Ads. Anastasia Nylund. abstract →

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