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Full paper submissions (not abstracts) are now invited.
Papers should be prepared using the guidelines in this template.
Submission deadline: In response to requests the submission deadline has been extended until Monday 8 April 2013 (23:59 UTC), but please do not wait until this date. Submit as soon as you can.
Submission method: By email attachment to
The attachment containing your paper should be named ptlc2013_NNNN, where NNNN is the family name of the first named author of the paper. So, for example, a paper written by V. Bloggs and J. Smith should have the name ptlc2013_bloggs.
Paper preparation: The file you submit must be an editable WORD document and must conform to the format shown in the template. If you do not follow this format, then it is likely that your paper will be rejected, or at best returned to you for editing.
Refereeing and revisions: Your paper will be reviewed anonymously by two referees. We will aim to let you know of our decision by 1 May. If revisions are suggested or required by the referees, these must be completed and the revised paper sent to us by 1 June.
Paper Content: It is important to keep in mind that PTLC is a conference concerned with the teaching and learning of phonetics. Papers which do not show a clear application in these spheres are most unlikely to be accepted. Please do not submit papers which merely deal with the description of the phonetics or phonology of a language or an accent of a language, interesting and worthwhile though these may be. If in doubt, take a look at the proceedings of previous PTLC meetings to see the kind of thing that has been accepted in the past.
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