The Language Documentation Research Cluster provides technical resources and laboratory space for projects and investigators currently involved in efforts to study, document, and/or revitalize minority and endangered languages.
The LDRC houses office space for staff and students working on these and other projects as well as a shared computer laboratory. The Alberta Phonetics Laboratory, located directly upstairs, is also part of the LDRC and provides additional facilities for phonetic data collection and high quality recording and digitization. The LDRC aims to provide hands-on experience and training to students and members of speaker-communities interested in the preservation of minority languages.
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