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The present paper describes the development of the languagesindanger.eu interactive website as an example of including multimedia language resources to disseminate knowledge and create educational material on less-resourced languages. The website is a product of INNET (Innovative networking in infrastructure for endangered languages), European FP7 project.(More)
The paper addresses problems of corpus building and retrieval resulting from code-switching, which is a characteristic feature of endangered language recordings. The typical appearance of code-switching phenomena is first outlined on the basis of data collected in the DoBeS 'ECLinG' project, which dealt with three endangered Caucasian languages spoken in(More)
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