LINGUIST List 14.1372

Tue May 13 2003

Qs: Linguistic Document Dating; ICT/SLA Input

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  1. Vincent DeCaen, dating documents?
  2. Damianos Damianopoulos, REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE

Message 1: dating documents?

Date: Tue, 13 May 2003 13:02:07 -0400 (EDT)
From: Vincent DeCaen <>
Subject: dating documents?

i'm interested in theory & method for dating documents by linguistic
criteria: either historical-linguistic, or corpus-linguistic, or
something related. i have relatively dated (!) references for middle
english literature; norse sagas; and biblical hebrew. i assume other
literatures present challenges in dating compositions too ...

is there anything general and recent in this area written by a
*linguist*? thanx.

Dr Vincent DeCaen <>
Research Associate
Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
University of Toronto
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Date: Tue, 13 May 2003 18:04:26 +0000
From: Damianos Damianopoulos <>

Dear Members,
My name is Damianos Damianopoulos and I teach English at the 2nd
Junior High School of Corfu, Greece. Besides, I am a student at the
Hellenic Open University and I am currently working on my
dissertation, which is connected with the integration of ICT in
face-to-face curricula and syllabi.
I should be profoundly indebted to all those colleagues that might
find a little time to fill out a questionnaire which can be accessed
at this url:
I should be even more indebted if you could srpead the word to other
colleagues that might not have the opportunity to view this message;
not only teachers of English but also teachers of other languages like
French, German etc.
Please, accept my gratitude for your anticipated assistance in this
Damianopoulos A. Damianos
Hellenic Open University M.Ed. TESOL student
Teacher of English as a Foreign Language
2nd Junior High School Corfu Greece
WWW: (Virtual English Classroom) 
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