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CLARIN Café Online and Desktop Tools for Querying a Language Corpus
Corpus linguistics methods in education research
Prof Pascual Pérez-Paredes
Using #corpuslinguistics methods in education research @EducationBATH seminar series.
25 May 2022 Thanks to @SamanthaCurle @rjreka U. Bath, Uk
Phil Durrant’s talk available on Youtube
Check out Dr Durrant’s talk “Researching writing development with a corpus” on our research group Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKjKIIQL6u1mXD2V9ZaT-_Q
More info on the talk here.
More info on Corpus linguistics and applied linguistics research 2021 site.
Recordings of #corpuslinguistics LAEL webinars
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The recordings of the following LAEL webinars are available at:
Speaker: Tove Larsson, Uppsala University, Sweden; Un. Catholique Louvain, BelgiumTitle: On Learner Corpus Research and things I wish someone had told me when I was a grad student
Speaker: Tyle True, Northern Arizona University, USATitle: Do you know how fast you were going?: Learning about the language of U.S. traffic stops to help L2 English
Speaker: Viviana Cortes, Georgia State University, USATitle: Lexical bundles as building blocks in discourse: the case of 3-word bundles
Speaker: Joe Collentine, Northern Arizona University, USATitle: Corpus research in the acquisition of Spanish as an L2
Speaker: Larissa Goulart, Northern Arizona University, USATitle: Second language writing for University purposes: From learner, to teacher, to researcher
Speaker: Ana Bocorny, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, BrazilTitle: Writing scientific articles with the support of key lexical bundles: a corpus-driven study in the area of health sciences
Speaker: Deise P. Dutra, Federal University of Minas Gerais, BrazilTitle: Language use: Corpus linguistics informing the language classroom
Speaker: Carolina Zuppardi, Laureate Digital and Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo, BrazilTitle: Collocation dimensions in academic English
More webinar recordings will be made available on that channel.
For information on future webinars, go to: