If you pay with your own economic resources, and this payment must be refunded by your institution, please send a mesage for previous support to [email protected]
Latin America, student or part time teacher (US 170)
Latin America, full-time teacher (220)
Student or part time teacher from overseas (175)
Full-time teacher from overseas (US 270)
Colombian student or part time teacher (500,000 COP)
Colombian full time teacher (580,000 COP)
Other professions (US 270)
Colombia students, poster contest (350,000)
Students from other countries, poster contest (US 150 )
Proposals for presentations, symposia, round tables, and posters may be sent in Spanish, English, Portuguese, or French, according to the following parameters and procedures.
|Type of participation||Organization||Summary requirements|
||Conference organizers will organize the presentations into sessions, depending on the topics proposed.||250 - 300 words.|
|Symposium||Space for groups of researchers (one or different countries) sharing similar research interests.
Groups shall be under the organizing researcher’s responsibility.
|500 - 1000 words.
Summary must be sent by the researcher who convenes the group. All presenters must be listed including presentation titles and short summaries of their presentations.
|Round table||• Each round table organizer will post a problem for the group to discuss and debate.||500 - 1000 words.
• Summary must be sent by the researcher who convenes the group. All presenters must be listed including presentation titles and short summaries of their presentations.
|Poster||Presentation of results of recently completed||250 - 300 words.|
Conditions and criteria for proposal selection
The proposals should clearly and coherently indicate:
- ‒ the topic and the field of work. They need not be limited to the topics and questions above, but they should fit within the area of writing research.
- ‒ the type of study.
- ‒ the motivations and the precedents behind the experience or study.
- ‒ the objectives of the study or experience.
- ‒ the samples, population and corpus used in the research or experience.
- ‒ the procedures, techniques, and tools employed.
- ‒ the theoretical foundation of the research or experience.
- ‒ the most important results, achievements and limitations.
The scientific committee will anonymously examine the proposals. Name and last name of the authors or other identifying should not appear in the summaries.
Proposals and the identifying information must be uploaded through the site wrab2017.com
To support the international nature of this conference, WRAB IV will be offering a limited number of competitive fellowships to conference presenters whose home institutions are located outside of the Western European/North American area. These Fellowships will cover Registration Fees at the registration level appropriate to each successful candidate. Selection will be based on the quality of the proposal and need.
To apply for a fellowship, a candidate should submit at the submission website along with the presentation proposal * a statement of no more than 500 words explaining the value of attendance, specific interest in this conference, financial need, and other obstacles to attendance.
The deadline for applying for Registration Fellowships is the same as for presentation proposals: April 1, 2016.
Deadline for submission of proposals: April 1, 2016
Proposal acceptance notices sent: June 2016