Video Demo of MICASE
Ute Römer and Stefanie Wulff will show you around our MICASE online search. They explain what MICASE is, how the online version of MICASE can be searched and browsed, and how MICASE search results can be analysed and saved. They also provide examples of how MICASE Online output can be used in the creation of teaching and testing materials.
A shorter version of the video (without the introduction by Nick Ellis and the question and answer session at the end) is also available on YouTube (in five parts). Here are the links to the five YouTube video clips:
Learn how to use MICASE online from the experts
Download the slides seen in the MICASE video demonstration.
Helpful hints for using MICASE Online.
This is developed for teachers of English, but it is a nice short introduction to searching MICASE for anyone who wants to learn the basics.
Learn how to use MICASE Online to supplement dictionary definitions when learning new words and phrases.
A tutorial designed to help newcomers to corpus linguistics and to the MICASE corpus get started on their own research.
This section walks you through the process of using MICASE to search for a concept, instead of just a word.