INTER-VIEWs: Curation of Interview Data

Description

A corpus of 250 interviews from the Living Oral History Workbench enriched with commentary in the Oral History Annotation tool, developed by the Centre for Language and Speech Technology (CLST) at the Radboud University Nijmegen. All 250 interviews are searchable through a fragment finder and can be annotated. These annotations can be shared with other researchers, making the interviews available and easier accessible for a much wider range of researchers in the humanities in general and in linguistics in particular. The Annotation Tool is only available for scientific research and only after approval by the Veterans Institute.

Tool type

Resources

Tool task

corpus

Key words

data, corpus, multi-media/multi-modal, mono-lingual

Research domain

History, Oral History

Language

Dutch

Country

Netherlands

CLARIN centre

Meertens Institute

Contact person

Dr Henk van den Heuvel (Nijmegen University)

URL

http://wwwlands2.let.kun.nl/spex/annotationtool

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