[RNLD] IMPORTANT: (date amendment) Melbourne Linguistics in the Pub Monday 20th June 2016
schlossberg.jonathan at gmail.com
Tue Jun 14 23:33:30 EDT 2016
Please note that the previous Linguistics in Pub announcement contained the
incorrect date. It is actually to be held this coming Monday (20th June
2016), NOT today. All other details are correct, but the full, amended,
announcement is repeated below.
Please accept our sincerest apologies for any confusion or inconvenience.
Announcement: Melbourne Linguistics in the Pub *Monday 20th June 2016*
*Topic: Social Media and Language Documentation*
*Leading the discussion: Peter Schuelke, University of Hawaii*
There is great potential for language documentation and conservation
through social media sites. The potential benefits include corpus building,
community participation, and effect on language attitudes. While the
benefits are many, ethical issues are raised including new challenges to
consent and considerations towards anonymity.
Social media is a largely untapped resource in the language documentation,
maintenance, and revitalization fields. The goals of this discussion are to
introduce a few examples of social media use in language documentation and
conservation and address it's potential benefits and challenges.
Date: *Monday 20th June, 2016*
Time: 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Venue: Function room (upstairs)
*Address: *272 Lygon St, Carlton VIC 3053
*Phone: *(03) 9347 7299
http://www.unihotel.com.au/ (menu available online)
LIP is an occasional gathering of language activists and linguists in
Melbourne and is coordinated by the MLIP committee: Ruth Singer, Stefan
Schnell (Melbourne Uni) and Harriet Sheppard, Jonathan Schlossberg, Alan
Ray, Giordana Santosuosso, Jonathon Lum (Monash Uni)
Contact Ruth Singer (University of Melbourne) with any questions:
*rsinger at unimelb.edu.au
<rsinger at unimelb.edu.au>*
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