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1 International Association of Multilingualism European Centre for Modern Languages The Professional Network Forum 2011 Britta Hufeisen

2 Partner profile The International Association of Multilingualism is an international network of scholars who share an interest in multilingualism.

3 Partner profile A shared understanding of multilingualism: Multilingualism is a common individual and societal phenomenon, and the study of multilingualism provides the basis for understanding all types of language acquisition and learning, maintenance and attrition.

4 Partner profile Aims The Association seeks to establish a network for professionals interested in multilingualism and multiple language acquisition and learning. To this end it will: 1.foster the cooperation between researchers of multilingualism; 2.disseminate knowledge, methods, theories and models; 3.create a forum for the discussion of issues related to multilingualism; 4.improve research in multilingualism and Applied Linguistics; 5.improve research studies among young researchers; 6.organise and sponsor conferences and meetings on a regular basis; 7.apply knowledge to real life situations.

5 Partner profile Membership Membership is on an individual basis and costs an amount agreed annually by the Executive Board subject to local and ad hoc arrangements. For 2011: Full Members: 45 Euro Student Members: 25 Euro Currently the IAM has 136 members from 23 countries around the world.

6 Partner profile The Board of the Association The governing body of the Association consists of an Executive Board made up of a President, a Vice-President, a Secretary, a Treasurer, five elected members The President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer are elected for two years, and the tenure of executive officers is maximally two terms.

7 Partner profile BOARD MEMBERS 2009-2011 President:Ulrike Jessner Vice-president:Gessica De Angelis Treasurer:Eva Vetter Secretary:Larissa Aronin MEMBERS AT LARGE Raphael Berthele Jasone Cenoz Jean-Marc Dewaele (ReN-coordinator) Suzanne Flynn Britta Hufeisen (ECML-link person)

8 Partner highlights The association organizes a conference every two years and its members are regularly involved in organizing workshops, seminars and panel discussions at conferences around the world.

9 Partner highlights L3-network meetings at GAL 1997-2003 L3-Conferences 1999 Innsbruck, Austria (founding of IAM) 2001 Leuwaarden, Netherlands 2003 Tralee, Ireland 2005 Freiburg, Switzerland 2007 Stirling, Scotland 2009 Bozen-Bolzano, Italy 2011 (forthcoming) - 7th International Conference on Third Language Acquisition and Multilingualism, Warsaw Poland.

10 L3-Conference 2011 Seventh International Conference on Third Language Acquisition and Multilingualism Warsaw 15-17 September 2011 Institute of English Studies, University of Warsaw Keynote speakers  Britta Hufeisen (TU Darmstadt, Germany)  Hanna Komorowska (Univ. of Warsaw, Poland)  Waldemar Martyniuk (ECML, Austria)  Terence Odlin (Ohio State University, USA)

11 Partner highlights: projects Projects some of our members are involved in  LINEE (Languages in a Network of European Excellence, FP6, funded by the European Commission)  "Creating Synergy for the Learning of Subsequent Languages" (European Centre for Modern Languages, Project Nr.1.1.2.)  "Europäische Mehrsprachigkeit: Interkomprehension“ (Funded by the European Commission)  "Galatea””  "EuroComCenter”

12 Partner highlights:  The International Journal of Multilingualism  Book series on multilingualism  other publications (see the bibliography under:

13 International Journal of Multilingualism  Routledge  edited by Jasone Cenoz and Ulrike Jessner  2004-2006: 2 issues/year  2007…: 4 issues/year  Included in membership fees

14 Book series on Multilingualism  Schneider publishing company, Tübingen, Germany, edited by Britta Hufeisen and Beate Lindemann  3 vol. in German on research projects (2 by IAM members)  1 vol. in English with selected papers of Tralee conference, edited by Muiris Ó Laoire  1 quatrolingual vol. with selected papers of 2005 Fribourg conference, edited by Martha Gibson, Cornelia Personne and Britta Hufeisen  1 vol. on trilingualism in Asia, edited by Renate Kärchner-Ober

15 Partner highlights: IAM offers for ECML Network:  biannual conferences  IJM, book series and other publications  Cooperation and joint projects  Exchange of expertise  Particpiation in ECML-projects

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