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Thank you for your interest in our corpus linguistics projects. Under each project, you will find detailed information on the background, the transcription conventions, and the types of research that each corpus is producing.
We hope you will find the Michigan Corpus Linguistics website useful. If you have any questions or comments on our projects or would like to let us know how you are using our resources in your research and teaching, please feel free to contact us at . We look forward to hearing from you!
MICASE is a corpus of spoken English is a unique collection of a large number of speech events recorded at a large American research university.
MICUSP is a corpus of advanced student writing from 16 disciplines at the University of Michigan.
The JSCC is a small corpus of conference transcripts, made available for the study of academic discourse in specialized contexts.
This project is the first larger scale empirical study of Generation 1.5 writers.
On these pages you find information about our research activities and training we provide in corpus analysis.