A review of the arrangement of audio artifacts in three different collections, each at a different language archive.
We edited a special collection at the Journal of Open Humanities Data which addressed the issue of Language Documentation Collections: Assessment and Recognition.
SIL-UND M.A. Thesis Defense where I discuss some sailent related to the ability to easily re-use archival metadata records to produce references in scholarly publications.
There has been some discussion of what constitutes a collection among language documentation practitioners. Johnson (Citation: Johnson, 2004, p. 142) Johnson, H. (2004). Language documentation and archiving, or how to build a better corpus.
A collection of resource compiled and consulted while look for how to best catalogue audio materials.
SIL Americas Area project to digitize analogue audio mediums.
This is an explanation of some diagrams I made at the LSA’s 2012 Satellite Workshop for Sociolinguistic Archival Preparation. They represent metadata cross cutting a corpus.