1. The Louvain English for Academic Purposes Dictionary (with S. Granger)
    The Louvain EAP dictionary (LEAD) is a web-based English for Academic Purposes (EAP) dictionary for non-native writers.
  2. Academic Keyword List (Paquot, 2007, 2010)
    The AKL contains 930 potential academic words, i.e. words that are reasonably frequent in a wide range of academic texts but relatively uncommon in other kinds of texts and which, as such, might be used to refer to those activities that characterize academic work, organize scientific discourse and build the rhetoric of academic texts, and so be granted the status of academic vocabulary.It has recently been used to inform the Oxford Learner’s Dictionary of Academic English and the new Skillful five-level course published by Macmillan Education.
  3. Learner Corpus Bibliography
    I maintain the Learner Corpus Bibliography, i.e. a collection of bibliographical references related to learner corpus research, for the Learner Corpus Association (LCA). The Learner Corpus Bibliography is available as a list of references on the CECL website or, for LCA members, in the form of a Zotero collection fully searchable by fields like author, title or publication year, as well as by keywords and languages (L1/L2).
  4. Collaborator:   UCL-K.U.Leuven University Terminology Database