Sign Language Acquisition, Annotation, Archiving and Sharing (SLAAASh)

Posted on 08.01.2021 - 21:47 by Julie Hochgesang
Sign Language Acquisition, Annotation, Archiving and Sharing (SLAAASh) is a four-year project (2015-2019) intended to systematize annotations and make available to researchers a set of previously recorded longitudinal spontaneous production ASL data with accompanying metadata, annotations, and descriptive analyses. Annotation conventions have been inherited from prior projects as detailed in Chen Pichler, Hochgesang, Lill-Martin & Quadros (2010) but revised based on current best practices for sign language documentation (Chen Pichler, Hochgesang, Lillo-Martin, 2015). With the help of the technical team that built the NGT Signbank, a signbank has been developed for ASL (Hochgesang, Crasborn, and Lillo-Martin, 2017).

More here: https://slla.lab.uconn.edu/slaaash/#
https://aslsignbank.haskins.yale.edu

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Hochgesang, Julie; Lillo-Martin, Diane (2020): Sign Language Acquisition, Annotation, Archiving and Sharing (SLAAASh). figshare. Collection. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.c.5236682.v2
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Sign Language Acquisition, Annotation, Archiving and Sharing

National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders

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