TAAL RESEARCH WEBINARS

March 2021 – January 2022

TAAL will be hosting 6 online research webinars aiming to support researchers to be able to publish in high-level journals in Applied Linguistics.

 

The ultimate guide to publishing research in top journals

  1. Choosing a publishable topic
  2. Choosing a journal
  3. Writing a literature review
  4. Writing a discussion
  5. Abstract writing
  6. The publication process

Upcoming webinars

January 2022

Topic: “The publication process: Navigating the publication process”

by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Richard Watson Todd

The date and time will be announced soon. Please check back later or follow our Facebook page.
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All TAAL members and attendees of our past webinars will get the updates directly to your email inbox.
If you are not a member yet and wish to be a part of our community, click here to register.

**A certificate of attendance will be provided for attendees of the live webinar. Please stay until the end of the webinar to receive a link to the digital certificate request form.

 

November 2021

25 November 2021

Topic: Abstract Writing: Summarizing and selling your paper in one paragraph
Invited speaker: Dr. Neil Bowen
Date: 25 November 2021
Time: 10.00 a.m. – 12.00 p.m. (Sign-up: 9.30 a.m. onwards)
Webinar Link: https://bit.ly/3BGCcXD  
Meeting ID: 992 1259 2772
Passcode: 010614

Registration: http://bit.ly/3eJZvIx

 

Past webinars

September 2021

23 September 2021

Topic: Writing a discussion: Showing impact of your research
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July 2021

Writing a literature review: Framing your contribution

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Tasks: Click here
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May 2021

Choosing a journal: Maximizing your paper’s visibility, prestige, and time to print

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March 2021

Choosing a publishable topic: Increasing the odds of getting published

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INTRODUCTION TO TAAL

September 2020

Date: Friday, September 11, 2020
Time: 12.30 pm, Bangkok Time

Here’s what you will hear about:

  • Conducting research in applied linguistics
  • Finding researchers for collaboration
  • Integrating language with other fields of study
  • Making an impact on society and much more …

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