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The University of Pittsburgh English Language Institute Corpus (PELIC) is a 4.2-million-word learner corpus of written texts. These texts were collected in an English for Academic Purposes (EAP) context over seven years in the University of Pittsburgh’s Intensive English Program, and were produced by over 1100 students with a wide range of linguistic backgrounds and proficiency levels. PELIC is longitudinal, offering greater opportunities for tracking development in a natural classroom setting.
IRIS is a free and public collection of instruments, materials, stimuli, data, and data coding and analysis tools used for research into languages, including first, second-, and beyond, and signed language learning, multilingualism, language education, language use, and language processing. Materials are freely accessible and searchable, easy to upload (for contributions) and download (for use). For materials or data to be held on IRIS, it must have been used for an accepted peer-reviewed journal article, book chapter, conference proceeding or an approved PhD thesis. Materials and data are given a DOI and reference at the point of submission. By default, uploaders assigned a https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/legalcode.en