Kernerman Dictionary News • Number 11 • July 2003


Computer-Mediated Lexicography
Seminar held at Universitat Jaume I, Castelló, Spain, 19-21 May 2003

1.Computer-mediated  dictionaries: growth and change of a new genre
- Computer-Mediated dictionaries: An insight into online dictionary features. 
MªCarmen Campoy, Universitat Jaume I
- Digital genres: transforming and adding value to the dictionary genre.
Mª José Luzón, Universidad de Zaragoza

2.Information Technology,  information skills, and the use of dictionaries in the FL context
Making ends meet: dictionaries, learning and the information age.
Ilan J. Kernerman, K Dictionaries Ltd, Tel Aviv

3.Electronic Dictionaries
Research on the use of electronic dictionaries for language learning: methodological considerations.
Yukio Tono, Meikai University, Tokyo

4.LSP Dictionaries
Pragmatics and Cognitive Linguistics: Practical applications in LSP Lexicography.
Santiago Posteguillo, Universitat Jaume I and Jordi Piqué, Universidad de Valencia

5.Dictionaries and Language Learning
- Computer-Mediated Dictionaries as teaching and Learning Tools.
Jarek Krajka, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Lublin
- ADELEX: Using Computer-Mediated Dictionaries Online to Enhance Vocabulary Acquisition.
María del Mar Sánchez Ramos and Carmen Pérez Basanta, Universidad de Granada

6.Languages Spoken: Sound, Phonetics and FLT dictionaries
Phonetic Keywords in EFL dictionaries revisited.
Wlodzimierz Sowkowiak, Adam Mickiewicz University, Póznan

7. Language and languages
The acquisition of English in a multilingual and multicultural world: the use of multi- and bilingual dictionaries by bilingual learners of English.
Pilar Safont and María José Esteve, Universitat Jaume I

 

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