The next Bridging the Unbridgeable lunch lecture will take place on 21 October 2014, at 13:00 in Lipsius 308. During this session Amanda Delgado Galvan, a PhD candidate at LUCL, will introduce the language annotation tool ELAN and show how it can be used in language research.
ELAN is a tool that allows you to create, edit, visualise and search annotations for video and audio data. It was specifically designed for the analysis of languages and it can be used by anyone who works with video and audio data for the purposes of annotation, documentation and analysis.
All those interested in the topic are welcome! Bring your own lunch!