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Symposium on Register in SFL

Posted on 9 December 2015 by Lise

UPDATED PROGRAMME – SFL symposium on register (PDF) As part of the Advanced Research Residency (ARR) in Systemic Functional Linguistics,  we have organised a symposium on register on March 14 2016. (click here for the registration form) This is a free event but places are limited so we are asking everyone to complete the registration form (see link below) to indicate
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Tools of the trade

Posted on 6 November 2013 by Lise

LinC Workshop Tools of the trade: Software for exploring linguistic and communicative patternings. Ben Clarke, Portsmouth University The following workshop will be held Wednesday, November 13, 2013.   4pm-6pm.  Room 3.58 John Percival Building, Cardiff University. Tools of the trade: Software for exploring linguistic and communicative patternings  In this workshop, I demonstrate ‘live’ the use
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LinC Summer School 2012

Posted on 2 April 2012 by Lise

This post is an update on the summer school programme for both the introductory and applied courses. An outline of both courses is given below followed by funding opportunities for attending the summer school. Instructors Sheena Gardner, Geoff Thompson, Mick O’Donnell, Izaskun Elorza, Blanca García-Riaza, Claire Acevedo, Margaret Berry, Alan Hess, Lise Fontaine, Tom Bartlett
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Workshop: corpus tools

Posted on 24 January 2012 by Lise

We will be running a one-day workshop in Corpus Linguistics on February 3rd 2012 for all postgraduate students, researchers and staff who are interested. The event is free but spaces are limited. You will be required to register for each event to secure a place and you can do this using this link. Morning workshop:
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Discovering patterns

Posted on 9 August 2010 by Lise

Dr Mick O’Donnell will be giving a talk in CLCR on September 22nd, 2010. Details below. Discovering meaningful patterns in text using UAM CorpusTool The recent availability of free and relatively accurate syntactic parsers for English have opened up new possibilities for text analysis. This talk will demonstrate how UAM CorpusTool can be used to
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Cardiff Keystroke Project

Posted on 15 June 2010 by Lise

I have been wanting to do research looking at actual keystrokes in spontaneous language production for several years. I was blocked by IT security issues until last year when I discovered InputLog, a tool developed by researchers for researchers that that logs keyboard and mouse input. Over this academic year (2009 – 2010), I have
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Light a tote bag

Posted on 15 June 2010 by Lise

Insights into electronic language production through keystroke logging This paper reports on one aspect of our Keystroke Project, namely, repairs and pauses in spontaneous, personal electronic language production found, for example, in e-mails, chatrooms and Facebook. The data used in this study were collected through the computer logging software ‘Inputlog’ (Leijten and Van Waes, 2006).
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