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Spotlighting Crow Undergrad Interns

The Crow team is composed of a variety of different scholars at many different levels of academia from many different fields.  Crow includes various professors of writing, ESL, EAL, SLAT, and many other areas of English and language.  On top

Arizona AntConc Workshop 2017

On November 10th, 2017, the University of Arizona Corpus Lab held its AntConc Workshop.  AntConc is an application that allows users to view useful information about a text such as the word frequency, placement of search term in the text,

Symposium CFP published!

Today we hit a pretty significant milestone for the Crow project: we’ve published the CFP for our symposium, October 4–6, 2018. We’re thrilled to be able to host an event focusing on the type of work we want to support

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Arizona Summit 2017

The Crow team recently held a research summit at the University of Arizona in Tucson. Faculty and students from Purdue and South Carolina gathered for two days, with Crow researchers joining from West Lafayette and Michigan as well. In this

Crow at Corpus Linguistics 2017

From Crow team member Wendy Jie Gao: In July, Crow researchers gave a poster presentation at the Corpus Linguistics (CL 2017) in Birmingham, England. The poster introduced our citation project initiated in the summer of 2016–”Variability in Citation Practices of

APPLAWS-Summer 2017

In this edition of APPLAWS, we discuss all the exciting things that the Crow team achieved over the Summer.  We hope you see how hard the team has worked the past few months. Hadi Banat, a graduate research assistant at Purdue,

Introducing APPLAWS for Crow, Spring 2017

We are pleased to introduce a new segment on Write Crow – APPLAWS. APPLAWS (pronounced “applause”) will share the team’s awards, publications, plans, leadership, achievements, woots, and surprises three times each year. Crow has always shared our celebratory work and the

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Funded! Humanities Without Walls Changing Climate Initiative

Crow funded in Humanities Without Walls — The Work of the Humanities in a Changing Climate

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Crow at Tesol and AAAL 2017

A few weeks ago members of the Crow team attended both the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) conference located in Portland, Oregon and the TESOL International Convention & English language expo located in Seattle, Washington. AAAL At AAAL we

C&W 2017 Workshop

We’re excited to be offering a full-day workshop at Computers & Writing 2017 — sharing some of the lessons we’ve learned from our highly nerdly inter-institutional collaborative research project. Here’s the abstract, and after the jump, the full description of the workshop.

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