Corpus Corner: Using the LANA-CASE Corpus in the Classroom (CIRT-IG)
Date/Time
3/29/2024
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Pacific
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Event Type(s)
Prof Dev Meeting/Workshop
Interest Group (IG) Event
Event Description
The Lancaster-Northern Arizona Corpus of American Spoken English (LANA-CASE) is the American English counterpart to the widely used British National Corpus 2014 (BNC2014) in that it consists of large amounts of anonymized, transcribed, and freely available spoken language samples. Come learn about this new corpus and learn about opportunities to conduct meaningful research that can improve language teaching, policy, and understanding.

Presenter:
Elizabeth Hanks is an applied linguist who uses corpus methods to research questions related to pragmatics and vocabulary acquisition. She is currently working on compiling the Lancaster-Northern Arizona Corpus of American Spoken English (LANA-CASE) with a team of researchers from Lancaster University and Northern Arizona University. She holds an MA in TESOL (Northeastern Illinois University) and a BA in linguistics (Brigham Young University), and is currently a PhD student at Northern Arizona University.
 
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