[Corpora-List] Final call for chapters: Data-driven learning with younger learners

Peter Crosthwaite p.cros at uq.edu.au
Wed Mar 28 12:20:42 CEST 2018


To the Corpora Mailing List:

This is the final call for chapters for an edited book focusing on the use of corpora for data-driven learning (DDL, Johns, 1991) with young (i.e. pre-tertiary) learners.

DDL, despite being a feature of corpora and language learning research for some time, has really taken off as a viable methodological approach in the last decade due to innovations in corpus query interfaces, data visualisation, open access and improved internet access/speed. However, for a number of reasons including access, resources and difficulties in convincing those outside academia of the value of DDL, the majority of studies on DDL are conducted with tertiary or adult learners, leaving DDL for younger learners (those in pre-school, primary, or secondary education) as a relatively underexplored area in the literature.

With this in mind, chapter proposals are invited that explore the use of DDL with younger learners. Studies dealing with DDL for first or second language acquisition, genre and register learning/teaching and DDL for the teaching/learning of subjects other than languages are particularly welcome. The corpora involved in any of these studies can be spoken, written or multimodal. Chapters may be empirical studies of corpus use and its effects on learning, studies that explore the perceptions of corpus use by younger learners/teachers of younger learners, or studies that make a novel contribution to theory or methodology, such as new software or corpora that deal specifically with younger learners, and new approaches in training teachers / students of younger learners in DDL techniques.

Final chapters will be approximately 6000-7500 words. Chapter proposals of 400-500 words are due mid-April, 2018. The edited volume is to be published by Routledge in 2019, part of the Taylor and Francis publishing group.

Please feel free to signal your interest or discuss your ideas by contacting the editor at p.cros at uq.edu.au. As mentioned, proposals due mid-April, with acceptance notification soon after. Final submissions due December 2018/January 2019.

Many thanks,

Dr. Peter Crosthwaite, Ph.D., FHEA. Lecturer, School of Languages and Cultures, University of Queensland. Fellow: Higher Education Academy: https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/ UQ researcher's profile: http://researchers.uq.edu.au/researcher/18390 See publications at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Peter_Crosthwaite Section editor for corpus linguistics at Open Linguistics (https://www.degruyter.com/view/j/opli) orcid.org/0000-0002-1482-8381, CRICOS: 00025B

________________________________ From: Peter Crosthwaite Sent: 13 February 2018 11:09 To: corpora at uib.no Subject: 3rd Call for Chapters: Data-driven learning with younger learners

To the Corpora Mailing List:

This is the 3rd call for chapters for an edited book focusing on the use of corpora for data-driven learning (DDL, Johns, 1991) with young (i.e. pre-tertiary) learners.

DDL, despite being a feature of corpora and language learning research for some time, has really taken off as a viable methodological approach in the last decade due to innovations in corpus query interfaces, data visualisation, open access and improved internet access/speed. However, for a number of reasons including access, resources and difficulties in convincing those outside academia of the value of DDL, the majority of studies on DDL are conducted with tertiary or adult learners, leaving DDL for younger learners (those in pre-school, primary, or secondary education) as a relatively underexplored area in the literature.

With this in mind, chapter proposals are invited that explore the use of DDL with younger learners. Studies dealing with DDL for first or second language acquisition, genre and register learning/teaching and DDL for the teaching/learning of subjects other than languages are particularly welcome. The corpora involved in any of these studies can be spoken, written or multimodal. Chapters may be empirical studies of corpus use and its effects on learning, studies that explore the perceptions of corpus use by younger learners/teachers of younger learners, or studies that make a novel contribution to theory or methodology, such as new software or corpora that deal specifically with younger learners, and new approaches in training teachers / students of younger learners in DDL techniques.

Final chapters will be approximately 6000-7500 words. Chapter proposals of 400-500 words are due March 31st, 2018. The edited volume is to be published by Routledge in 2019, part of the Taylor and Francis publishing group.

Please feel free to signal your interest or discuss your ideas by contacting the editor at p.cros at uq.edu.au. A final call will go out mid-March, proposals due end of March, acceptance notification in April, with final submissions due December 2018/January 2019.

Many thanks,

Dr. Peter Crosthwaite, Ph.D., FHEA Lecturer, School of Languages and Cultures, University of Queensland. UQ researcher's profile: http://researchers.uq.edu.au/researcher/18390 See publications at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Peter_Crosthwaite Section editor for corpus linguistics at Open Linguistics (https://www.degruyter.com/view/j/opli) orcid.org/0000-0002-1482-8381, CRICOS: 00025B -------------- next part -------------- A non-text attachment was scrubbed... Name: not available Type: text/html Size: 14746 bytes Desc: not available URL: <https://mailman.uib.no/public/corpora/attachments/20180328/4a72b096/attachment.txt>



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