ACL NLP Course Survey 2004
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Welcome to the 2004 NLP Course Survey, sponsored by the Association for Computational Linguistics.
If you currently teach a university or college course that covers material in natural language processing, computational linguistics or language technology, we'd be very pleased if you would provide data for this survey. If your course is about something else (for example, information retrieval, artificial intelligence, or formal methods in linguistics) but you spend more than one lecture talking about NLP, then we'd like to have your course included. The results of the survey are available via this web site, providing what we hope will be a useful resource for both faculty and students.
Programming development work for this project was carried out by Mary D. Taffet and co-ordinated by Robert Dale. If you have any questions about the ACL NLP Survey, feel free to mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last updated 6th May 2008