The 1641 Collaborative Linguistic Research and Learning Environment
(CLRLE) is an interactive web-based portal to the 1641 Depositions and related resources for the purposes of multi-disciplinary, collaborative, socio-historic linguistic research, discovery learning and teaching.
- October 2010: (with N. Macleod) Women in the 1641 Depositions: Creating Lexical Portraits with Wordsmith and Omeka , Supporting the Digital Humanities, DARIAH, Vienna, Austria.
- 'The 1641 Collaborative Linguistic Research Interface', University of Aberdeen, November 2010
- 'The 1641 Collaborative Linguistic Research and Learning Environment (CLRLE)', Uppsala University, Sweden. February 2011
- 'A collborative Linguistic Research and Learning Environment for the 1641 depositions' (with Mark Sweetnam, Barbara Fennell, Seamus Lawless)
- 'Natural Language Processing in the Digital Humanities - A Linguistic Case Study' (with Seamus Lawless, Mark Sweetnam, Killian Levacher)