As the Spring 2023 semester wraps up, the Crow team is excited to share the research we have presented at conferences this semester. WRAB 2023 Dr. Hadi Banat presented at the Writing Across Borders 2023 conference in Trondheim, Norway in …
The Crow lab at Purdue, made possible by the EVPRP grant, has allowed our five new Crow interns to interact in a physically productive and inviting space. We’ve been quite busy at Crow, especially considering the wide range of projects that all of us contribute to. Here’s an outline of what we’ve been working on, and how the lab helps us do so.
We launched CIABATTA, Corpus In A Box: Automated Tools, Tutorials, & Advising, on December 6th, 2021. Attendees from all over the world learned how they can build their own corpora to aid them in research and teaching, regardless of their previous coding experience.
Crow’s distributed work team presents “Using iterative persona development to support inclusive research and assessment” at SIGDOC 2021: Michelle McMullin, Hadi Banat, Shelton Weech, and Bradley Dilger. YouTube presentation and conference proceedings paper.
Crow team presents workshop at AZTESOL 2019
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.
Our University of Arizona Crowbirds hosted an introductory workshop on the uses of AntConc at the 17th Annual SLAT Interdisciplinary Roundtable. The workshops gave instructions on hiding tags, using the concordance function, and different methods of word searching.
Crow researchers have been updating their research by comparing citations in research papers and literature reviews, investigating citation integration, the use of quotations, and citation counts. Our findings will be presented at the AAAL conference in Chicago on March 27, 2018.