The advent of the Open Web brings linguists access to resources they
have never had before. From expansive corpora of real-world language
to open source tools created through international collaboration, the
Open Web has become a place where linguists can engage one another in
the free and public exchange of ideas and endeavor to bring the study
of language to the masses. This talk will discuss some of the new
technologies and opportunities now available to veteran and newbie
linguists alike thanks to the Open Web.
On-and-off Web developer. Recovering linguist. Supporter of Open Government and the Open Web. Budding archivist. Beatles expert. Student of life.
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