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LINGUIST List 21.1603

Thu Apr 01 2010

FYI: Call for Feedback: MICUSP Simple

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        1.    Ute Römer, Call for Feedback: MICUSP Simple

Message 1: Call for Feedback: MICUSP Simple
Date: 01-Apr-2010
From: Ute Römer <uroemerumich.edu>
Subject: Call for Feedback: MICUSP Simple
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Dear all,

In December 2009, the Corpus Linguistics Unit at the University of Michigan
English Language Institute launched MICUSP Simple, a user-friendly search
and browse interface to the 2.6 million word Michigan Corpus of Upper-level
Student Papers (see Linguist List message 20.4343,
http://linguistlist.org/issues/20/20-4343.html). You can access MICUSP
Simple at http://search-micusp.elicorpora.info/simple/. The MICUSP project
website is at http://micusp.elicorpora.info/.

We are currently working on enhancing MICUSP Simple and would love to hear
what you like and don’t like about the interface and its functionality (a
NS/NNS filter and different result download options are already on our list
of new features).

Looking forward to hearing what you think about MICUSP Simple!

Thanks and best wishes,
Ute and the MICUSP Team

Just launched: MICUSP Simple -- free search/browse interface to the
Michigan Corpus of Upper-level Student Papers (829 papers, around 2.6
million words):
http://search-micusp.elicorpora.info/simple/

Dr. Ute Römer
Director of the Applied Corpus Linguistics Unit
English Language Institute
University of Michigan
Email: uroemerumich.edu
Fax: +1 734 763 0369
http://www.elicorpora.info
http://www.uteroemer.com


Surface mail address:
Dr. Ute Römer
University of Michigan
English Language Institute
500 E. Washington Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-2028
USA

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