Courses using Language Explorer
Here is a list of educational centers we know of which are teaching Language Explorer, usually in a Field Methods (data management) class.
“We are using the field works program in our field methods class here at IU in the Linguistics dept. It is absolutely perfect as the language we are working with is Bantu, so the examples in the help file are perfect and we are able to coordinate the agreement patterns using the affix templates so that the program just parses perfectly.” ~ Abbie Hantgan
Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics
GIAL was the first school to teach Language Explorer, having started teaching it in October 2006.
Canada Institute of Linguistics
CANIL started to teach Language Explorer in September 2007.
- LIN 580 Field Methods: Data Management & Analysis
European Training programme
ETP started to teach Language Explorer in September 2007.
- Dr. Tsvi Sadan, senior lecturer in Hebrew linguistics at Bar-Ilan University (Israel), held a Language Explorer workshop in July 2007. See also his
Unofficial Guide to Language Explorer. He is planning to hold a similar workshop again.
Alliance Graduate School
Applied Linguistics: Computer Use in Data Management
The Summer Institute of Linguistics at the University of North Dakota started to teach Language Explorer in summer 2008.
Relevant course: SIL-UND Field Methods