Introduction to AntConc 4: Tools and strategies for creating and analyzing corpora in specialized domains

A webinar with Prof. Laurence Anthony AntConc is perhaps the world's most widely used desktop toolkit for creating and analyzing corpus data on Windows, MacOS and Linux machines. It has been downloaded over 2.5 million times by researchers, teachers, learners, translators and editors in over 140 countries, and is continually…

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Translating playable texts

A webinar with Dr Xiaochun Zhang Video games have become ever-present in digital life today, with thousands of deeply invested players and fans. As a form of popular entertainment and impactful media, they influence and shape the global culture and way of life in contemporary digital society. Within a span…

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How to use a tablet for consecutive note-taking

A webinar with Josh Goldsmith Your tablet is great for reading the news, answering emails, and researching assignments. Have you ever thought about using it for consecutive note-taking? In this interactive 90-minute online workshop, we’ll cover: • Why digital notes outshine pen and paper • How to take notes on…

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Notes that you can rely on – a recap of the fundamentals of consecutive note-taking for interpreters

A webinar by Sophie Llewellyn Smith This webinar will provide answers and information on the following and more: • what notes can help you with - and what they can’t • how to structure your notes so they are a reliable prompt for your memory • what elements of content…

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