The Linguistic Anthropology Lab comprises a seminar room and a workroom for collaborative and independent work. The seminar room features a large 4K display, and the workroom contains computer workstations with a variety of hardware and software to facilitate transcription and annotation work.
Hardware includes Mac and PC computers, dual-monitor displays (including free-standing displays for laptops), open desk space, standing desks, noise-cancelling headphones, over-ear headphones, and foot pedals. Software includes F4 + F5 (USB), InqScribe, Adobe Acrobat Pro DC, and RX 5 Audio Editor.
Suggestions for improving lab resources are always welcome. Please contact the lab coordinator with inquiries.
Links to tutorials (recommended watching)
Notes on tutorials from C Nakassis.
Introductory Guide: Elan How-To
Further instructions can be found here, under “Documentation”.
Introductory Guide: Wordsmith Getting Started
Further instructions can be found here.
Bibliography of reference materials for conducting interviews.
Guide assembled by Anna W. Collection of links to software, articles, and techniques for time and project management, reference management, writing, and so on.