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07
March
2018

Data citation and metadata standards in linguistics: Asynchronous meeting invitation

by Helene N. Andreassen

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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17
January
2018

New Publication - Reproducible research in linguistics: A position statement on data citation and attribution in our field

by Andrea Berez-Kroeker

Dear LDIG Members, Happy new year to all! We have a few pieces of LDIG-related news to share. First, we would like to draw your attention to a new publication that was part of the founding motivation for setting up the Linguistics Data Interest group. *Reproducible research in linguistics: A position statement on data citation and attribution in our field* https://doi.org/10.1515/ling-2017-0032 The abstract is below. The article is Open Access, so please share with
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17
January
2018

Spam issue path forward

by Lynn Yarmey

Dear Linguistics IG, My apologies for the recent spam. The Secretariat has been identifying and removed the spam posts and users as soon as we see them, however in the past few weeks spammers have been using new techniques which we have been underprepared to address. We are working on this issue and will have it resolved as quickly as possible. I won’t bother you all again with notifications, but wanted to share our approach with your group. Please let me know if you have any questions, and many thanks for your patience! Lynn ----------------
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12
December
2017

Austin Principles of Data Citation launched! Thanks and next steps

by Andrea Berez-Kroeker

Dear Linguistics Data Interest Group members, We’re pleased to announce that the Austin Principles of Data Citation in Linguistics have now been added as an ‘output’ to the LDIG page. Thanks to everyone at the 10th Plenary in Montreal, and those who gave feedback online around that time as well. We’re really pleased with how the current version looks. Next Steps Now that we have the Austin Principles as a resource, the LDIG can work towards increasing awareness of the principles of good linguistic data
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28
September
2017

Of possible interest: call for contributions the first editions of Humanités numériques

by Bridget Almas

Hello all, I think it would be good for the field (and for the data) if more DH papers focused on data. So I'm disseminating this call for contributions to the first two issues of /Humanités numériques, /a new French journal from Humanistica devoted to the use of the digital in the humanities and social sciences. Submissions are accepted until December 15, 2017. Read the full appeal at http://www.humanisti.ca/revue-humanites-numeriques/ Best Bridget
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18
September
2017

Tuesday 19th September - LDIG meeting at RDA plenary 10 - remote participation welcome

by Lauren Gawne

Dear LDIG participants, The LDIG will hold its first meeting at an RDA plenary, and we have arranged for remote participation if you would like to join us. The meeting will be tomorrow, Tuesday 19th September 16:00 - 17:30 Montreal time (Eastern Time Zone). The remote login can be accessed by using the link on the Workshop page (when logged in): https://www.rd-alliance.org/ig-linguistics-data-rda-10th-plenary-meeting
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30
August
2017

Linguistics Data Interest Group online asynchronous ‘meeting’

by Lauren Gawne

Dear RDA LDIG members, We are holding our first online asynchronous group ‘meeting’ of the Linguistics Data Interest Group (LDIG) from today until the 6th of September. 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. The meeting document is an editable online Google document, and has four aims: 1. Get feedback on the Austin Principles of Data Citation
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25
January
2017

Your group is all set

by Lynn Yarmey

I am sending this out to the ***@***.***-groups.org email as a test. If you get it, your group is ready to go! https://www.rd-alliance.org/groups/linguistics-data-interest-group Many thanks again, and please let me know how I can help your group going forward. All the best, Lynn ---------------- Lynn Yarmey Director of Community Development Research Data Alliance/US RDA Secretariat
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