Author: CROW Team

Adding texts from Northern Arizona means the Crow corpus

Congratulations to the graduate and undergraduate Crowbirds who are earning degrees this academic year! Hadi Riad Banat, PhD, English (Second Language Studies), Purdue Bruna Somner Farias, PhD, Second Language Acquisition and Teaching, Arizona Jie Wendy Gao, PhD, English (Second Language …

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We’re joining the Council of Undergraduate Research to celebrate #VirtualURW2020 by spotlighting some of the wonderful contributions undergraduate researchers have made to the Crow team. Undergraduates have been active Crow researchers since our project began at Purdue in 2015. Some …

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Bradley Dilger attended C&W 2019 in East Lansing, presenting with Hadi Banat and Michelle McMullin about Crow’s HWW grant and sharing the Crow interface with new audiences with Emily Jones. He presented with Banat at CWPA 2019 in Baltimore as well. …

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Hadi Banat & Bradley Dilger are sharing the Crow interface at
CWPA 2019: Session D: Fri 7/26, 2:00p, Essex A. Fill out our feedback form to get a $25 gift card.

Crowbirds presented two projects at the 14th American Association for Corpus Linguistics (AACL): “Annotating learner data for lexico-grammatical patterns: A comparison of software tools” and “Lexico-grammatical Patterns in First Year Writing across L1 Backgrounds,” Our first presentation compared the uses and performance of Biber tagger, MALT parser, and Stanford parser. Our second presentation analyzed the linguistic features of L1 writers compared to L2 writers.

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Thanks, everyone, for a great symposium! #wrww18

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

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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.

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, …

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