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Corpora are (usually) large collections of computer-readable texts. Corpora and corpus tools. In the workshop you will. see examples of the kind of research questions that can be addressed with the help of corpus tools get hands-on opportunities to use corpus tools see examples of corpora .

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Corpora are usually large collections of computer readable texts

Corpora are (usually) large collections of computer-readable texts


Corpora and corpus tools

Corpora and corpus tools


In the workshop you will

In the workshop you will

  • see examples of the kind of research questions that can be addressed with the help of corpus tools

  • get hands-on opportunities to use corpus tools

  • see examples of corpora


Corpora are usually large collections of computer readable texts

CANELC

  • CANELC, the Cambridge and Nottingham e-Language Corpus, a 1,000,000 word corpus:

[email protected]

[email protected]


Experts teaching the course

Experts teaching the course

Professor Svenja Adolphs

developed Nottingham corpora with CUP

Associate Professor Michaela Mahlberg

Editor of the International Journal of Corpus Linguistics

Dr Paul Thompson

Director of the Centre for Corpus Research

University of Birmingham

Dr Andrew Kehoe

developed eMargin at Birmingham City University


Project partner cup

Project partner: CUP

  • The project will give you access to corpora developed with CUP

  • You will work on developing materials based on these corpora that are of interest to corpus users, particularly in the context of English language teaching.

  • To see the kind of work that CUP is doing in this area look at CUP corpus webpage:

  • http://www.cambridge.org/gb/elt/catalogue/subject/item2701617/Cambridge-English-Corpus/?site_locale=en_GB


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