Michael Rundell
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Description

MICHAEL RUNDELL is one of the directors of Lexicography MasterClass Ltd. He has been a professional lexicographer since 1980, working on a wide range of dictionaries. His special area is monolingual English dictionaries designed for learners. He has managed complex dictionary projects for a number of leading British publishers including Longman and Macmillan, and has been involved in the design and development of several major language corpora. His last project was Dante, a new lexical database for English (completed in September 2010), where he was (together with Sue Atkins) in charge of the database design, quality control and project management.


Lectures:

lecture
flag Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Dictionaries (But Were Afraid to Ask): A Massive Open Online Course
as author at  18th EURALEX International Congress "Lexicography in global contexts", Ljubljana 2018,
together with: Barbara McGillivray,
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flag Will there still be dictionaries in 2020?
as author at  Electronic lexicography in the 21st century: new applications for new users (eLex2011),
together with: Simon Krek (moderator), Adam Kilgarriff, Carole Tiberius, Erin McKean, Magali Paquot, Piek Vossen,
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panel
flag Will there still be dictionaries in 2020?
as author at  Electronic lexicography in the 21st century: new applications for new users (eLex2011),
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  keynote
flag The DANTE database: what it is, how it was created, and what it can contribute to the dictionaries and lexicons of the future
as author at  Electronic lexicography in the 21st century: new applications for new users (eLex2011),
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