International Workshop on Digital Language Archives
This interactive workshop seeks to address a growing need. It explores a broad scope of issues related to digital language archives -- digital libraries that preserve and provide online access to language data. The objective of this workshop is to bring together researchers, practitioners, educators, and students from around the world who are currently working or are interested in working in different areas related to collecting, archiving, curating, organizing, and providing access to born-digital or digitized language data, and evaluation of digital language archives.
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The first event in the series of international workshops on digital language archives. Held as part of Joint Conference on Digital Libraries 2021
Linguistic analysis, ethical practice, and quality assurance in anonymizing recordings of spoken language for deposit in digital archives (University of North Texas, 2021-10-07)Article considering linguistic analyses as matters of ethical practice and quality assurance in the anonymization of recordings of spoken language for deposit in a digital language archive. It was presented at the 1st ...
(University of North Texas, 2021-10-07)Article on the development of a workflow process that can accommodate the range of different language depositors in the Computational Resource for South Asian Languages (CoRSAL). It was presented at the 1st International ...
Challenges to representing personal names and language names in language archives: Examples from Northeast India (University of North Texas, 2021-10-07)Article reviewing one particular challenge to data management relevant to South Asia, which is the complexity of names (of individuals, groups, and languages). It was presented at the 1st International Workshop on Digital ...
How software features and linguistic analyses add value to orthographic markup in transcription of multilingual recordings for digital archives (University of North Texas, 2021-10-07)Article discussing the importance of accounting for language contact and discourse circumstance in orthographic transcriptions of multilingual recordings of spoken language for deposit in digital language archives (DLAs). ...
Best practices for information architecture, organization, and retrieval in digital language archives within university institutional repositories (University of North Texas, 2021-10-07)Article highlighting a case study about building a working digital language archive in a hosted university institutional repository. It was presented at the 1st International Workshop on Digital Language Archives held on ...