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Citation and attribution of archived data: guidelines of the Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America

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Title: Citation and attribution of archived data: guidelines of the Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America
Authors: Kung, Susan
Perez Gonzalez, Jaime
Keywords: data citation
attribution
Linguistics
Issue Date: 06 Jan 2017
Abstract: Today great quantities of research data are publically available for re-use, and most academic fields are becoming aware of the need to establish recommendations for how these data should be cited so that the data creators get proper attribution for their work. To this end, AILLA has developed Citation Guidelines that provide detailed citation examples of the different hierarchical levels of AILLA's holdings, including collections (organized materials based on individual collectors), resources (materials organized around a speech event), and individual files. These Guidelines differentiate in-text and bibliographic citations. Furthermore, each collection and resource page on AILLA provides instructions for how it should be cited. In this poster, we explain AILLA's Citation Guidelines, we show how--when followed--these guidelines give appropriate credit to the various contributors of the data and allow for easy access to the data in the archive, and we demonstrate the proper implementation of these guidelines in linguistic literature.
Description: Poster: Today great quantities of research data are publically available for re-use, and most academic fields are becoming aware of the need to establish recommendations for how these data should be cited so that the data creators get proper attribution for their work. To this end, AILLA has developed Citation Guidelines that provide detailed citation examples of the different hierarchical levels of AILLA's holdings, including collections (organized materials based on individual collectors), resources (materials organized around a speech event), and individual files. These Guidelines differentiate in-text and bibliographic citations. Furthermore, each collection and resource page on AILLA provides instructions for how it should be cited. In this poster, we explain AILLA's Citation Guidelines, we show how--when followed--these guidelines give appropriate credit to the various contributors of the data and allow for easy access to the data in the archive, and we demonstrate the proper implementation of these guidelines in linguistic literature.
Sponsor: This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under grant SMA-1447886.
Pages/Duration: 1
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/43569
Rights: Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 United States
Appears in Collections:Presentations from the Linguistic Society of America symposium and poster session on Data Citation and Attribution in Linguistics, 5-9 January 2017, Austin TX



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