Conference

Audio Artifacts in Language Archives: From Cataloguing to Referencing and Citation

A review of the arrangement of audio artifacts in three different collections, each at a different language archive.

XLingPaper’s use of TeX Technologies

A Presentation of the TeX technoliges supporting PDF export in XLingPaper

Reported Speech in Western Subanon

I demonstrate how a researcher can use their personal website to advertise their publications and presentations in OLAC. I use open source technologies to take markdown files and convert them into a compliant XML feed. The result is greater exposure of one’s academic experience to those looking for language resources.

From CV to OLAC

I demonstrate how a researcher can use their personal website to advertise their publications and presentations in OLAC. I use open source technologies to take markdown files and convert them into a compliant XML feed. The result is greater exposure of one’s academic experience to those looking for language resources.

From Archive to Citation

I present an overview of the kinds of challenges that authors have when they try to import metadata from archives into Zotero, where they will later use the data to craft references and citations.

Copyright and the distributed lexicon

I present on the risks associated with large community projects with regard to the implications of Copyright. I also present some risk mitigating strategies.

Phonetic transcription of tone in the IPA

Is the IPA really a phonetic transcription system when it comes to tone? Or must it force a user to make a phonological evaluation?

Keyboard layout as part of language documentation: The case of the Me'phaa and Chinantec keyboards

Successful writing systems today depend on electronic input methods which can be easily used for producing printed or electronic material. This paper explores keyboard design issues involved in designing two keyboards for two different established …

An Unlikely Retention

The (inter)dental approximant, which we symbolize as [ð̞], of the Philippine language Kagayanen has been claimed to be both phonemic and a retention from a proto language (Olson, et al. 2010)‡. It is the goal of this paper to demonstrate how the …