Recently, we’ve given further presentations on different aspects of eMargin, as we continue to develop the tool for new audiences.
On November 23, we were invited to present eMargin at a workshop on Corpora at the University of Nottingham. This workshop was part of the AHRC-funded Hidden Collections series, designed to introduce doctoral researchers to methods and approaches in the broad field of archives, collections and datasets.
A few weeks later, on December 6, we presented eMargin at Lancaster University in the UCREL Corpus Research Seminar series. Researchers at Lancaster have been using eMargin in their ESRC-funded Metaphor in End of Life Care (MELC) project. The XML-export option in our tool has proved particularly useful in this project and we’re excited to be working with Lancaster in developing eMargin for their particular task.
You can find previous eMargin presentations on Slideshare.