AAS 2021

Zoom link: https://durhamuniversity.zoom.us/j/91336059453?pwd=azdKZ0srR0c5Z0VsNEp6bzJOV3ZuQT09


  • Recommended web browsers: Firefox or Chrome; Safari and Edge should also work for most tasks, but have not been fully tested.
  • Create a ctext account and log in
  • Check your e-mail (and spam folder) for an e-mail sent from the system, and click the link in the e-mail to validate your account.
  • Go to “Settings” at the bottom left, enter the API key specified in the live session in the box under “API key”, and click “Save”
  • Install the Text Tools plugin by opening this link, and then clicking “Install”
  • Install the Annotation plugin by opening this link, and then clicking “Install”

Some parts of the material that will be covered in the session are available in step-by-step tutorials, which also include other details and examples and might be useful if you want to come back to the material later:

These parts of the ctext.org instructions should also be useful:

Lastly, some of these papers may be of interest:

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