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    * **linguistics references**:​ an annotated bibliography of texts in linguistics    * **linguistics references**:​ an annotated bibliography of texts in linguistics
  
-The website is created in collaboration with students and for students. It is focused on methods and techniques as well as materials used in teaching linguistics,​ corpus and computational linguistics and other areas of digital philology. Its aim is to allow students to explore methods and tools as taught in courses, but also aims to encourage students to try out state-of-the-art tools and techniques on their own and to contribute their own view of what they need to know about the tools in order to use them for independent study.+The website is created in collaboration with students and for students. It is focused on methods and techniques as well as materials used in learning and teaching ​methods in linguistics,​ corpus and computational linguistics and other areas of digital philology. Its aim is to allow students to explore methods and tools as taught in courses, but also aims to encourage students to try out state-of-the-art tools and techniques on their own and to contribute their own view of what they need to know about the tools in order to use them for independent study.