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LCR 2015 – final call for registration

A quick reminder: LCR 2015 registration closes in two weeks’ time, on 1 September. Please urge anyone who may be interested to register within the next two weeks @www.ru.nl/lcr2015!


First Call for Papers http://tecnolengua.uma.es/cilc2016/ March 2-4, 2016. Málaga, Spain. The Spanish Association for Corpus Linguistics and the local Organizing Committee are pleased to announce that the 8th International Conference on Corpus Linguistics (CILC 2016) will be held at the University of Málaga (Spain) on March 2-4, 2016. In line … Continue reading

LCR 2015 – Call for Registration

We have a good many registrations for LCR 2015, but there is still room left for some more. If you wish to attend, please register on-line at the conference website: www.ru.nl/lcr2015. The conference schedule and the preliminary book of abstracts are available from the conference website.

LCR 2015 latest: book of abstracts and updated conference schedule available

We have updated the LCR 2015 conference schedule to (hopefully) the definitive version, and compiled a preliminary version of the Book of conference abstracts. Both are available as PDFs from the conference website @ www.ru.nl/lcr2015.

1st International Conference on the Corpus of Chinese Spoken Interlanguage

Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin; English Call Deadline: 30-Apr-2015 Meeting Description: The goal of this Conference focuses on the research, development and application of the corpus of spoken interlanguage of Chinese language learners. The Conference is co-sponsored by The Institute for International Students of Nanjing University, The Linguistic Sciences School of … Continue reading

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Learner Corpora around the World

The Centre for English Corpus Linguistics maintains a 'Learner Corpora around the World' page.

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MERLIN provides access to 2.286 texts written by learners of Czech, Italian and German. The learner texts stem from standardized language tests and they have been reliably related to the CEFR levels.