Language and Social Processes SIG 58
 
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Our Purpose: To explore directions in and issues of language and discourse practices literacy, learning processes, and social contexts through studies grounded in sociocultural, constructivist and constructionist perspectives.

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Welcome to the Language and Social Processes SIG website! I hope you find the information on this site useful in providing you with information regarding the LSP SIG, along with ways you might become more involved with the group. Read More 
 
 
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Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are meant to bring people with similar interests together in AERA in a setting that is less overwhelming and less anonymous than AERA at large. If your interests align with ours, consider making LSP one of your "homes" in AERA.


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Past and Upcoming Events

In coordination with the SLR SIG, we are hosting several webinars throughout the year. Access resources from past webinars below and look for information regarding upcoming webinars on social media!

Upcoming Webinars

From Candidate to Faculty: Entering the Academic Job Market (January 2019)

Finding My Scholarly Home: How to Navigate AERA 2019 (March 2019)

Past Webinars

From Conference to Manuscript: Demystifying the Publication Process (October 2018 - This webinar featured Drs. Kate Anderson (Arizona State University), Cassie J. Brownell (University of Toronto), and Peter De Costa (Michigan State University). Follow the links here to access the agenda and notesslideshow, and videorecording. (Note: Due to technical difficulties, the first few minutes of the webinar were not recorded.)

Demystifying Proposal Writing for AERA 2019 (July 2018 - This webinar featured Drs. Diana Arya (University of California, Santa Barbara) and Luis E. Poza (University of Colorado Denver). Follow the links here to access the agenda and notesslideshow, and videorecording.

 
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