|dc.description.abstract||Aikuma is an Android app for collecting and sharing recordings and phrase-aligned commentaries, including respeakings and translations. Recordings are automatically synchronised between phones. A new web-based transcriber app permits a user to keyboard a transcription and a translation while listening to the source audio along with any available commentaries. These transcriptions are saved back to the phone and automatically synchronised to the other phones, for time-aligned playback. We will demonstrate the software and report on recent field experience.||en_AU|
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|dc.title||Collaborative language documentation with networked smartphones||en_AU|
|dc.contributor.department||University of Melbourne||en_AU|
|Appears in Collections:||Research, records and responsibility: Ten years of the Pacific and Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures|
|029Bird.mp3||Recording of presentation||24.97 MB||MP3|
|028.JPG||Photograph of Presenter||1.74 MB||JPEG|
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