IRG Symposium 2020: FROM DATA TO KNOWLEDGE IN THE LANGUAGE SCIENCES

Fribourg/Freiburg (Switzerland) | 6 to 8 February 2020

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Schedule

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Day Time Content
Thursday
Feb 6
10:00-11:30

Registration & Poster installation

11:30-12:00

Welcome session

12:00-14:00

Lunch

14:00-15:00

Room K0.02

Keynote: Tineke Brunfaut
Garbage in, garbage out – assessing data collection instruments
15:15-17:00

Room L1.06

Janin Loanne
Development of interactional competence in L2 French: longitudinal study

Léa Chevrefils
Motion capture for a linguistic study of French sign language

Katja Schlatter
Corrective feedback in German as a Second Language classes

Room L1.08

Célia Hoffstetter
Benefits and Limitations of a Combinatorial Approach to Agentivity

Simone Morehed
Combining conversation analysis and experimental methods in the study of comprehension of interaction by L2 learners

Melanie Bösiger
The dilemma of analyzing open-ended and multiple choice questions in an online survey on Swiss-German dialects
17:00-17:30

Room Widmer

Coffee break

17:30-19:15

Room L1.06

Cameron Morin, Jack Grieve
Fieldwork, corpora, and tailored methods in dialect syntax

Dalila Dipino
From the idea to the facts: compromising in research

Annika Blum
Using Corpus Data for Pragmatic Analysis: Researching Response Tokens with the International Corpus of English (ICE)

Room L1.08

Cleudir Filipe Da Luz Mota
Quantitative data in an insular territory: which interpretative model(s) can be used?

Laurène Renaut
Jihadist Radicality and Social Media: Issues, Methods and Challenges related to the Selection and Collection of Sensitive Data
19:15-20:15

Room Widmer

Welcome Apéro


Day Time Content
Friday
Feb 7
08:45-09:45

Room K0.02

Keynote: Ingrid de Saint-Georges
Conceptualiser la notion de « donnée qualitative » : contexte, tensions et possibilités
09:45-10:15

Room Widmer

Coffee break

10:15-12:00

Room L1.06

Romain Isely
Analyzing L2 French oral data : schwa coding

Nathalie Dherbey-Chapuis
Assessing a learners’ pronunciation: a methodological challenge

Room L1.08

Coralie Clerc
Investigating teachers’ beliefs and practices: methodological considerations

Kathrin Eberharter, Benjamin Kremmel
Using eye tracking to investigate cognitive processes during language assessment – important insights concerning data triangulation and interpretation
12:00-14:00

Room K1.03

Lunch & Poster session


Chloé Debouzie
Collecting data in a comparative study on conversion and class-changing affixation in Present-Day English and French

Ingela Finndahl
Students’ Language Choice in Swedish Compulsory School - Expectations, Learning and Assessment

Giulia Lombardi
Measuring and enhancing the migrants comprehension of Italian administrative texts

Anna Kurek
Building a specialised corpus – a case study of generics in Norwegian

Axel Bohmann, Mirka Honkanen, Julia Müller & Miriam Neuhausen
A diachronic look at the English passive: Distributional semantics of be vs get

Flurina Kaufmann-Henkel, Sabrina Sala
Language biographies of young adults from the Romansh and Italian areas of Grisons

Kevin Petit Cahill
Tales from the Field –Formulating questions during fieldwork

Marion Didelot
French L1/L2 pronunciation evaluation: between qualitative and quantitative data
14:00-15:45

Room L1.08

Lola Aubertin
Institutional data: questioning "unquestionable" data

Claire Hugonnier
Develop your corpus on the test of time. Example of a sociolinguistic study conducted around the "MAP for all" bill

Noemi Adam-Graf
Data collection in a multilingual research environment: innovation and challenge
15:45-16:15

Room Widmer

Coffee break

16:15-18:00

Room L1.06

Salomé Molina Torres
Observing and Interpreting as an "Insider": between Researcher and Social Actor

Iris Padiou
An ethnographic study in an association: the investigation as an object of reflection and a source of knowledge

Room L1.08

Alice Gasparini
Evaluate the usability of a virtual learning system in SLA context

Sophia Bonomo
Descriptive framework analysis as a relevant data management tool in language teaching research

Xiaoli Yu
Designing a digital platform for English Language Education and a corresponding in-service teacher professional development program
19:00-24:00

Brasserie de l'Epée

Conference dinner


Day Time Content
Saturday
Feb 8
08:45-09:45

Room K0.02

Keynote: Sarah Schimke
Die Interpretation von Online- und Offlinedaten in der Sprachwissenschaft
09:45-10:15

Room Widmer

Coffee break

10:15-11:30

Room L1.06

Franziska Maria Keller
How can one obtain a corpus for investigating the development of written argumentation skills?

Julia Winkes, Pascale Schaller
Intraindividual Variability of Curriculum-Based Measurement in Writing Fluency

Room L1.08

Giulia Berchio
Data restitution in linguistic research: empowerment or destabilization?

Thomas Veret
Publishing practices and academic careers: challenging data anonymization
11:30-13:00

Lunch

13:00-15:30

Rooms K1.03, L1.06 & L1.08

Meet the keynotes (parallel workshops):

  • Fitting the puzzle pieces together: the benefits and challenges of mixed-methods research (Tineke Brunfaut)
  • Theorizing and generalizing in fieldwork-driven language research (Ingrid de Saint-Georges)
  • How to research the same question in different types of language users – some methodological considerations (Sarah Schimke)
  • 15:30-16:00

    Closing session