Don't Let Your Data R.I.P.: How Archiving Your Language Data Gives It New Life

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Date Created:
2011
Conference:
GIAL Academic Forum March 31, 2011
Extent:
35 slides
Description:
Popular perceptions often equate an Archives with a morgue – a resting place for old documents & curiosities that have passed their usefulness/purpose. In reality, an archives is a hub for data discovery, dissemination, and preservation. SIL archivist, Jeremy Nordmoe, will share thoughts on what archiving is all about and what linguists in particular need to know about their own language data.
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Finished (not designed for publication)
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Subject:
publishing
metadata
copyright
asset management
Archiving
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Entry Number:
40451