Duisburger Arbeiten zur Sprach- und Kulturwissenschaft

Band 87:
Stickel, Gerhard / Váradi, Tamás (Hrsg.): Language, Languages and New Technologies. ICT in the Service of Languages. Contributions to the Annual Conference 2010 of EFNIL in Thessaloniki. 231 S. - Frankfurt am Main / Berlin / Bern / Bruxelles / New York / Oxford / Wien: Lang, 2011.
ISBN: 978-3-631-63536-0

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[Buch] IDS-Bibliothek: Sig. F 380

The development of smaller and more powerful computers and the introduction of new communication channels by the interlinking of computers, by the Internet and the World Wide Web, have caused great changes for linguistics. They affect the methods in the various disciplines of pure linguistics as well as the tools and ways of applied linguistics such as translation and interpretation, language teaching, learning, and testing. This volume presents general reflections and overview articles on these new developments by noted experts followed by reports on the concrete uses of information technologies for linguistic purposes in different European countries and at the European Parliament. A discussion of another important linguistic issue is added: the various uses of the highly symbolic term national language.


a) Opening
Kazazis, John Nikolaos:
  Welcome address S. 11
Rengakos, Αntonios:
  Welcome notes S. 13
Stickel, Gerhard:
  Αυοιγμα / Opening IDS-Publikationsserver
S. 15
b) General reflections
Kirchmeier-Andersen, Sabine:
  Language technology for language institutions
What kind of technology do languages institutions use – what kind of resources can they provide?
S. 21
Váradi, Tamás:
  The relevance of language technology infrastructures: national and European initiatives S. 33
Koutsogiannis, Dimitrios:
  ICTs and language teaching: the missing third circle S. 43
Paolillo, John C.:
  Language, the Internet and access: do we recognize all the issues? S. 61
Berg, Guy:
  Babel life – Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologien im Dienste der Mehrsprachigkeit bei den Organen und Einrichtungen der Europäischen Union S. 77
c) Reports on various countries
Casado Velarde, Manuel / Sánchez León, Fernando:
  Notes on Real Academia Española's tools and resources S. 87
Ó Cearnaigh, Seán:
  A brief report to Information Computer Technologies in Ireland S. 95
Cucchiarini, Catia / van den Bosch, Linde:
  Medium-sized languages and the technology challenge: the Dutch language experience in a European perspective S. 103
Dąbrowska, Anna / Piotrowski, Tadeusz:
  Information Computer Technologies and the Polish language S. 117
Gavrilidou, Maria / Labropoulou, Penny / Piperidis, Stelios:
  National Report on Language Technology in Greece S. 125
Grouas, Thibault:
  Présentation de la Recommandation “Langues et internet” du Forum des droits sur l'internet S. 135
Meister, Einar:
  Human Language Technology developments in Estonia S. 139
Nuolijärvi, Pirkko / Suutari, Toni:
  The landscape of the Finnish language research infrastructure S. 153
Gustafsson, Anna Maria / Nuolijärvi, Pirkko:
  Multilingual public websites in Finland S. 161
Koeva, Svelta:
  Natural Language Processing in Bulgaria (from BLARK to competitive language technologies) S. 173
Rögnvaldsson, Eiríkur:
  Icelandic language technology: an overview S. 187
Witt, Andreas / Schonefeld, Oliver:
  Informationsinfrastrukturen am Institut für Deutsche Sprache IDS-Publikationsserver
S. 197
d) Panel discussion
Dendrinos, Bessie / Baldi, Jean-François / Beltrami, Pietro G. / Pisarek, Walery / Theodoropoulou, Maria:
  Panel discussion: The symbolism of the notion of national language S. 215
Contacts S. 227
EFNIL: Members and associate member institutions S. 229