Please refer to this page for up-to-date information about our upcoming Spring 2022 Partnership General Meeting, including PGM schedule, agendas, important reminders and logistical updates.
The 21C Partnership Spring PGM and Workshops will be a hybrid event to accommodate the varying schedules and capacities of our participants. Details on locations and virtual attendance are still being determined. Please check back for updates.
ACCOMMODATIONS & TRAVEL
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TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES
Monday, June 6
- Partner Introductions and Presentations: 9AM – 5PM (including 2 hour lunch break)
Tuesday, June 7
- Partnership Council: 10AM – 12PM (including 2h lunch break)
- Workshop A: 2PM – 5PM
Wednesday, June 8
- Workshop B: 9AM – 12PM
- Workshop C: 2PM – 5PM
PARTNER INTRODUCTIONS & PRESENTATIONS
On this day, participants will have the opportunity to introduce themselves and share their Partnership-relevant research and work activities. Presentations will run for ~20 minutes for individual and partner presentations and more time is allotted for presentations from the Indigenous Language Community Partners. Scheduling of the presentations will be based on availability.
During this Council, we will report on the Y3 finances, follow up on outstanding items from the Winter PGM, and discuss matters for the mid-term report. If you have any items that you would like to raise during the Council, please contact us and we will do our best to accommodate suggested topics of discussion.
WORKSHOPS & TUTORIALS
The dates and time for each of the workshop themes are yet to be determined. Please check back for updates.
- How Language Technology can be Harnessed in Language Education
- Possibilities of Speech Technology in Language Revitalization
- Keyboards, Spell Checkers, and Morpheme Completion: Writing Indigenously on Mobile Devices
- Demonstrations of Morphodict and the Speech Database