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LING 506L. Media Technology for Linguistic Research. 1 Credit.

Specialized hardware and software tools for linguistic research on spoken or signed languages (recording, analyzing, and presenting data), with focus on digital images, audio and video, as well as transcription and annotation tools for text analysis. Each student focuses on tools for either signed or spoken languages, with separate sections for each; the class may be retaken for credit if the focus is different. Intended to be taken alongside LING 506 Field Methods, but can also be taken independently, as it is also useful in preparation for several other courses, such as Acoustic Phonetics, Sign Language Phonology, Sign Language Morphosyntax, and for a thesis that involves language date collection or language documentation. Repeatable to a maximum of 2 credits. SS.

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