The OLAC community has several componnets which make it successful. This talk looks at several critical areas which make that succes more valuable.
A look at indexing serials in OLAC.
The mash-up of LRMI and OLAC metadata for the benefit of language revitilization.
How should peer-review be different for different kinds of resources? What constitutes a complex language resource?
When and where does community review and peer-review create mutal benefit?
What is the overlap between services and language resources? How ought these be described in the OLAC application profile?
A review of the arrangement of audio artifacts in three different collections, each at a different language archive.
We analysed several texts of Western Subanon and presented their results.
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.
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.