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16 May 2019

Plenary 14: Call for Sessions, Collocated Events, Posters and Registration Now Open!

Taking place from 23-25 October 2019, the 14th RDA Plenary will take place in Dipoli, the nature-immersed building of Aalto University, Helsinki, in Finland, “one of the happiest countries in the world”, states Per Öster, CSC-IT Center For Science Director and Co-Chair of the P14 Programme Committee.

 

24 Jan 2019

RDA P13 Session Accepted - Linguistics Data IG: Citation of research data for linguistic publications

Dear group,
Congratulations! Your session application - Linguistics Data IG:
Citation of research data for linguistic publications - has been
approved and will appear in the RDA Plenary 13 Programme.  Please
consider this your official notification of acceptance.
The detailed Plenary 13 programme will be published online by 11
February, 2019, and your scheduled session time will be published in the
programme. The programme will also include the link to your meeting web

10 Aug 2018

Registered Reports_Re: [linguistics_data] Of Interest: Registered Reports in Linguistics, an open initiative

Dear Lauren and all
An important initiative, many thanks.
I wanted to add that *Language Learning* accepts Registered Reports and we
have several such manuscripts in our pipeline. The journal publishes
research on the learning of languages (first, second, Lx) from all
theoretical perspectives. We are keen to receive manuscripts with strong
linguistics underpinnings (*Google Scholar *ranking in Language &
Linguistics #2; *ISI 5 yr* ranking in Linguistics: 7/176).
For more information, please see:
a short Editorial

09 Aug 2018

Of Interest: Registered Reports in Linguistics, an open initiative

Dear LDIG members,
Timo Roettger of Northwestern University has put together an initiative to encourage more linguistics journals to adopt Registered Reports (RRs).
You can read more about the initiative, and participate, by going to this Google Sheets document: www.bit.ly/lingregrep
From the document:

16 Apr 2018

Of interest: Cross Linguistic Data Formats

LDIG members Simon Greenhill and Robert Forkel (Max Planck Institute for
the Science of Human History, Jena) share the following message and the
attached paper on Cross Linguistic Data Formats. They invite LDIG members
to either comment here or visit the github repository
to comment, where any discussions become
open and archived with the CLDF documentation for posterity!
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We’ve been thinking hard about how best to store cross-linguistic data that
follows best practices.

16 Apr 2018

Of interest: Transparency and replication in Applied Linguistics

LDIG member Emma Marsden (University of York) shares the following message
and the attached papers on the subject of reproducible research methods in
applied linguistics. Please feel free to comment here, and to visit the IRIS
repository!
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We wondered if you might be interested in some relevant initiatives and
publications within the close sister discipline of applied linguistics?
1) The repository IRIS www.iris-database.org, which began in 2011 at the

07 Mar 2018

Data citation and metadata standards in linguistics: Asynchronous meeting invitation

Dear LDIG members,
 
We are holding the second online asynchronous meeting of the Linguistics Data Interest Group (LDIG) from today until March 16. We hope to hold these meetings 2-4 times a year, as a way for you to help shape the direction of the group and its work, and to ensure the experiences of a wide range of linguists are reflected in the LDIG outputs.
 

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