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Sat Jan 31 2004

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  1. elke hentschel, Linguistik online: Learning and teaching (in) Computational Linguistics

Message 1: Linguistik online: Learning and teaching (in) Computational Linguistics

Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2004 09:48:42 +0100
From: elke hentschel <>
Subject: Linguistik online: Learning and teaching (in) Computational Linguistics

Dear colleagues,

there is a new issue of "Linguistik online" dealing with

	"Learning and teaching (in) Computational Linguistics"

As always, the journal is free of charge and can be found here:

The new issue contains the following contributions:

Kai-Uwe Carstensen/Michael Hess (Zurich):
Problem-based Web-based Teaching in a Computational Linguistics

Pius ten Hacken (Swansea):
Computer-Assisted Language Learning and the Revolution in
Computational Linguistics

Susanne J. Jekat/Gary Massey (Zurich/Winterthur):
The Puzzle of Translation Skills. Towards an Integration of E-Learning
and Special Concepts of Computational Linguistics into the Training of
Future Translators

Eric Keller/Brigitte Zellner Keller (Lausanne):
How Much Prosody Can You Learn from Twenty Utterances?

Manfred Klenner (Zurich)/Henri�tte Visser (Heidelberg):
What exactly is wrong and why? Tutorial Dialogue for Intelligent CALL

Paola Merlo/James Henderson/Gerold Schneider/Eric Wehrli (Geneva):
Learning Document Similarity Using Natural Language Processing

Gerold Schneider (Zurich/Geneva):
Learning to Disambiguate Syntactic Relations

Anne Vandeventer Faltin (Geneva):
Natural language processing tools for computer assisted language

review on: Will�e, Gerd/Schr�der, Bernhard/Schmitz, Hans-Christian
(eds.) (2002): Computerlinguistik. Was geht, was kommt? Sankt
Augustin. (= Sprachwissenschaft, Computerlinguistik und Neue Medien
4). Kai-Uwe Carstensen (Zurich)

Kind regards,

Elke Hentschel
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