Corpus of Electronic Texts

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The Corpus of Electronic Texts, or CELT, is an online database of contemporary and historical documents relating to Irish history and culture.[1] As of 8 December 2016, CELT contained 1,601 documents, with a total of over 18 million words.[2] In 1992, CELT originated from the ashes of an unsuccessful partnership between University College Cork (UCC/NUI) and the Royal Irish Academy (RIA) through a project named CURIA.[3] According to CELT, the database "caters for academic scholars, teachers, students, and the general public, all over the world".[4]

References

  1. ^ Trinkle, Dennis A.; Merriman, Scott A., eds. (2006), The history highway: a 21st century guide to internet resources (4th ed.), M. E. Sharpe, pp. 82, 227, ISBN 0-7656-1630-0 . See also: About Us, CELT: Corpus of Electronic Texts, retrieved 15 October 2012 .
  2. ^ Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), CELT: Corpus of Electronic Texts, retrieved 9 March 2017 .
  3. ^ Hutton, Clare; Walsh, Patrick, eds. (2011), The Irish Book in English, 1891-2000, The Oxford History of the Irish Book, 5, Oxford University Press, pp. 473–474, ISBN 978-0-19-924911-4 .
  4. ^ About Us, CELT: Corpus of Electronic Texts, retrieved 15 October 2012 .

External links

  • CELT: Corpus of Electronic Texts


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