Workshop 1

Workshop 1: September 18-20, 2015 -- Boulder, Colorado

LOCATION
The workshop will be held at CIRES (Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences), 216 UCB, University of Colorado Campus 
In the Fellows Room, 2nd Floor:

 

Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences



 


PROGRAM

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 18
MORNING
8:00-9:00         Catered continental breakfast

9:00-9:45         Berez-Kroeker, Holton, Kung, and Pulsifer: Opening remarks by principal investigators

10:40-11:00     Coffee break

11:00-11:50     CarlsonData publication opportunities and challenges
11:50-12:20     Berez-Kroeker, Gawne, Kelly, and Heston: Data citation: The state of the art in linguistics
12:20-12:40     Pulsifer: Simple integration of data citation into research practice
12:40-1:00       Holton: Issues in data attribution

1:00-2:00         Lunch

AFTERNOON
2:00-3:00         Working Group Session A: Who is Our Community?
                        (Get acquainted; talk about the big picture of data citation and attribution; determine who our community is.)

3:00-4:00         Mini-presentation Session 1
                        Topic: Current Citation Practices in Journals and Subfields 
                        3:00-3:10 Ameka: Journal of African Languages and Linguistics
                        3:10-3:20 Rice: International Journal of American Linguistics
                        3:20-3:30 Thieberger: Language Documentation & Conservation
                        3:30-3:40 Dubinsky: Language
                        3:40-3:50 Legate: Natural Language & Linguistic Theory

4:00-4:15         Coffee break

4:15-5:15         Working Group Session B: Journals and Our Community

5:15-5:30         Wrap-up

6:15-?              Group dinner for out-of-town guests at Aji Latin American Restaurant: 1601 Pearl Street.

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 19
MORNING
8:00-9:00         Catered continental breakfast

9:00-9:30         Brief reports from Friday's Working Group sessions

9:30-10:30       Mini-presentation Session 2
                        Topic: Evaluation
                        9:30-9:45     Woodbury: Reviewing and evaluating archived collections
                        9:45-10:00   Meier and Thomason: Evaluating datasets in tenure review
                        10:00-10:15 Dailey, Henke, Perez Gonzalez, and Williams: Evaluating dissertations based on primary data collections
                        10:15-10:30 Kung: Altmetrics and archives

10:30-10:45     Coffee break

10:45-11:45     Working Group Session C: Evaluation and Our Community

11:45-12:30     Mini-presentation Session 3
                        Topic: Data Packaging and Archives
                        11:45-12:00 Holton: Granularity
                        12:00-12:15 Trilsbeek, Kung, Welcher, and Turin: The roles of archives in promoting data citation and attribution
                        12:15-12:30 Seyfeddinipur: Issues of access to primary data

12:30-1:30       Lunch (and DELAMAN meeting, Reading Room)

AFTERNOON
1:30-2:30         Working Group Session D: Data Packaging and Our Community

2:30-3:00         Mini-presentation Session 4
                        Topic: Digital Humanities
                        2:30-2:45 Simons: Co-authorship as a means of crediting data creators
                        2:45-3:00 Clement: Data citation & attribution in the Digital Humanities

3:00-3:30         Mini-presentation Session 5
                        Topic: Educating the Linguistics Community 
                        3:00-3:15 Pulsifer: Education and training the discipline
                        3:15-3:30 Nathan: The role of LSA/CoSCIL in standardizing citation and attribution practices in linguistics 

3:30-3:45         Coffee break

3:45-4:45         Working Group Session E: Digital Humanities/Education and Our Community

4:45-5:30         Final Working Group Presentation

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 20
MORNING
8:00-9:00         Catered continental breakfast

9:00-9:15          Special technology presentation by Nick Thieberger
               
9:15-10:00        Principal investigators recap, give out "homework assignments" for Workshop 2 in April 2016

10:00-10:45      Working group meeting to make a work plan with dates/deadlines

10:45-11:15      Working Groups present work plans

11:15-11:30      Wrap-up and Goodbye


PARTICIPANTS
  • Felix Ameka, Leiden University
  • Andrea Berez-Kroeker, University of Hawai'i at Mānoa
  • David Carlson, World Climate Research Programme
  • Tanya E. Clement, University of Texas at Austin
  • Meagan Dailey, University of Hawai'i at Mānoa
  • Stanley Dubinsky, University of South Carolina
  • Ruth Duerr, University of Colorado Boulder
  • Lauren Gawne, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
  • Jaime Perez Gonzalez, University of Texas at Austin
  • Ryan Henke, University of Hawai'i at Mānoa
  • Gary Holton, University of Hawai'i at Mānoa and Alaska Native Language Archive
  • Susan Smythe Kung, Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America (AILLA), University of Texas at Austin
  • Julie Anne Legate, University of Pennsylvania
  • Richard P. Meier, University of Texas at Austin
  • Geoffrey S. Nathan, Wayne State University
  • Peter Pulsifer, University of Colorado Boulder
  • Keren Rice, University of Toronto
  • Mandana Seyfeddinipur, Endangered Languages Documentation Programme, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
  • Gary F. Simons, SIL International
  • Nick Thieberger, Pacific and Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures (PARADISEC), University of Melbourne
  • Sarah G. Thomason, University of Michigan
  • Paul Trilsbeek, The Language Archive, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
  • Mark Turin, University of British Columbia
  • Laura Welcher, Rosetta Project, Long Now Foundation 
  • Nick Williams, University of Colorado Boulder
  • Anthony C. Woodbury, University of Texas at Austin
  • University of Colorado Linguistics Faculty are welcome to attend.


WORKING GROUP ASSIGNMENTS

Working Group:
Editor Community
Working Group:
Archivist Community
Working Group:
IT/Big Data Community
Working Group:
Invested OWLs* Community
Ameka
Dailey (note-taker)
Dubinsky
Legate
Rice
Thieberger (facilitator)

Berez-Kroeker
Holton
Kung
Perez Gonzalez (note taker)
Seyfeddinipur (facilitator)
Welcher

Clement
Duerr
Henke (note-taker)
Trilsbeek
Nathan
Pulsifer (facilitator)
Simons
Gawne 
Meier
Thomason (facilitator)
Turin
Williams (note-taker)
Woodbury

*"ordinary/official/outspoken working linguist"

[note: University of Colorado participants may join any working group]

HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS FOR WORKSHOP 2

Task

Deliverable

Goal

Due Date

Leader

Research citation (in-line and bibliography; own vs other) formats across archives and subfields

Candidate list of citation formats

Unified style sheet

April

Stan [Lauren, Andrea]

Develop citation policy guidelines, as a supplement to section 5 of the LSA Ethics Statement

Draft of best practices in data citation

Citation policy guidelines


April

[Nick, Julie, Keren, Felix]

Research other repository types (IRs, Zenodo, Dataverse…)

Draft recommendations for choosing a repository

Safe locations for non-documentary linguistic data

April

Susan [Laura, Mark]

Research what kinds of data linguistics subfields would want to cite/preserve

List of data types (eg file formats), metadata needs, what kind of software needed etc.

Determine metadata and data storage needs for all subfields of linguistics

April

Mandana [Andrea, Nick W]

Update/revisit Open Language Archives Community (OLAC)

work plan for April mini-workshop

Confirm and expand standards for metadata harvesting across language archives

April

Laura/Gary S. [Nick]

Organize education delivery session at LSA conference + LSA institute; develop online instructional material.

Short educational presentation(s) (90 minutes or less) - perhaps multiple versions (90 min./20 min.) (DRAFT for review)

Educate early career folks / grad students in data management. Core curriculum.

April/

Jan

Andrea [Geoff, Keren, Susan, Mandana, Peter, Gary H]

Develop an outreach plan / spread the word about accepting large data sets as academic output (T&P) - valorization.

Gather feedback from departmental peers and deans for potential push-back; look at LSA statements & other orgs

Educate people who are involved in hiring and promotion or others with an interest in the topic.

April

Richard [Tony, Sally, Keren, Geoff, Mandana, Felix]

Sample data set

A packaged data set that serves as a proof of concept.

Start-to-finish demo of data

April

Paul [Mandana, Susan]

Delaman Award

Develop a plan for awarding a prize for best archived collection


April

Gary H, Tony, Mandana

Look at job market

survey of changes in trends for data-oriented jobs over time


April

Meagan, Ryan, Gary H, Nick W

ALT/ALS/SSILA - outreach

Awards for books--suggest citation/methods



Lauren, Andrea

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Gary Holton,
Apr 8, 2016, 11:32 AM