Together with colleagues around the world, I am trying to develop experimental protocols, stimulus materials, and data collection techniques that can be used in situations where (psycho-)linguists cannot rely on their usual tools of the trade: laboratory equipment and proprietary software, large and comparatively homogeneous groups of literate participants, and the databases and other resources that are available for well-researched languages and cultures. We want to collaborate with researchers in similar situations and share tools, resources, and information via this website and workshops.

Sonja Eisenbeiss                       email: sonja.eisenbeiss@googlemail.com
University of Cologne             Twitter: @SonjaEisenbeiss

http://languagegamesforall.wordpress.com/ (elicitation/language games)

Some of the research and resources on this webpage have been created in collaborations with colleagues in the University of Cologne, the University of Essex, JNU in Delhi, the University of Botswana, the University of Konstanz, the Max-Planck-Institute for Psycholinguistics in Nijmegen, SOAS in London, and other institutions, some of it funded by UKIERI, the JNU-Essex-Development-Fund, the Konstanz-Essex-Development-Fund, the University of Essex Teaching and Learning Innovation Fund, and the Max-Planck-Society.

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