Posted by: anisoarapop | May 27, 2010

International Symposium:Research, Education and Development


organises the International Symposium:

“Research, Education and Development”

  October 29-30, 2010

International Symposium link:


You are warmly invited to attend the International Symposium:

  “Research, Education and Development”- the section of English Language Teaching and Linguistics to be held on October 29, 2010 at “Dimitrie Cantemir” University of Targu Mures, Romania.

The English Language Teaching and Linguistics section aims at bringing together teachers, postgraduate students and researchers to present state of the art developments and research results in: EFL/ESP/BE: Methodology, Curriculum Development, Materials Development, Testing and Assessment, Teacher Training, Teaching/Learning Technologies; Bilingualism/Multilingualism; Linguistics.

Registration Deadline:
June 18, 2010 submission of the registration form and abstract. (Registration form available at – )

– July 16, 2010 submission of paper in extenso

Registration fee: 30 Euro/1 paper (covering refreshments, conference folder, conference volume – to be distributed at the event).

BANCPOST account:         

            EURO:           RO30BPOS27006725883EUR06

            RON:              RO36BPOS27006725883RON01

Fee payment deadline: July 16, 2010

 General information:

Each participant is entitled to submit maximum 1 paper. The paper should have an even number of pages (maximum 8) to be published in the ISBN Symposium Proceedings at Risoprint Publishing House, Cluj-Napoca.

Paper content

Your paper should have the following components:
Objectives: State the aims and objectives of the research, the project undertaken or the nature of the practical problem demonstrated. What is the paper about and why is it important?
Prior Work: What extant concepts, research or experiences is the paper trying to build on? How does the paper relate to other research in this topic area?
Design/Methodology/Approach: What approach was used to capture the practical/research evidence? How does this approach enable the aims of the paper to be achieved? What were the main methods employed (e.g. survey, observation, case study). Why is the method appropriate, sound and reliable?
Results: Highlight the key results and conclusions from the empirical studies, evidence or experiences presented. Ensure that results are clear, precise and justified. Are these interim results? What is the planned development of the work? What are the limitations of the results presented?

 Paper submission guidelines:

Texts should be WORD edited in English/French or in Romanian (using diacritical marks) with a complex abstract in English/French. Papers will be B5 formatted, with left-right margins of 20mm, typed single-spaced. The title should be typed in capitals, Font Arial Boldface, 14pt centered. Authors are typed at double space below the paper title, names being followed by scientific title and affiliation, 12 pt, italics. The abstract: typed at double space below the author/s (maximum 400 words), 10 pt. The main text is typed at single space below the abstract, font Arial, fully justified, 11 pt, single-spaced. Graphics, tables, and figures are numbered and labelled. Bibliographic references should be listed in alphabetical order at the end of the paper. Entry format: last name, first name initial, (year), title (italics), Town: Publisher. Eg.: Beju, V. (2003), Social Insurance, Târgu-Mureş: Dimitrie Cantemir Publishing House.

Abstracts and papers in extenso will be sent to:

 Types of presentation:

 Talk            15 min

Workshop   40 min

Poster:       100/90 cm

 Poster content: Your poster should have the following components: 1. Title of the study and your name and affiliation (University of X, your current institution/school) 2. What is it about? Short statement of the problem or research question. Use bullets or max 1 paragraph of running text or a combination thereof. 3. What did you do to answer that question? What conceptual background/theory is involved, what methods did you use, what data did you collect/analyze. 4. What findings did you make? Select the most interesting or important findings & illustrate them with examples. 5. What does it mean? Your conclusions or the implications you want to draw from your findings.

 Should you need further information please do not hesitate to contact me at:

 We are looking forward to seeing you in Targu Mures

Anisoara Pop, PhD

Dimitrie Cantemir University of Targu Mures




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