LINGUIST List 6.1726

Sat Dec 9 1995

FYI: CETH WWW server, Portuguese, SECC on WWW

Editor for this issue: T. Daniel Seely <dseelyemunix.emich.edu>


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  1. Susan Hockey, New CETH WWW server
  2. Jane Garry, Linguist with expertise in Portuguese needed
  3. Bruno Tersago, SECC on WWW

Message 1: New CETH WWW server

Date: Wed, 06 Dec 1995 15:06:22 New CETH WWW server
From: Susan Hockey <hockeyrci.rutgers.edu>
Subject: New CETH WWW server

The Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities (CETH) has a
completely new WWW server at

http://www.ceth.rutgers.edu

Please update your links to reflect the new address.

The old server has a pointer to the new address on its first page.
It will remain in existence until the end of May 1996.

CETH's mission is to advance scholarship in the humanities by encouraging
the creation of high quality electronic texts, promoting improved ways of
working with these texts, and disseminating information about electronic
text technology in the humanities.

CETH is sponsored by Rutgers and Princeton Universities and is
supported in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities and
the Andrew W Mellon Foundation.

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Susan Hockey, Director, Center for Electronic Texts in the
Humanities, 169 College Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08903
phone (908) 932-1384; fax (908) 932-1386
***Please note new email address: hockeyrci.rutgers.edu
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Message 2: Linguist with expertise in Portuguese needed

Date: Thu, 07 Dec 1995 10:36:44 Linguist with expertise in Portuguese needed
From: Jane Garry <jgarryyale.edu>
Subject: Linguist with expertise in Portuguese needed


I am editing a forthcoming language encyclopedia to be published by Henry
Holt, and sadly, our contributor for Portuguese died before she could see
and approve the final version of that entry. I would be grateful if
someone would be willing to take a look at it and correct any errors; we
could pay a $50 honorarium for this work.

Thanks, Jane Garry

Please e-mail me, jgarryyale.edu
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Message 3: SECC on WWW

Date: Fri, 08 Dec 1995 12:20:32 SECC on WWW
From: Bruno Tersago <Bruno.Tersagoccl.kuleuven.ac.be>
Subject: SECC on WWW


Hello everybody,


Here is some news that will certainly interest
people active in the field of controlled languages:

* The European SECC project (A Simplified English
 Grammar and Style Checker/Corrector) offers
 the possibility of trying out the SE tool it
 is developing via WWW. You can submit a sentence
 and get "network-instantaneous" feedback about errors,
 as well as a proposal for correction.

 The URL is http://www.ccl.kuleuven.ac.be/cgi-bin/seccdemo.cgi

* Willem-Olaf Huijsen of the University of Utrecht, the
 Netherlands, has started working on a "Controlled
 Languages Home Page", and welcomes any input.

 The URL is http://wwwots.let.ruu.nl/Controlled-languages/


Kind regards,
G. Adriaens
Siemens Nixdorf & University of Leuven, Belgium
SECC Project Coordinator
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