The Corpus & Repository of Writing, an inter-institutional and inter-disciplinary research project building a corpus of student writing articulated with a repository of pedagogical artifacts.
Building on the success of her previous Crow workshops engaging the R environment, Dr. Adriana Picoral will host “Quantitative Language Data Analysis and Visualization in R” on April 17, 2021, from 9:00am to 11:00am (Arizona/US/MST). (See this in your time …
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Rounding up recent good news: Nina Conrad wins a Bilinski fellowship; a successful grant workshop; Adriana Picoral wins a mini-grant; publications in the SLW News and International Journal of Learner Corpus Research.
The Crow team condemns recent anti-Asian and gender-based violence. Please join us in supporting our Asian and AAPI friends and acting against hate and discrimination.
The Crow workshop series continues! Fellowship and Grant Writing for PhD Students & Early Career Scholars, Part I: Before You Start “Writing”In this workshop, we will discuss why you should apply to grants and fellowships (and the difference between these). …
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Our second Crow workshop will be held on December 19, 2020 from 9:00 to 11:00am (Arizona time/MST). “Corpus Searches in R: Regular Expressions and Concordance Lines” will be hosted by Adriana Picoral, PhD, assistant professor of data science at the …
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We are pleased to share that Crow researchers will be hosting a series of workshops. Our first, “Corpus Data Scraping and Sentiment Analysis,” will be hosted by Adriana Picoral, PhD, Saturday, November 7, 10am to 12pm (Arizona Time/MST).
We promised to more often share APPLAWS posts — a celebration of the team’s Awards, Publications, Plans, Leadership, Achievements, Wooots, and Surprises. Here we go! Hadi Banat (UMass-Boston) Dr. Hadi Banat relocated to Boston to begin his appointment as assistant …
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Reviewing the individual accomplishments of the Crow team in AY19–20.
Adding texts from Northern Arizona University means the Crow corpus is now 10 million words and 10,000 texts. Learn more about the way our team added these texts and why a bigger corpus is more useful for research.
We are happy to celebrate our newest graduates