REDE SprachGIS (2022/2023)

Course code
cod wi: DT000562
Name of lecturer
Stefan Rabanus
Coordinator
Stefan Rabanus
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3
Academic sector
L-LIN/14 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - GERMAN
Language of instruction
English
Location
VERONA
Period
Anno accademico 2022/2023 Dottorato di ricerca dal Oct 1, 2022 al Sep 30, 2023.

Lesson timetable

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Syllabus

TEACHER

Matthias Hahn and colleagues (Universit├Ąt Marburg)

COURSE CONTENTS

Regionalsprache.de (REDE) is a long-term research project at Marburg's Forschungszentrum Deutscher Sprachatlas that aims to investigate the modern regional languages of German. It is funded by the Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur (Mainz). The creation of the online platform www.regionalsprache.de, a research-centered information system for linguistic geography, is one of the main objectives of the REDE project (project description). The website offers access to (1) digitized linguistic atlases, (2) audio recordings, (3) Wenkerbogen, (4) regionallanguage databases. The heart of our REDE platform is the application REDE SprachGIS. It allows you (1) to access speech maps, audio recordings, Wenkerbogen, and the Georeferenzierte Online-Bibliographie zur Areallinguistik (GOBA), (2) to create maps (e.g. by importing and visualizing spatial data records), (3) to publish maps online and export map images. In searching for Wenker surveys, audio recordings, and literature, you can also make use of the catalogues listed on the side bar. There are various step-by-step instructions and helpful texts available for using the REDE SprachGIS.

Note: please register for the first day's videoconference (basic module) here
The advanced module of the second day will be taught by Matthias Hahn in the classroom in Verona. For details of the programme see also flyer published here

TEACHING HOURS/CREDITS: 12h/3 credits

WHEN/WHERE

12 October 2022, 9.00-16.45 (videoconferenze)
13 October 2022, 9.00-1645 (classroom)
UniVR - Aula Co-working

READING

https://www.regionalsprache.de/SprachGIS/Map.aspx

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