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OLAC Tutorial, LSA 2005

January 6, 2005; Oakland, California

Archiving and linguistic resources
or
How to keep your data from becoming endangered

Peter K. Austin, Robert Munro, and David Nathan
Hans Rausing Endangered Languages Program
Archives, linguists, and language speakers
(PDF)

Gary Simons
Summer Institute of Linguistics
The Open Language Archives Community: Building a worldwide library of digital language resources
(PDF)

Helen Dry
Eastern Michigan University
School of Best Practices in Digital Language Documentation
(PDF)

Gary Holton
University of Alaska - Fairbanks
Ethical practices in language documentation and archiving
(PDF)

Mark Kaiser
Berkeley Language Archives, University of California, Berkeley
Digitizing the audio archive of linguistic fieldwork at the Berkeley Language Center
(PDF)

Heidi Johnson
Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America
Language documentation and archiving
(PDF)

Jeff Good
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig
Archiving and linguistics databases
(PDF)

Nick Thieberger
University of Melbourne
Archiving and the flow of field work
(PDF)





 
 
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