'‘A new garment throughout’: The future of dictionaries in the digital age' by Sarah Ogilvie
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Sarah Ogilvie is Director of the Australian National Dictionary Centre and Reader in Linguistics at the Australian National University. She is Chief Editor of Oxford Dictionaries, Australia. She has worked as a lexicographer for twenty years, initially in Australia as Senior Editor on Macquarie and Oxford Dictionaries, and more recently in Britain on the twenty-volume Oxford English Dictionary (OED) and Shorter Oxford Dictionary. She has written dictionaries of all genres, including historical dictionaries, bilingual dictionaries, and children’s dictionaries. She writes and lectures on metalexicography and lexicology, especially relating to the history of the OED. Her book on the global history of the OED, Words of the World, will be published by Cambridge University Press in 2012.
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