We have just released an interactive online tutorial for using VOICE 3.0 Online as part of the ACDH-CH How To portfolio: https://howto.acdh.oeaw.ac.at/resource/posts/voice-3-0-tutorial - contains you tube clips and quizzes.
On 21 June 2022, I am giving a guest lecture on emergent multilingual practices and TIGs as part of the 'Linguistisches Kolloquium' at the University of Bayreuth.
Together with Ruth Osimk-Teasdale, Hannes Pirker, Stefanie Riegler and Omar Siam from the VOICE CLARIAH team, I am hosting the ACDH-CH Tool Gallery 8.1 on the theme Spoken corpus linguistics and open access: Usability and technology of VOICE 3.0 Online.
The International Online Symposium on 'English as a lingua franca and transient contexts: Research perspectives for applied linguistics' related to my FWF-funded #ELFinTIGs project takes place - with keynote talks by Will Baker, Brigitta Busch, Janus Mortensen and Barbara Seidlhofer.
On 14 April 2021, I am giving a talk on variation, communities, multilingual individuals and Transient International Groups at the 11th International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 11).
All TEI-XML versions of the Vienna-Oxford International Corpus of English (VOICE) - including the new VOICE 3.0 XML - are now available in ARCHE (A Resource Centre for Humanities Related Research in Austria) for long-term storage and open access! Click here to visit the VOICE @ ARCHE collection.
My chapter "Multilingual creativity and emerging norms in interaction: Towards a methodology for micro-diachronic analysis" has just been published and is available open access - click here. The chapter is part of the volume Norms and the study of language in social life edited by Janus Mortensen and Kamilla Kraft (De Gruyter Mouton).
Registration for the #ELFinTIGs Online Symposium on English as a Lingua Franca and Transient Contexts: Research Perspectives for Applied Linguistics with invited speakers Will Baker, Brigitta Busch, Janus Mortensen and Barbara Seidlhofer on 21-22 April 2022 is now open!
Registration for the ACDH-CH Tool Gallery 8.1 on Spoken Corpus Linguistics and Open Access: Usability and Technology of VOICE 3.0 Online is now open! The two-day workshop on 28-29 April 2022 is tailored to researchers and PhD/advanced students interested in spoken corpus linguistics and the development of OA web applications.
My chapter "From cross to inter to trans - *cultural pragmatics on the move: The need for expanding methodologies in lingua franca research" has just been published and is available open access via https://www.degruyter.com/document/doi/10.1515/9781501512520/html. It is part of the volume Pragmatics in English as a Lingua Franca edited by Ian Walkinshaw (De Gruyter Mouton).