|Statement||Donna Lee Berg.|
|Contributions||University of Waterloo. Centre for the New Oxford English Dictionary.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 38 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||38|
Research and journal databases. Databases are organized and searchable collections of information such as articles, newspapers, and datasets. University of Waterloo. University of Waterloo. University Avenue West. Waterloo, ON, Canada N2L 3G1 +1 Contact Waterloo. The University of Waterloo, in collaboration with the Oxford University Press, has revolutionized the means by which people can access information. Towards the New OED The Oxford English Dictionary (OED), by far the largest dictionary of the English language, began as a series of fascicles published between and In , the Oxford University Press consolidated this information in. Berg, Donna Research Potential of the Electronic OED2 Database at the University of Waterloo: A Guide for sity of Waterloo: Centre for the New Oxford English Dictionary, Cited by: 1. Research flowing from the department consistently leads to the creation of new patents and prototypes for future market use. Our faculty members are internationally recognized for their expertise and are holders of many prestigious awards and research chairs. Our government funding grows each year, and we sustain strong collaborative research activities with industry to.
Ideas start at the University of Waterloo, and the Office of Research helps convert ideas into opportunity. The Office of Research is the university's central point connecting scientists on campus or those associated with Waterloo to opportunities for funding and a variety of services, including commercialization. Office of Research staff support researchers through the many. The Library is pleased to announce that Waterloo faculty, students, and staff will have the option to receive books by mail beginning November 9. Book pickup service expanded to more library locations We are pleased to announce that the three campus book pickup services have now joined together within Omni, the Library's catalogue. This Pharmacy Research Guide brings together information resources relevant to Pharmacy and Pharmacology. collate and analyze actual and potential medication errors reported by practitioners. From this, recommendations and strategies for reducing medication errors can be disseminated to others. University of Waterloo. University of. "The research potential of the electronic OED2 database at the University of Waterloo: a guide for scholars", UW Centre for the New OED and Text Research Tech. Rept. OED (May). BERG, D.L. (). A User's Guide to the OED. Oxford: Oxford University Press. COOMBS, J.H., A.H. RENEAR & S.J. DEROSE ().
University of Waterloo reserves the right to terminate Researcher's access to the Database at any time. If Researcher is employed by a for-profit, commercial entity, Researcher's employer shall also be bound by these terms and conditions, and Researcher hereby represents that he or she is fully authorized to enter into this agreement on behalf. Finally, The Research Potential of the Electronic OED2 Database: a Guide for Scholars, by Donna Lee Berg (University of Waterloo, ) was written to help researchers in the humanities start to use the OED effectively through PAT. Unfortunately PAT is no longer operable, and so local search to the OED is not available at this time. Other useful links. BERG, D.L. The research potential of the electronic OED2 database at the University of Waterloo: a guide for scholars. Tech. Rep. OED, UW Centre for the New OED and Text Research, Waterloo, Ontario, May, Google Scholar; 3. BERG, D.L. A User's Guide to the OED, Oxford University Press, Oxford, England, Google Scholar; 4. My projects use the electronic OED2, digitized at the University of Waterloo, alongside electronic corpora of poetry, derived from Project Gutenberg, Chadwyck-Healey, and other datasets, to generate quantitative and qualitative assessments in two broad fields of inquiry: 1) What has been the influence of poetry on the English language’s most comprehensive lexicographical work? and 2) What .