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LINGUIST List 22.2122

Wed May 18 2011

All: Call for Panel of Experts for EMELD

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Message 1: Call for Panel of Experts for EMELD
Date: 18-May-2011
From: LINGUIST List <linguistlinguistlist.org>
Subject: Call for Panel of Experts for EMELD
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The LINGUIST List is looking for linguists with experience in corpus creation and management to join our Panel of Experts.These individuals would answer questions about language documentation that readers submit to the 'Ask-An-Expert' area.

'Ask-An-Expert' is a part of the EMELD (Electronic Metastructure for Endangered Languages Data) School of Best Practices. The focus of EMELD (http://emeld.org/index.cfm) is to aid in the preservation of endangered language data and documentation, as well as to promote the development of infrastructure necessary for effective collaboration among electronic archives. Here, 'Ask-An-Expert' panelists reply to technical questions regarding the digitization of language documentation and recommendation of resources. To learn more about 'Ask-An Expert', you can visit the following link:


From here, click 'Browse' to view the most recent submissions and see the range topics addressed in this area.

If you are interested in joining the Panel of Experts, please contact Anthony Aristar at aristarlinguistlist.org.

Thank you for helping us provide this service to our subscribers!

Best regards,


Linguistic Field(s): Language Documentation

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