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Time is a scarce resource in academia. This is why the convenors of the Brisbane panel of the AILA Research Network on Media Linguistics ...
Time is a scarce resource in academia. This is why the convenors of the Brisbane panel of the AILA Research Network on Media Linguistics launched a 10-week pre-conference series of on-line interventions. The objective of the series was to initiate a preliminary exploration of the panel themes.
Every week one member of the AILA Research Network on Media Linguistics has uploaded a pechakucha presentation. Pechakucha is a concise presentation format in which 20 slides are shown for 20 seconds each. The first presentation was delivered on 2 June by Geert Jacobs. Using the YouTube social network comment management system, the floor has been open to an on-line discussion. In the opening session of the panel at the Brisbane conference, the convenors will present a summary of the on-line interventions.
The Brisbane panel focuses on transmodal text production in journalistic media as both a socially relevant field of language use and as a strategic field of applied linguistics.
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