LSPPC News Issue 3 is now available

We're pleased to announce that the third issue of LSPPC News, the Association's newsletter, is now available to members.

The newsletter includes articles by the following LSP & Professional Communication researchers:

  • Jiye Hong: Incidental attention to language during disciplinary teaching

  • Aliyyah Nuha Faiqah binti Azman Firdaus: The role of language and education to achieve the sustainable development goals (SDGs) in Malaysia and Japan

  • Jean Parkinson: Language for specific vocational purposes

In the newsletter, you will find information about our upcoming webinar (March 11, 2021) and the LSPPC6 conference (June 3-5, 2021). The newsletter also brings together a list of conferences on LSP around the world, members’ news, and provides members with a discount on Routledge publications in ESP.

As usual, the latest issue of the newsletter is available to members of the association only. Back issues are public and accessible here.

We hope you enjoy the newsletter!

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