DARCLE is a group of researchers who collect and/or analyze Daylong Audio Recordings of Children's Linguistic Environments. Some of us are practitioners, others researchers at universities or other public domains, or researchers at companies. We work on a variety of languages and countries (members in USA, Canada, UK, France, Finland, Australia). We are defined by the hope of gaining through collaboration, that is, by sharing expertise and knowledge, and cooperating in the creation of common tools and resources. We are open to people doing any kind of dense recordings (usually audio) as long as their own goals align with ours.
05-06 July, 2018, Paris, France
Learning Language in Humans and Machines.
- Susan Goldin Meadow (U. Chicago)
- Afra Alishahi (Tilburg University)
- Phil Blunsom (DeepMind, Oxford)
- Cynthia Fisher (U. Illinois)
- Michael Frank (Stanford)
- Chen Yu (Indiana U.)
- Elizabeth Spelke (Harvard/MIT)
Call for abstract open until 10th April 2018.
06-08 October, 2017, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, "Many Paths to Language" 2017. Invited on the program include Damian Blasi (Univ Zurich), Erika Hoff (Florida Atlantic Univ), and Elena Lieven (Univ Manchester)
17 July 2017, Lyon, France, "HomeBank tutorial", at IASCL 2017. (Program and materials to be announced.)
VanDam, M., Warlaumont, A. S., Bergelson, E., Cristia, A., Soderstrom, M., De Palma, P., & MacWhinney, B. (2016). HomeBank, an online repository of daylong child-centered audio recordings. Seminars in Speech and Language, 37: 128-142. doi:10.1055/s-0036-1580745
Open Access download available HERE