LINGUIST List 16.511

Sun Feb 20 2005

Qs: Current Comp Ling Courses/Estonia Language Policy

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        1.    Rembrandt Klopper, Current Computational Linguistics Courses
        2.    Jessica Castillon, Estonia Language Policy


Message 1: Current Computational Linguistics Courses

Date: 16-Feb-2005
From: Rembrandt Klopper <rklopperiafrica.com>
Subject: Current Computational Linguistics Courses


I have been asked to survey the content of courses in Computational Linguistics
as a possble undergraduate co-major of Informatics and as an interdisciplinary
masters program.

I would greatly appreciate the assistance of those currently involved with
computational linguistics.

Rembrandt Klopper
Informatics
University of KwaZul-Natal
South Africa

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

Message 2: Estonia Language Policy

Date: 10-Feb-2005
From: Jessica Castillon <castillonj1mail.montclair.edu>
Subject: Estonia Language Policy



I am taking a graduate Applied Linguistics class called Language Policy and
Planning, and I am doing a research project on the language policy in Estonia.

I was wondering if anyone knew of any good references (websites, articles,
etc.) or just knew any information on this topic. I would greatly
appreciate it.

Thank you!
Jessica Castillon

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

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