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Query Details


Query Subject:   User-generated thesauri
Author:   Stig W Joergensen
Submitter Email:  click here to access email

Linguistic LingField(s):  Applied Linguistics
Computational Linguistics

Query:   Dear LINGUIST subscribers,

A student at my dept. is looking for information on user-generated
thesauri. If you know of any publications on the topic, or people who
are working in this field, I would be happy to hear from you.

Thank you.
- Stig
________________________________________________

Stig W. Jorgensen, M.A.
Dept. of Computational Linguistics,
Copenhagen Business School
Bernhard Bangs Alle 17B
DK-2000 Frederiksberg
phone: +45 38 15 31 30
email: swj.ID@cbs.dk
http://www.cbs.dk/departments/dl/engweb/staff/e-stig.htm






Thu, 19 Nov 1998 09:37:10 -0800
Kirk Hazen
khazen2@wvu.edu
Technology in Linguistics Classes




In the push to technologize classrooms, I would like information from
people who have successfully integrated information technology into
their linguistic classes. I am especially interested in technology
that may have made teaching more efficient and may have allowed better
assessment of student outcomes (i.e. how much they learned).

Kirk


Kirk Hazen, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of English
Department of English
West Virginia University
PO Box 6296
Morgantown West Virginia
26506-6296

Phone: (304) 293-3107x414
Fax: (304) 293-5380
LL Issue: 9.1638
Date posted: 19-Nov-1998



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