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DARCLE (Daylong Audio Recordings of Children's Lingustic Environments) is a group. This site helps scientists gathering and studying naturalistic datasets of recordings of infants/parents interactions for the purpose of understanding language development. We are open to people doing any kind of dense recordings (usually audio) as long as their own goals align with ours (see below). We are a group of people who are working with (collecting and/or analyzing) daylong recordings with the goal of measuring language 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.