Discussion and training

We run a monthly lunchtime research discussion series over the academic year to explore interdisciplinary approaches to language research and look at innovative ways of collaboration. Meetings are held on Wednesdays from 12 to 1pm, and are led by language researchers from across the University. Suggestions for future presenters are welcome!

In addition, we promote the provision of training sessions for language researchers. For example, we have organised workshops in computing, linguistic fieldwork, the application of particular quantitative methods, and eye-tracking.

All Language at Leeds events are advertised below and through our mailing list (see Contact above for how to subscribe).

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In this workshop, you will learn now to use the intuitive Builder interface PsychoPy. This interface aims to be easy...

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This workshop will introduce you to Python, a high-level programming language for general-purpose programming that focuses on code readability and...

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Linear regression models are statistical tools used to uncover the relation between a response variable and set of predictor variables. Standard least-squares linear regression...

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Version control can be thought of as the research notebook of the digital world: it’s what professional software developers and...

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