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Housed in the College of the Liberal Arts and affiliated with the Department of Applied Linguistics, the Corpus of English for Academic and Professional Purposes (CEAPP) functions as a digital repository that provides corpus resources and searchable capabilities for advancing the Department's established scholarly focus on the teaching and learning of ESL, as well as New Professoriate Initiatives focusing on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) courses. To explore the database, please visit http://ceap-php.vmhost.psu.edu. The database is currently accessible either on Penn State campus or off campus through VPN.

 

To cite CEAPP, please use the following (in APA format):

 

Corpus of English for Academic and Professional Purposes. (2014). Corpus of videos and

accompanying transcripts from educational contexts. Unpublished raw data.


Research presentations that have utilized CEAPP data:

 

2016

Amory, M. D. (2016, April). Toward a systematic transcription of gesture in conversation

analysis research. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American

Association for Applied Linguistics, Orlando, Florida.

Kimura, D., Hall, J. K., & Malabara, T. (2016, April). Beyond transcription and analysis:

Heuristic methodological recommendations for generating video data in studying

multimodal classroom interaction. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the

American Association for Applied Linguistics, Orlando, Florida.

Kimura, D., Mattson, N., & Amory, M. D. (2016, April). Improving oral placement tests: A

conversation analysis approach. Paper presented at TESOL International Convention

& English Language Expo. Baltimore, Maryland.

Looney, S. (2016, April). Pre-expansion in university physics labs. ITA-IS Academic

Session. Paper presented at Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages

(TESOL) International Convention & English Language Expo. Baltimore, MD.

 

2015

Dobs, A. (2015, March). "A very serious professor": Playing with membership categories in

the L2 classroom. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American

Association for Applied Linguistics, Toronto, Ontario.

Kimura, D., & Kazik, N.  (2015, March). Learning in-progress: Tracing a student's

conceptual development through gesture. Paper presented at the Annual Convention

of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, Toronto, Ontario.

Looney, S. (2015, October). Locating and resolving troubles: Sequential templates for

university physics labs. Paper presented at the 5th Annual Language and Social

Interaction Working Group (LANSI). Teachers College, Columbia University, New York

City.

Looney, S. (2015, March). Okay so: Discourse markers across teaching contexts. Paper

presented at TESOL International Convention & English Language Expo. Toronto,

Ontario.

Looney, S., Jia, D., and Kimura, D. (2015, March). Discourse Markers as interactional

resources in university mathematics recitations. Paper presented at the Annual

Convention of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, Toronto, Ontario.

Smotrova, T., & Jia, D. (2015, March). Classroom interactional competence: Gestural

holds as an interactional resource. Paper presented at the Annual Convention

of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, Toronto, Ontario.

 

2014

Dobs, A., & Matsumoto, Y. (2014, March). How do you walk at the door?: A single case

analysis of an ESL teacher's response to student-initiated questions. Paper presented

at the Annual Convention of the American Association for Applied Linguistics,

Portland, Oregon.

Looney, S. (2014, October). Okay So: Discourse markers across teaching contexts. Paper

presented at the 4th Annual Language and Social Interaction Working Group (LANSI).

Teachers College, Columbia University, New York City.

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