Workshop 2

Workshop 2: April 8-10, 2016 -- Austin, Texas


LOCATION
The workshop will be held in the Julius Glickman Conference Center in the College of Liberal Arts building (off 23rd St. and San Jacinto Circle), on the campus of the University of Texas, Austin. 
We will be in Rooms CLA 1.302 A-D.

 
 



PROGRAM
FRIDAY April 8
MORNING
9:00-9:30        Berez-Kroeker, Holton, Kung, Pulsifer: Introductions and opening remarks
9:30-10:00      Duerr: State of the art in data citation
10:00-10:30    Berez-Kroeker, Holton, Kung, Pulsifer: Recap of Workshop 1

10:30-10:50     Coffee break

10:50-11:20     Pulsifer: Introduction to our Task Forces and the Dynamic Document
11:20-12:15     Task Force Session A: Who is our Task Force and What is our Task?
                        (Get acquainted; introduce ourselves in relation to your Task Force; talk about our big-picture issues and values; start to read the DynaDoc if there's time)

12:15-1:20        Lunch

AFTERNOON
1:20-1:30        Ameka, Legate, Rice, Thieberger: Presentation of homework
1:30-1:45        Dubinsky: Data citation formats draft proposal
1:45-2:10        Hooshiar & Berez-Kroeker: Data types across linguistic subfields
2:10-2:25        Trilsbeek & Kung: Case study: Citing archived resources in a Language publication
2:55-3:25        Dailey & Henke: Data management in the job market at graduate education 
3:25-3:45        Coffee break

3:45-4:30        Attribution and advancement discussion with a Provost and Dean
                       Margaret Winters, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, Wayne State University
                       Randy L. Diehl, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, UT-Austin
4:30-5:00        Task Force Session B
5:00-5:30        Group discussion

6:00-?              Group dinner at Gabriel's Cafe in the AT&T Executive Education & Conference Center: 1900 University Avenue.

SATURDAY April 9
MORNING
9:00-9:15        Setting tasks for the morning
9:15-10:00      Task Force Session C
10:00-10:30    Group discussion

10:30-10:50     Coffee break

10:50-11:30     Task Force Session D
11:30-12:00     Group discussion

12:00-1:00        Lunch 

AFTERNOON
1:00-1:15        Setting tasks for the afternoon
1:15-2:45        Task Force Session E: Final meeting; finish up DynaDoc draft; prepare to present.

2:45-3:00       Coffee break

3:00-5:00        Task Force presentations, followed by group discussion

Evening          Dinner on your own. List of local eateries.

SUNDAY April 10
MORNING
9:30-11:30       Task Force Session F: Finish up last points, come up with next tasks
                        Voting on next tasks
                        Final discussions
                        Goodbye!


PARTICIPANTS
  • Felix Ameka, Leiden University
  • Helene Andreassen, TROLLing, UiT The Arctic University of Norway  
  • Anthony Aristar, University of Texas at Austin
  • Helen Aristar-Dry, University of Texas at Austin
  • David Beaver, University of Texas at Austin
  • Andrea Berez-Kroeker, University of Hawai'i at Mānoa
  • Hans Boas, University of Texas at Austin
  • Brian Carpenter, American Philosophical Society
  • Shobhana Chelliah, University of North Texas
  • Lauren Collister, University of Pittsburgh
  • Megan Crowhurst, University of Texas at Austin
  • Meagan Dailey, University of Hawai'i at Mānoa
  • Stanley Dubinsky, University of South Carolina
  • Ruth Duerr, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and Ronin Institute
  • Colleen Fitzgerald, National Science Foundation
  • Jaime Perez Gonzalez, University of Texas at Austin
  • Ryan Henke, University of Hawai'i at Mānoa
  • Gary Holton, University of Hawai'i at Mānoa 
  • Kavon Hooshiar, University of Hawai'i at Mānoa 
  • Tyler Kendall, University of Oregon
  • Susan Smythe Kung, Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America (AILLA), University of Texas at Austin
  • Julie Anne LegateUniversity 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
  • Loriene Roy, University of Texas at Austin
  • 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
  • Jessica Trelogan, University of Texas at Austin
  • Paul Trilsbeek, The Language Archive, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
  • Laura Welcher, Rosetta Project, Long Now Foundation 
  • Margaret Winters, Wayne State University

TASK FORCE ASSIGNMENTS
 Task Force:
Principles & Guidelines
Room B
 Task Force:
Citation Formats & Stylesheets
Room D
 Task Force:
Attribution for Academic Credit
Room A
 Task Force:
Education & Outreach
Room C
 Rovers
Duerr
Hooshiar (note-taker)
Kendall
Legate
Nathan
Simons
Thieberger (facilitator)
Welcher

Aristar
Beaver
Carpenter
Crowhurst
Dubinsky (facilitator)
Perez Gonzalez (note-taker)
Trilsbeek


Aristar-Dry
Henke (note-taker)
Meier
Winters
Rice (facilitator)
Roy
Ameka
Andreassen
Boas
Chelliah (facilitator)
Collister
Dailey (note-taker)
Fitzgerald
Seyfeddinipur
Trelogan
Berez-Kroeker
Holton
Kung
Pulsifer



ONE-DAY WORKSHOP ON OLAC, MONDAY APRIL 11

We are planning a one-day workshop on the future of the Open Language Archives Community (OLAC) on Monday April 11, 9AM-5PM. 
Participants in the Data Citation workshop are invited to attend.


We are planning several discussion sessions. Discussion topics include:
  • New work on a language resource type vocabulary, expanding OLAC's 3-term "linguistic type" vocabulary (lexicon, primary text, language description), to develop a vocabulary that is comprehensive enough to anchor the specification of an application profile for language resource description;
  • Increasing and improving OLAC membership (identifying new archives that could participate in OLAC; assisting current members to improve their metadata quality score);
  • The future of the standards and services for language archiving. 

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