Project: Large-Scale Text Analysis with Undergraduates
By Chelcie Rowell On January 14, 2015 · Leave a Comment · In Projects
Laura Aull uses corpus-based analysis tools and online databases to analyze student writing and advanced academic and published magazine writing, with URECA fellows the previous three summers. Students have gone on to present at campus and regional research days and, in the case of two URECA fellows, to present work related to patterns of argumentative scope in student and published academic writing at the Annual Conference for the American Association of Applied Linguistics in Toronto, Canada.
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