This workshop with Dr. Marit MacArthur and Augusta Funk (UC Davis) will offer a brief introduction to two user-friendly slow and distant listening tools. Drift helps users visualize and quantify sound patterns in recorded speech, while Voxit helps users quantitatively analyzing sound patterns in larger numbers of recordings. Both tools can support and augment traditional close reading and close listening practices. We will invite you to share projects you hope to develop, for the classroom and/or for scholarly work.
In this workshop, led by Concordia PhD student Corina MacDonald, participants will learn several basic functions of OpenRefine and have the opportunity to transform data downloaded from the SpokenWeb Swallow dataset.
In this session, the University of Alberta SpokenWeb digital rights team will guide you through this complex process and break it down into a few, easier-to-manage steps in order to make your rights management process a success.
Join SpokenWeb Podcast sound designer Miranda Eastwood for a beginner’s workshop on audio-editing in Hindenburg.
SpokenWeb Listening Practices return to an in-person format! As collective listenings, Listening Practices encourage listeners to reflect upon how they are listening. Join us to listen to a Gwendolyn MacEwen vinyl recording in this Listening Practice held in Dr. McLeod’s Contemporary Canadian Poetry class. All are welcome.
Walking and Listening (Together and Apart): Collective Soundwalking from a Distance – A Workshop with Angus Tarnawsky (online) — Oct 07, 2022 (Events)
Join Angus Tarnawsky for an online presentation about virtual soundwalking at the Great Lakes Association of Sound Studies Conference.
Join us via Zoom on October 6, 2022 at 9:00 AM Central Time to discuss the collection that you research and to begin considering how digital annotation might shape the preservation, teaching, and argumentation about unique events in recorded literary history.
A Special SpokenWeb Collections Processing Meeting with Francisco Berrizbeitia — Feb 24, 2022 (Events)
In this session we will be presenting the first functional iteration of the interactive Wikidata annotation tool proposed on the study described in the SpokenWeb Blog post: “A Proposal for Semantic Annotations: An AI-Assisted Approach.”
Members of the SpokenWeb network will be participating in the Archival Research: Best-Practices workshop at hosted at Simon Fraser University for students of this institution.
Please join Cole Mash and the Spoken Web Community Task Force to discuss and workshop The CTF’s new draft of their Goals, Mandate, and Action Plan documentation.