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Mon Apr 01 2013
Summer Schools: Technological Approaches to the Documentation of Lesser-Used Languages/ Gniezno, Poland
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From: Nicole Nau <naunicolamu.edu.pl>
Subject: Technological Approaches to the Documentation of Lesser-Used Languages/ Gniezno, Poland
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Technological Approaches to the Documentation of Lesser-Used Languages/ Gniezno, Poland
Host Institution: Adam Mickiewicz Univerisity, Poznan, Poland
Dates: 01-Sep-2013 - 14-Sep-2013
Location: Gniezno, Poland
Focus: The INNET summer school focuses on standards, methodologies
and tools for the digital documentation and archiving of languages.
Minimum Education Level: BA
The summer school is part of the project Innovative Networking in
Infrastructure for Endangered Languages (INNET), financed within the 7th
Framework Programme of the EC. The local organizer is Adam Mickiewicz
University in Poznań, Poland. This summer school is intended primarily for
postgraduate research students pursuing Master or PhD degrees within the
language sciences at a European institution.
Through a series of intensive 1-3 day courses with practical work students
will have the opportunity to enlarge their knowledge and skills regarding
standards, methodologies and tools for the digital documentation and archiving
of languages. Shorter lectures on adjacent topics complement the programme.
For course topics, lecturers and further details please visit our
Linguistic Field(s): Language Documentation
Registration: 01-Apr-2013 to 30-Apr-2013
Contact Person: Radosław Wójtowicz
Apply on the web: http://innet-project.eu/news/summer-school-september-2013
Participants will have to apply by filling out the application form providing
information on their background and interest in the area of language
documentation and technological issues. Admission will be based on the track
record and a motivational statement that are part of the application form. The
maximum number of participants is 30.
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