Accepted papers

plenary talks
1Mark BrenchleyCorpora & Cambridge Assessment English: A Widening Perspective
2Magali PaquotExpanding the scope of complexity research in SLA: a phraseological perspective
3Piotr PęzikExploring Treelets in Learner Corpora
4Luke PlonskyMethodological Reform and Learner Corpus Research
full papers
1Mariko Abe, Yusuke Kondo, Yuichiro Kobayashi, Akira Murakami and Yasuhiro FujiwaraA longitudinal study of L2 spoken English: Development of fluency and pronunciation
2Ksenia BalakinaItalian-Russian Learner Corpus: a Study of Possessive Constructions and a Linguistic Norm Inquiry
3Bartosz BrzozaLearner corpus-based lists and their validity: language use changes, lists remain
4Marcus Callies and María Belén Díez-BedmarCode-switching in multicompetent speakers: A corpus study of German and Spanish EFL learners’ writing at beginning and intermediate levels
5Sandra C. DeshorsAre cross-linguistic influences underrated in ELF research? The case of particle placement in multi-participant interactions
6Hildegunn DirdalDevelopment of L2 writing complexity: Clause types, L1 influence and individual differences
7Nida DusturiaIndonesian EFL Learners’ Argumentative Writing: A Learner Corpus Study of Connector Usage
8Luciana FortiModeling second language collocation learning through the lens of L1 congruency, frequency and Data-driven learning: a combined view of item- and pedagogy-related variables
9Robert Fuchs and Valentin WernerTense and aspect in learner English: Frequency vs. accuracy
10Thomas Gaillat and Nicolas BallierInvestigating the scope of textual metrics for learner level discrimination and learner analytics
11Sandra Götz, Christoph Wolk and Katja JäschkeFluency in Advanced Spoken Learner Language: A Contrastive Interlanguage Analysis across L1s, Task Types and Learning Context Variables
12Stefan Th. Gries and Sandra C. DeshorsPermitting a middle ground: an improvement of the MuPDAR method for learner corpus studies
13Ingrid Hasund and Hilde HasselgårdWriter/reader visibility in young learner writing: A study of the TRAWL corpus of secondary school texts
14Hattan HejaziInvestigating the Development of Use of Lexical Bundles and Keyness in B2 and C1 EFL Learners’ Academic Writing
15Ann-Kristin Helland GujordA Corpus Based Study of the L2 Acquisition of (Norwegian) Perfect Notions: the Effects of Semantic, Frequency, and Intralingual Contrast
16Isa HendrikxIntensifying compounds in the Diasystem of Belgian French-speaking learners of Dutch and English
17Tim HoffmannIn search of a gold standard for error annotation: lexical errors
18Pauline JadoulleDistinguishing between learner vs. novice writing features: a crosslinguistic approach
19Barry KavanaghUsing ‘what already works’ to ‘bridge the gap’ between corpus research and corpora in schools
20Elma Kerz, Daniel Wiechmann and Marcus Ströbel‘Applying the Right Statistics’: Can Advanced L2 Learners Acquire Register-Specific Distributional Statistics
21Kathrin KirciliNon-Canonical Syntax in Learner Languages: A Contrastive Interlanguage Analysis
22Jasmin Knepper and Robert FuchsFalse friends in upper-intermediate and advanced learner language: Evidence from learner corpora
23Zeynep KöylüThe Effects of Study Abroad on Oral L2 Development: Results from a Learner Corpus Study
24Tove Larsson and Sylviane GrangerThe phraseology of core vocabulary in expert and learner data: The case of thing(s)
25Hege Larsson Aas and Sylvi RørvikRepeats in native and interlanguage speech: Exploring traces of cross-linguistic influence and individual variation
26Agnieszka Lenko-SzymanskaLexical indices as developmental measures of lexical competence and proficiency: a meta-analysis
27Paula Lissón, Nicolas Ballier and Kim GerdesOn relativizer use in learner English: a corpus-based study
28Fernando Martín-Villena and Cristóbal LozanoA corpus-based study on the factors affecting the use of referential expressions in L1 English-L2 Spanish writing in CEDEL2
29Aika MiuraIdentifying Interactional Features Accompanying the Requests in Shopping Role Plays
30Akira Murakami and Nick EllisThe effects of frequency and contingency on the accuracy of L2 English grammatical morphemes
31Taina MylläriSyntactic complexity as a part of learner Finnish proficiency
32Susan NaceyMetaphors in high-stakes language exams
33Ann-Sophie Noreillie, Piet Desmet and Elke PetersExploring L1 and L2 speakers’ vocabulary use in two dialogic speaking tasks in a French learner corpus
34Teresa Quesada and Cristóbal LozanoDo bilingual immersion programmes affect the use of referring expression in discourse? A corpus-based study on L2 English learners
35Silje RagnhildstveitCorpus-based transfer study of grammatical gender in Norwegian as a second language
36Noelia Ramón and Ana Frankenberg-GarciaCollocation issues in a learner corpus of final-year dissertations by Spanish undergraduates
37Katia Rey and Anita ThomasMatching the CEFR with Linguistic Measures. A Pilot Study Based on Vocabulary Measures in a Corpus of German-speaking Learners of French as a Foreign Language
38Iria del Río, Adelina Castelo, Rita Santos and Maria João FreitasAnnotation of phonetic errors in Portuguese L2 texts
39Sylvi Rørvik“I believe we can assume with some certainty”: the functions of singular and plural first-person pronouns in master’s theses
40Rachel Rubin, Alex Housen and Magali PaquotAssessing the cross-linguistic validity of phraseological complexity measures as indices of L2 proficiency
41Jurate RuzaiteVague language in the Lithuanian Learner Corpus
42Steffen SchaubThe longitudinal development of clausal and noun-phrasal complexity in German intermediate learners of English
43Erin Schnur, Fernando Rubio and Jane HackingIntroducing language teachers to learner corpora: The development of online tutorials for pedagogic uses of the MuSSeL corpus
44Natassia SchutzHigh-frequency verbs in academic writing: a comparison of expert and novice writing
45Anna ShadrovaGraph-based modeling of Lexicosyntactic Coselection Constraints in Learner German
46Stefania SpinaThe effect of time and dimensions of collocational relationship on phraseological accuracy: a study on Chinese learners of Italian
47Jennifer Thewissen and Alena AnishchankaAn integrative approach to L2 accuracy and complexity development
48Ekaterina Vlasova and Hokkanen MariaRestructuring of case system in non-standard Russian in Finland:
Evidence from the Russian Learner Corpus
49Tassja WeberL1-specific difficulties in L2 German: A learner corpus-based study on the use of prepositions by learners with typologically different first languages
work-in-progress reports
1Andrea Abel and Katrin WisniewskiLinking CEFR levels to text quality indicators. An empirical investigation on the basis of the KOLIPSI learner corpus.
2Sylvie De CockBoosting learners’ productive fluency in interview contexts – with a little help from spoken learner corpus data
3Ana Díaz-Negrillo, Cristóbal Lozano and Marcus CalliesIntroducing the Corpus of English as a Foreign Language (COREFL): a bimodal, multi-task corpus for SLA research
4Tomáš Gráf and Lan-Fen HuangAccuracy in spoken learner English at B2 and C1 levels (and future inclusion of A2 and B1 levels)
5Rita JuknevicieneAdverbial –ing clauses in L2 learner English
6Mihail Kopotev, Olesya Kisselev, Aleksandr Klimov, Anna Dmitrieva, Maria Fedorova and Anastasia BaranchikovaA corpus-based text-analytic tool for novice writers of Academic Russian
7Eliane Lorenz, Sharareh Rhabari and Peter SiemundLexical diversity and lexical transfer in a longitudinal English learner corpus
8Cristóbal Lozano and Nobuo Ignacio López-SakoMulti-L1 learner corpus design for SLA research purposes: CEDEL2 (Corpus Escrito del Español L2, version 2.0)
9Marketa Mala and Tomáš NovotnýComparing L1 and advanced learner English academic writing: the case of –ly adverbs
10Tim MarchandAccounting for the effects of learner engagement in a corpus of computer-mediated communication
11Alisa MasiejczykNon-native multi-word expressions in a corpus of spoken English: a study of errors in content and function words for FL pedagogy
12Lee McCallumThe Role of Restricted Collocations and Learner and Course Variables in Determining Writing Quality in Assignments from a First Year Composition Programme
13Elisabeth Muntschick, Annette Portmann and Katrin WisniewskiTextual borrowing from tasks and proficiency levels in assessment-related learner corpora:  An exploratory study for DiSKo and MERLIN
14Mick O’DonnellAutomatic identification of unacquired linguistic concepts underlying grammatical errors in English learner writing
15Joacyr OlivieraLearner Translator Corpus (LTC) as didactic material in translation classes
16Iria del RíoQuantitative analysis of errors in the COPLE2 corpus
17Irene SimonsenFive key lexemes in German and Danish academic language
18Nathan Vandeweerd, Alex Housen and Magali PaquotPhraseological Complexity as an Index of L2 French Writing Proficiency
19Olga Vinogradova, Elizaveta Yershova, Aleksandr Sergienko, Darya Overnikova and Anton BuzanovChaos is merely order waiting to be deciphered: Corpus-based study of word order errors of Russian learners of English
1Patrice ClarkeHandsome Drama: An Exploratory Study of Collocations in the Narratives of Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students
2Elżbieta GajekCollecting Learner Language Data through Crowdsourcing
3Ilmari IvaskaBridging comparison-based and detection-based arguments for crosslinguistic influences
4Lucie Jiránková and Luca CilibrasiDynamic changes in the development of L2 inflectional morphology
5Elżbieta Kaczmarska and Gabriela GawrońskaSpecifics of the acquisition of a closely related language in a corpus of Czech produced by Polish learners
6Yilun LiGender agreement in L2 French learners: an analysis based on a written corpus
7Mateus MirandaA Brazilian corpus of spoken learner English calibrated to the CEFR: From corpus design to data collection challenges
8Irina Panteleeva, Olga Lyashevskaya and Olga VinogradovaMore on criteria for measuring text complexity
9Michał B. Paradowski and Elżbieta PawlasCommunication breakdowns in intercultural communication and implications for the foreign language classroom
10Mikołaj SobkowiakSyntactic complexity across text genres. Findings from a learner corpus of written Danish
11Olga Vinogradova, Ksenia Pospelova, Anna Viklova and Veronika SmilgaWhat’s in a comma: Corpus study of punctuation errors made by Russian Learners of English
12Shujun Wan and Anke LüdelingDiscourse structure in German argumentative essays: a comparison of L1 German and Chinese learner German
13Xiaoli YuLexical Features in Argumentative Writing across English Writers from Different Language Backgrounds
software demos
1Sylviane Granger, Maïté Dupont, Fanny Meunier and Magali PaquotICLEv3: An extended web-based version of the International Corpus of Learner English
2Elena Volodina, Arild Matsson, Dan Rosén and Mats WirénSVALA: an Annotation Tool for Learner Corpora generating parallel texts