This course will provide an overview of methodology used in Corpus Linguistics. A corpus is a collection of electronically-stored texts, and Corpus Linguistics combines quantitative and qualitative methods to analyse such collections of texts. The course should thus be of interest to any doctoral or PhD students using written or spoken language data in their research, such as texts collected from the internet or transcriptions of interviews. The sessions will involve seminar participants in practical activities and introduce them to tools for exploring and interrogating corpus data. Techniques, tools, and software packages commonly used in corpus analysis will be practically employed throughout the course. Students who successfully complete this course will develop strategies and practices for the inspection, analysis and interpretation of language data, as well as for data selection, collection and storage.