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Arachne, online database for archaeology

ARACHNE is the free [account creation required] object database of DAI and the Institut of Classical Archaeology in Cologne. It provides more than 1 Million images of finds, architecture and excavations with meta information as well as digitised historical literature” (http://www.ariadne-infrastructure.eu/Services/Online-Services: Find more information and help on this page). Example of Advanced Search start choice page: image

Continue with Einzelmotive (singular motifs) (gets you back into an English interface also – the field-specific explanation on the right certainly helps): image

There is auto-search completion/suggestion, however, it seems to work only for German, and very eclectic: image

2011-07-08_BILD0047b Stitch (5000x3941)

Beats having to plaster your surroundings with photos for making your own panoramas. Smiley

LRC learning resources Moodle metacourses: Our list

2013/01/18 1 comment

UPDATE: The LRC Metacourses are being rolled over to MOODLE2. Metacourses having only an OldID are currently still unavailable in Moodle2. And the student enrollment needs to be updated manually until the end of add/drop. On the upside, teachers do not need to make course available to students anymore. The LRC can do this (Metacourses for languages saying #Ref are waiting to be rolled over, tell me if you need them)..

The following LRC Moodle metacourses for teaching materials are available to LCS and ELTI  (including LRC-Resource  with training materials for using language learning technology in and outside of the LRC, as well as for independent study languages).

The naming scheme follows the course abbreviations taught in the departments that the LRC supports:

These courses appear in the Training branch of the Moodle-courses tree-menu on the left (for all study programs you teach in):

moodle-tree-resource-courses_thumb

The metacourse for a language (or field of study)  is accessible to all students studying this language during the term of their study.

MyGermanLab shortlinks and step-by-step chapter test for GERM1201, GERM1202 classes

  1. Using Internet Explorer, go here: goo.gl/JUSUC.
  2.  Log into MyGermanLab.
  3. to open your test:
    1. Click on the assignment for today on your assignment calendar to the right: image
      1. if your test does not show as assignment in the calendar (Update for proctored make-up exam: this applies espeially to you), go to the top tab: “course materials”“. Hold the CTRL key and click on the assignment
        1. either in the list on the right or
        2. at the bottom in the list on the left.image

     

    1. Enter the password that you will be given during the exam in the LRC: image, hold the CTRL key and click button: “OK”.
    2. Click  button: “start”. image
    3. Click through the pages until it tells you you have “submitted” the test.
  4. to handle multimedia:
    1. Use the headsets hanging behind the screens for questions that require listening/speaking.
    2. When you load the audio player or audio recorder, you will see  a dialogue like these, click button: ”Run” or “Trust”:mylanguagelab-certificate-blackboard-wimba-20121010_110002image
    3. There is a step-by-step guide on how to record here.
    4. If you get an error for the audio recorder saying “Authentication failed”, keep calm and carry on, your recording is not lost, you only cannot review it anymore: mylanguagelab-blackboard-wimba-authentication-failed
    5. If you have a question, do not disturb others. Rather put your headsets on and get in the queue by clicking button: “Call” in this  window image. Your call will be answered shortly.
  5. Please be advised that this exam is
    1. proctored and that your screen can be seen by the proctor at any time.
    2. randomized, so that your neighbors’ screen will most likely display your current test question at a quite different time.

Shortlinks for French phonetics classes

1

goo.gl/faI3F

sanako-study-1200;students;teachers;intro;cheatsheet;faqs;screencasts

2

sdrv.ms/1arkBnY

sanako;powerpoint;speaking

3

goo.gl/gIZpn

sanako-study-1200;students;intro;cheatsheet;faqs

4

goo.gl/G2WFr

sanako-study-1200;students;voice-insert

5

goo.gl/MnneE8

sanako-study-1200;students;teachers;intro;cheatsheet;faqs

Shortlinks for RUSS1201, RUSS1202 classes with Sanako Study 1200

 

1

goo.gl/faI3F

sanako-study-1200;students;teachers;intro;cheatsheet;faqs;screencasts

2

goo.gl/WQ3e9

russian;students;writing;teacher

3

goo.gl/gIZpn

sanako-study-1200;students;teachers;intro;cheatsheet;faqs

4

goo.gl/KOXuO

sanako-study-1200;teachers;intro;cheatsheet;faqs

Or use OSK: https://thomasplagwitz.com/tag/osk/o

Corpus del Español Actual (CEA)

  1. Example of KWIC view result: Corpus del Español Actual -- CQPweb Concordance_1335462213910
  2. Based on Europarl, Wikicorpus (2006!), MultiUN. From their metadata page:

    Metadata for Corpus del Español Actual

    Corpus name

    Corpus del Español Actual

    CQPweb’s short handles for this corpus

    cea / CEA

    Total number of corpus texts

    73,010

    Total words in all corpus texts

    539,367,886

    Word types in the corpus

    1,680,309

    Type:token ratio

    0 types per token

    Text metadata and word-level annotation

    The database stores the following information for each text in the corpus:

    There is no text-level metadata for this corpus.

    The primary classification of texts is based on:

    A primary classification scheme for texts has not been set.

    Words in this corpus are annotated with:

    Lemma (Lemma)

    Part-Of-Speech (POS)

    WStart (WStart)

    The primary tagging scheme is:

    Part-Of-Speech

    Further information about this corpus is available on the web at:

    http://sfn.uab.es:9080/SFN/tools/cea/english

  3. To use, consult the IMS’s brief description of the regular-expression syntax used by the CQP and their list of sample queries. If you wish to define your query in terms of grammatical and inflectional categories, you can use the part-of-speech tags listed on the CEA’s Corpus Tags page.
  4. Also provides frequency data (based on word forms or lemmas, and others  – up to a 1000): Corpus of Contemporary Spanish frequency interface
  5. Examples of a frequency query result (click for full-size image. Note that a lemmatized list was requested here which links all inflected forms back to the lemma, and vice versa, upon clicking the lemma, displays a KWIC view containing all forms subsumed under that lemma, see picture above):

Links explaining Copyright

  1.  Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Academic and Research Libraries. A librarian’s write-up that can also be very useful for Learning Centers that handle learning material media (but would it be possible to run this through MS-Word to “down-design” and add a table of contents instead?).
  2. Notable:
    1. “It is fair use to make digital copies of collection items that are likely to deteriorate, or that exist only in difficult-to-access formats, for purposes of preservation, and to make those copies available as surrogates for fragile or otherwise inaccessible materials. LIMITATIONS: Preservation copies should not be made when a fully equivalent digital copy is commercially available at a reasonable cost.  Libraries should not provide access to or circulate original and preservation copies simultaneously”.