Review published in:
Literacies: Tertiary contexts
Compiled and edited by Zosia Golebiowski
[Australian Review of Applied Linguistics 25:2] 2002
► pp. 129138
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Chapters from TLC referenced in review

Dodd, B.
Exploiting a corpus of written German for advanced language learning (pp. 131–145).
Gavioli, L.
Exploiting texts through the concordancer: guiding the learner (pp. 83–99).
Inkster, G.
First catch your corpus: building a French undergraduate corpus from readily available textual resources (pp. 267–276).
Jackson, H.
Corpus and concordance: finding out about style (pp. 224–239).
Johns, T.
Contexts: the background, development and trialling of a concordance-based CALL program (pp. 100–115).
Jones, R. L.
Creating and using a corpus of spoken German (pp. 146–156).
Kettermann, B.
Using a corpus to evaluate theories of child language acquisition (pp. 186–194).
Knowles, G.
Using corpora for the diachronic study of English (pp. 195–210).
Leech, G.
Teaching and language corpora: a convergence (pp. 1–23).
Louw, B.
The role of corpora in critical literary appreciation (pp. 240–251).
Minugh, D.
All the language that’s fit to print: using British and American CD-ROMs as corpora (pp. 67–82).
Peters, P.
Micro- and macrolinguisties for Natural Language Processing (pp. 175–185).
Renouf, A.
Teaching corpus linguistics to teachers of English (pp. 255–266).
Sinclair, J. M.
Corpus evidence in language description (pp. 27–39).
Wichmann, A.
The use of annotated speech corpora in the teaching of prosody (pp. 211–223).
Wilson, E.
The automatic generation of CALL exercises from general corpora (pp. 116–130)