Year: 2018

2018 AACL conference presentations

Our Crow team reached a new milestone at the 14th American Association for Corpus Linguistics (AACL) this past September: our first presentations of inter-institutional projects! The two presentations, “Annotating learner data for lexico-grammatical patterns: A comparison of software tools” and

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Symposium Recap: Session Highlights

More reflection on our symposium: Sharing a few observations about every session.

Reflecting on the symposium: Our plenary speakers

Reflecting on the Symposium: Summaries of our plenaries, Dr. Shondel Nero and Dr. Susan Conrad, with some participants’ tweets adding images and context.

Thank you, symposium participants!

Thanks, everyone, for a great symposium! #wrww18

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Symposium updates

Updates, details, and logistics regarding the Writing Research Without Walls symposium #wrww18

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Meet Our New Undergraduate Researchers, Emily & Sarah!

The Crow team is growing! Our team at Purdue has started off the school year with two new undergraduate researchers, Emily Jones and Sarah Merryman.

Article: Corpus-informed instruction of reporting verbs

Crow team members publish “Examining the Effectiveness of Corpus-Informed Instruction of Reporting Verbs in L2 First-Year College Writing” in L2 Journal 10.3.

2018 Teaching and Language Corpora (TaLC) conference workshop

Crow researchers presented half-day workshop titled “Exploring variation and intertextuality in L2 undergraduate writing in English: Using the Corpus and Repository of Writing online platform for research and teaching.” at the 2018 Teaching and Language Corpora (TaLC) conference in Cambridge, England.

Workshop 3: Reflecting halfway

Halfway through our workshop series, we stop to reflect on the workshop so far and look ahead to project milestones and goal-setting.

Workshop 2: Thinking Like a Programmer  

Reflecting on the second session of our Methodology Workshop for Natural Language Programming, where we learned nine principles for thinking like a programmer.

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