English Common Law MOOC in FLAX



English Common Law MOOC in FLAX 1

Enter this collection based on the English Common Law MOOC lectures at the University of London with Coursera to go deeper into the lecture material with content mining technologies. In this video we focus on the wikify function which links the lectures to Wikipedia for highlighting key terms and concepts from the English common law through interactive learning designs. We also look at Word Lists for identifying general academic and topic-specific words relevant to legal English.

English Common Law MOOC in FLAX 2

Enter this collection based on the English Common Law MOOC lectures at the University of London with Coursera to go deeper into the collection with content mining technologies. In this video we focus on the powerful search and save functions, collocations and lexical bundles. We also look at how this collection is linked to the powerful Learning Collocations database with English language resources based on three different corpora: The British National Corpus (BNC) of 100 million words, the British Academic Written English (BAWE) learner corpus of 2500 pieces of writing from British university students, and the Wikipedia corpus based on 200 million articles.

English Common Law MOOC in FLAX 3

Enter this collection to play with automated content mining activities based on the English Common Law MOOC collection in FLAX and the British National Corpus (BNC) of 100 million words of British English. FLAX provides a powerful automated open-source software interface for searching, saving and playing with the collections for advancing your legal English proficiency. You can use the activities already created in FLAX or create your own activities with the FLAX software to learn about key terms and concepts from legal English.

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