We are happy to announce the official release of the Swedish Learner Language infrastructure (SweLL) on August, 26-27 with a series of online talks and a possibility to get access to the corpus and a short tutorial on exploring the data.
The SweLL corpus is a newly compiled and manually annotated corpus of essays written by adult learners of Swedish as a second language. Essays have been manually pseudonymized, normalized, and correction annotated. Various tools have been developed to support the process of annotation, annotation management and search, notably a possibility to explore original and corrected data in a parallel fashion. Welcome to the release of both the corpus and the tools that will be presented by the SweLL project team!
The event will also feature two invited speakers:
- Brian MacWhinney, Carnegie Mellon Univeersity, USA
- Tove Larsson, Uppsala University, Sweden & Northern Arizona University, USA
Please, register! The registration is free of charge and is necessary to send you links to the Zoom webinar.
The work on the infrastructure was funded by Riksbankens Jubileumsfond.