Holding the Kazan International Linguistic Summit “Language Diversity in the Global World” in a virtual format is a unique opportunity to present, discuss and promote the research results to leading Russian and foreign scientists in linguistics and language education in a virtual format.
The success of the Summit will depend on our joint efforts to create a common productive and interactive academic space.
To hold online events in high definition, the KILS-2021 team uses the Microsoft Teams platform, an enterprise platform that combines chat, meetings, notes and attachments in the workspace.
All speakers (Foreign and Russian) need to download Microsoft Teams to their computer (laptop, smartphone). You can download it here.
All presenters will be sent their Microsoft Teams logins and passwords. Further, speakers will be invited to sessions by their organizers with a special video call in the Microsoft Teams system – 10-15 minutes before they start, or they will be able to go to them on their own using a special link to connect to the meeting.
To ensure a smooth experience with Microsoft Teams, it is advisable to read the Sign In and Get Started Guide.
If you want, you can learn more about the specifics of running online meetings in Microsoft Teams.
You can also watch the Microsoft Teams training video.
The main directions of the Summit:
- Computational and corpus linguistics
- PaleoRussian Studies and Digital Humanities
- Cognitive linguistics
- Clinical and neurolinguistics, psycholinguistics
- Traditional linguistics and its digital transformation
- Language means of artistic expression in a literary text
- Russian language: traditions and perspectives
- Tatar language in a multicultural world
- Theory and practice of language teaching
- Linguistic Diversity and Multilingualism in Education
The form of the event is hybrid (offline and online).
The dates are November 14-16, 2022.
The languages of the Summit are English, Russian, Tatar.
Registration on the Summit website.
The registration period is from June 1 to October 15, 2022.
Participants materials (articles) uploaded by them during registration on the Summit website, will be published in the collection of Summit materials (electronic edition) and indexed in the RSCI.
At the end of the Summit, each registered participant will receive an electronic certificate of participation in the Summit.