Writing/interviews about teaching
NLP Pedagogy Interview, interviewed by David Jurgens and Lucy Li, published July 8, 2019.
Blog post, May 9, 2019: On building flexible, inclusive graduate programs and why it matters.
Bender, Emily M., Fei Xia, and Erik Bansleben. 2008. Building a Flexible, Collaborative, Intensive Master's Program in Computational Linguistics. In Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Issues in Teaching Computational Linguistics at ACL09:HLT, Columbus, OH. [.bib]
2019-2020 Teaching Schedule
- AU 2019: Ling 566 Introduction to Syntax for Computational Linguistics and Ling 575 Ethics in NLP
- WI 2020: Ling 567 Knowledge Engineering for NLP (aka Multilingual Grammar Engineering)
- SP 2020: Ling 472 Introduction to Computational Linguistics
- All year: Lab director, computational linguistics laboratory aka The Treehouse
Course pages for other courses I've taught
- Ling 566 (Introduction to Syntax for Computational Linguistics): WI 2019 AU 2017 AU 2016, AU 2015, AU 2014, AU 2013, AU 2012, AU 2011, AU 2010, AU 2009, AU 2008, AU 2007, AU 2006 WI 2006
- Ling 567 (Knowledge Engineering for NLP): WI 2020, SP 2019, WI 2018, SP 2017, WI 2016, WI 2015, WI 2014, WI 2013, WI 2012, WI 2010, WI 2009, WI 2008, WI 2007, SP 2006, SP 2005, SP 2004
- Ling 472 (Introduction to Computational Linguistics): SP 2017, SP 2015, SP 2012, SP 2008, AU 2004, AU 2003
- WI 2017: Ling 575: Ethics and NLP
- SP 2016: Ling 575: MRS in Applications
- WI 2015: Ling 575: Computational Methods in Endangered Language Documentation
- WI 2014: Ling 575: MRS in Applications
- SP 2013: Ling 575: Semantic Representations
- SP 2012: Ling 575 (with Alicia Wassink): Computational Methods in Linguistic Analysis
- SP 2010: Ling 575: Information Structure in Computational Syntax
- SP 2009: Ling 575: Computational Linguistic Typology
- SP 2008: Ling 575: Lexical Acquisition for Precision Grammars
- WI 2007: Ling 575: Quantification, Semantic Representations and the Syntax-Semantics Interface
- AU 2004: Ling 580: Computational Morphology
- SP 2004: Ling 580: Statistical Methods in NLP
- Summer 2007: Precision Grammar Implementation for Linguistic Hypothesis Testing, with Dan Flickinger and Stephan Oepen at the LSA Linguistic Institute, Stanford
- Summer 2005: HPSG - Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar, Linguistics 111, 2005 Linguistic Institute, MIT/Harvard
- WI 2004: 461 Syntax I
Other materials you can find here:
- Links to slides and videos from tutorials I have given
- Balancing Teaching and Research (and Life), at UW Linguistics TA Orientation, September 25, 2015
- Workshop on Corpus Linguistics at NWAV 31, October 10, 2002.
- Corpus-Based Syntax (page for a course I taught at UC Berkeley in 2000; includes links to corpus resources as well as labs - with answer keys - for learning corpus methods).
- A handout on critical reading, from a sociolinguistics course I taught.