Lab Open House at Arizona

On Friday, October 4th, the Arizona Crowbirds opened their nest for the public to visit. During the Open Lab students, instructors, and staff were invited to explore the lab and interact with the University of Arizona’s research team. Visitors also had the opportunity to interact with Crow’s online interface, diving into the Corpus and Repository through a hands-on experience. They learned more about the different research and outreach projects the lab is involved in for both Crow and MACAWS (Multilingual Academic Corpus of Assignments–Writing and Speech), our cousin corpus.

Gathering of people standing in a small office. At left, Shelley Staples demonstrates the Crow interface.
Shelley Staples (far left), David Marsh (center), and Jhonatan Henao Muñoz (far right) chatting with open house attendees.

Thank you to everyone who attended our Open House! The Arizona Crowbirds look forward to continuing to share their progress and hard work with the community. To access the online interface, visit

Jhonatan Henao Muñoz guides an attendee through the Crow corpus web interface.
Jhonatan Henao Muñoz (right) offering a guided tour of the Crow web interface.