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Teaching and Research use of the Victoria Climbi{é} Corpus: Launch of the Victoria Climbi{é} Corpus Website and Project

  • Gibbs G
  • Clarke D
  • Hall C
  • et al.
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Learning about ?missed opportunities? in child protection: using the Victoria Climbi{é} Inquiry data corpus online in research-based teaching.This event launched and demonstrated the learning and research resources created from the Climbi{é} data corpus http://victoriaclimbie.hud.ac.uk/learning.html . The online corpus includes all the transcriptions from the 68 days of oral evidence made available to the project by the Department of Education and Skills and testimony from 168 witnesses . The Climbi{é} Corpus project have created a mechanism for extracting relevant subsets of this otherwise huge data set. The focus of this workshop was on how to use these open access learning resources with guidance and context from the two project leaders.

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Gibbs, G. R., Clarke, D., Hall, C. J., Stone, G., & Osborne, A. (2010, April). Teaching and Research use of the Victoria Climbi{é} Corpus: Launch of the Victoria Climbi{é} Corpus Website and Project. Launch of the Victoria Climbi{é} Corpus Website and Project. Retrieved from http://eprints.hud.ac.uk/8884/

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