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Corpus CoMeRe cmr-simu-tei-v1 : Interactions Simuligne (Simulation en ligne en apprentissage des langues) provenant de Mulce.org et mis en TEI
Reffay, C. Chanier, T. Lamy, M.-N. & Betbeder, M.-L. (2014). Corpus Interactions Simuligne (Simulation en ligne en apprentissage des langues). In Chanier T. (ed.) Banque de corpus CoMeRe. Ortolang.fr : Nancy. [https://hdl.handle.net/11403/comere/cmr-simuligne/cmr-simuligne-tei-v1]
he first version of this corpus, under the LETEC standard - corpus for learning -, (Reffay, C. Chanier, T. Lamy, M.-N. & Betbeder, M.-L. (2009)) may be downloaded from Mulce website http://repository.mulce.org with the code [oai:mulce.org:mce.simu.all.all]. From the original corpus have been extracted all the interactions between the participants to Simuligne: textchat, email, forum. The online class Simuligne (2001) addresses French language learners from The Open University in Great-Britain. The learning scenario is based on a global simulation (Yaiche, 1996) for learning French as a foreign language (FLE-FFL) and also includes an intercultural unit "Interculture", inspired by the project Cultura (Furstenberg, 1999).
The initial corpus was then converted to TEI standard in the project CoMeRe (Communication Médiée par les Réseaux). This project aims to build a kernel corpus assembling existing corpora of different CMC (Computer-Mediated Communication) genres and new corpora build on data extracted from the Internet. These heterogenous corpora will be structured and processed in a uniform way, complemented with metadata. CoMeRe will be released as OpenData through the national infrastructure Ortolang, following constraints which will be reused for the forthcoming “Corpus de Référence du Français”. Project supported by the national consortium Corpus-écrits.
Keywords: Short Message Service; Computer Mediated Communication; CMC; textchat; LMS; discussion forum; email; textchat; online language learning; LETEC;
https://hdl.handle.net/11403/comere/cmr-simuligne/>cmr-simu-tei-v1.xml; https://hdl.handle.net/11403/comere/cmr-simuligne/mce-Simu-Instantiation.zip; https://hdl.handle.net/11403/comere/cmr-simuligne/mce-Simu-Learning_design.zip; https://hdl.handle.net/11403/comere/cmr-simuligne/mce-Simu-Research_Protocol.zip;
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In the original experiment Simuligne (2001), from which the first version of the corpus was created in 2009, every participant volonteered. Although none signed any Right and Informed Content form when the experiment happened (2001), all personal data have been removed.