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LINGUIST List 18.1789

Wed Jun 13 2007

Confs: Computational Ling/Spain

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        1.    Blanca García Riaza, Corpus Linguistics: An Introductory Seminar & Workshop

Message 1: Corpus Linguistics: An Introductory Seminar & Workshop
Date: 12-Jun-2007
From: Blanca García Riaza <bgrusal.es>
Subject: Corpus Linguistics: An Introductory Seminar & Workshop

Corpus Linguistics: An Introductory Seminar & Workshop
Short Title: JDLC2007

Date: 03-Jul-2007 - 06-Jul-2007
Location: Salamanca, Spain
Contact: Blanca García Riaza
Contact Email: bgrusal.es
Meeting URL: http://web.usal.es/~iea/www_Sitio%20Jornadas_ok/ingles/index.htm

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

Meeting Description:

Corpus Linguistics: An Introductory Seminar & Workshop /
Jornadas de Divulgacion de la Linguistica de Corpus (JDLC2007)
University of Salamanca
Salamanca (SPAIN)
3-6 July 2007

Online registration at Servicio de Cursos Extraordinarios
(http://www.usal.es/precurext )

Registration deadline: 1 July 2007

Fees: 120€ (90€ university students; proof of concession required)

Fees include access to all open sessions (lectures) as well as to workshops,
availability of a personal comupter per person during workshops, all the
handouts and material delivered and a participation certificate (minimal
attendance of 85%).

As availability is limited to 30 participants, registration will be on a 'first
come, first served' basis.


The general aim of this conference is to allow non-specialists to get acquainted
with corpus linguistics and its potential for different types
of professional and research applications.

The academic programme includes lectures, open to the general public,
and workshops in which registered participants will learn through
practice, instructed by experts in this area. Participants will learn
how to use WordSmith Tools (Version 4.0) under the supervision of Dr.
Mike Scott, who has developed this suite of analytical tools which is
used worldwide for language research.

Due to limited availability for workshops (30), we strongly recommend
people interested in attending to register early (online registration at
Cursos Extraordinarios de la Universidad de Salamanca
http://www.usal.es/precurext )

Organized by:
Izaskun Elorza (CoDis - Discourse Coherence Research Group)

Blanca García Riaza - bgrusal.es

- Dr. Mike Scott (WordSmith Tools, University of Liverpool)
- Dr. Michaela Mahlberg (University of Liverpool)
- Dr. Matthew Brook O'Donnell (Textual Priming Project, University of Liverpool)
- Dr. John Hyde (CoDis Research Group, University of Salamanca)
- Dr. Ovidi Carbonell (CoDis Research Group, University of Salamanca)
- Dr. Izaskun Elorza (CoDis Research Group, University of Salamanca)

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