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Book announcement: Widening the Scope of Learner Corpus Research

Dear LCA-members, we are glad to announce that the Corpora and Language in Use’s 5th volume of proceedings entitled “Widening the Scope of Learner Corpus Research” has been recently published. It includes selected papers  from the Fourth Learner Corpus Research Conference held in Bolzano/Bozen. You can find more information at … Continue reading

Beyond CEFR level prediction of texts in learner corpora: Exploring feedback to learners and learning analytics

A one day workshop at Université de Paris, 30 Oct 2019 Olympe de Gouges Building, room 115, first floor (tbc) Provisional programme MORNING: discussing our results 9 00 opening N. Ballier The Ulysse PHC project : aims, data and limitations 9.20 Thomas Gaillat investigating learner micro-systems and customizing CEFR criterial … Continue reading

CfP – AILA 2020 – symposium on spoken/multimodal learner corpora

Dear colleagues, AILA 2020 will host a symposium entitled “Advances and challenges in spoken and multimodal learner corpus research and application”  with Dana Gablasova as invited speaker (chairs: Anke Lüdeling & Katrin Wisniewski). The CfP is out now (https://www.aila2020.nl/call-for-papers) – we are looking forward to receiving your abstracts! Best regards … Continue reading

Applications to host LCR2021

Dear LCA members, Following several requests for an extension of the deadline for applications to host LCR 2021, the LCA board has decided that the deadline will be extended to 5th July 2019. I’m very much looking forward to seeing you as many of you as possible in Warsaw! Best … Continue reading

CFP: Learner Corpus Symposium (LCSAW4) Sunday, Sep 29, 2019, Kobe, Japan

Following three successful conventions, the 4th Learner Corpus Studies in Asia and the World (LCSAW4) will be held on Sunday, 29, September 2019, at Kobe University Centennial Hall in Japan.   http://language.sakura.ne.jp/icnale/symposium.html   LCSAW4 is organized in cooperation with the ESRC-AHRC project led by Dr. Tony McEnery at Lancaster University, … Continue reading

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Learner Corpus Bibliography

The Learner Corpus Bibliography is a searchable bibliography of more than 1,000 references on learner corpus research

Learner Corpora around the World

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

MERLIN corpus

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.