LINGUIST List 8.1677

Mon Nov 24 1997

FYI: New Journal, BNC Online Service

Editor for this issue: Martin Jacobsen <martylinguistlist.org>


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  1. Jorge Baptista, Seminarios de Linguistica (journal)
  2. Lou Burnard, BNC Online Service

Message 1: Seminarios de Linguistica (journal)

Date: Tue, 18 Nov 1997 11:04:33 -0000
From: Jorge Baptista <jbaptisualg.pt>
Subject: Seminarios de Linguistica (journal)


I would like to divulge through the Linguist List the issuing of a
journal, Seminarios de Linguistica, published by the University of
Algarve (Portugal).

A web site is available at URL:

http://www.ualg.pt/uceh/ll/semling/index.html

where an overall presentation of the journal can be found, as well as
all order information.

More information could be asked writing to:

semlingualg.pt

or to the adress below.

Yours truly,

Jorge Baptista


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Dr. Jorge Baptista (Assistente)

Seminarios de Linguistica
Universidade do Algarve -Unidade de Ciencias Exactas e Humanas
Campus de Gambelas - 8000 FARO Portugal

Tel. 0035189800914 / Fax. 0035189818560
Email: jbaptisualg.pt or semlingualg.pt
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Message 2: BNC Online Service

Date: Sat, 22 Nov 1997 15:59:22 +0000
From: Lou Burnard <lou.burnardcomputing-services.oxford.ac.uk>
Subject: BNC Online Service


I'm very pleased to announce (at last) that the British National
Corpus (BNC) can now be searched online over the internet from
anywhere in the world.

The new BNC Online Service allows anyone with access to the internet
to:

* search for words, phrases, or patterns in the BNC via a simple web
 interface

* register for an account on the BNC server (free for twenty days
 unlimited usage)

* download the SARA client software needed to talk to this server
 (also free: available for Windows3.x or 95 only)

This new service is made possible by the generosity of the British
Library (who run the server); thanks are also due to its ingenious
developers (Scotty Logan and Tony Dodd).

The address of BNC Online is http://thetis.bl.uk/

For more information on the BNC, see http://info.ox.ac.uk/bnc

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