Robert Lew - Selected Publications#


1. Fisiak, J., Adamska-Sałaciak, A., Idzikowski, M., Jagła, E., Jankowski, M. & Lew, R. 2004/2011 (1st/2nd ed.). Longman słownik współczesny angielsko-polski, polsko-angielski. Harlow: Pearson Education. [a unique type of dictionary designed for production (writing) by Polish learners of English, the first of this type worldwide; publication 8. explains why]

2. Lew, R. (ed.), 2003/2011 (1st/2nd ed.). Cambridge Learner's Dictionary. Słownik angielsko-polski z indeksem polsko-angielskim. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Now also freely available online at https://dictionary.cambridge.org/ as 'English-Polish']

3. Lew, R. 2012. ‘How can we make electronic dictionaries more effective?’. In: Granger, S. & Paquot, M. (eds.), Electronic lexicography, 343–361. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

4. Lew, R. 2013. ‘Identifying, ordering and defining senses’. In: Jackson, H. (ed.), The Bloomsbury companion to lexicography, 284–302. London: Bloomsbury Publishing.

5. Kilgarriff, A., Charalabopoulou, F., Gavrilidou, M., Johannessen, J. B., Khalil, S., Johansson Kokkinakis, S., Lew, R., Sharoff, S., Vadlapudi, R. & Volodina, E. 2014. ‘Corpus-based vocabulary lists for language learners for nine languages’. Language Resources and Evaluation 48 (1): 121–163.

6. Lew, R. & De Schryver, G.-M. 2014. ‘Dictionary users in the digital revolution’. International Journal of Lexicography 27 (4): 341–359.

7. Lew, R. 2015. ‘Dictionaries and their users’. In: Hanks, P. & De Schryver, G.-M. (eds.), International Handbook of Modern Lexis and Lexicography, 1-9: Springer.

8. Lew, R. & Adamska-Sałaciak, A. 2015. ‘A case for bilingual learners' dictionaries’. ELT Journal 69 (1): 47–57.

9. Lew, R. & Szarowska, A. 2017. ‘Evaluating online bilingual dictionaries: The case of popular free English-Polish dictionaries’. ReCALL 29 (2): 138-159.

10. Lew, R., Kaźmierczak, R., Tomczak, E. & Leszkowicz, M. 2018. ‘Competition of definition and pictorial illustration for dictionary users’ attention: An eye-tracking study’. International Journal of Lexicography 31 (1): 53–77.

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