Wednesday, April 13th, 4:30 – 6:00

Frist 330

Computer-assisted text analysis tools are being used in undergraduate courses to spur discussion, formulate new avenues of inquiry, develop new interpretations of text, and analyze linguistic and cultural trends.
Easy-to-use, online tools such as Google Ngrams, Voyant, and Juxta, have lowered the barriers to using these applications for teaching, removing the need for specialized software and minimizing time spent in training.
This workshop will introduce participants to these tools, the ways they have been used in coursework, and provide an overview of other, more advanced, text analysis tools and methods.

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