Category: Workshops and Pedagogical Materials

Crow team members Hadi Banat and Bradley Dilger traveled to Baltimore, MD for CWPA 2019, sharing the Crow system in an interactive workshop.

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.

We’ll be hosting a mini-workshop at Computers & Writing 2019, session G.13 (Riverside, 2:00 to 3:15p, Sat 6/22). Come try out the Crow system!

Arizona Crowbirds participated in the SLAT Roundtable in Spring 2019, featuring both Crow and MACAWS.

On Friday April 5th, Arizona Crowbirds hosted a “Launch Lunch” as a way to announce changes and developments to the Crow website, as well as a way to thank instructors and administrators for their support and feedback. With the new …

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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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Crow researchers presented half-day workshop titled “Exploring variation and intertextuality in L2 undergraduate writing in English: Using the Corpus and Repository of Writing online platform for research and teaching.” at the 2018 Teaching and Language Corpora (TaLC) conference in Cambridge, England.

Crowbirds Shelley Staples and Adriana Picoral presented a workshop on Word and Phrase at the University of Arizona. The workshop demonstrated the use of Word and Phrase to determine word frequency and the ways it can be applied.

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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.

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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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