Long-term archiving with ÖAW Publisher
Parts of our raw materials are stored according to TAFV in an orderly and hierarchical manner in the intranet of the ÖAW publisher in the designated folders of the respective language varieties and topics. For access, you need your username and password at the ÖAW.
Web repository LaZAR of the Friedrich Schiller University (Jena)
Field researchers are invited to store and elaborate their material in the Web repository LaZAR of the Friedrich Schiller University (Jena).
Besides this, a share server (Ethnothesaurus/ISLSSL, Jena University) allows the communcation between contributors.
Structure of the material:
- Annotation (Mappa Campi, ELAN files, excel content files, word files, srt files)
- year_month_day (unit no.) Region - Narrator Short content [order of naming from big to small]
- 2016_04_30 (8) Trabzon - Kaplanoglu About tobacco production
Phonogrammarchiv of the Austrian Academy of Sciences
Parts of our raw materials are stored and annotated according to international standards at the Phonogrammarchiv of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (Vienna). Founded in 1899, it is the world’s oldest sound archive. Its key tasks are to generate, collect and catalogue audio-visual research recordings from all disciplines and regions, to preserve them in the long term, and to make them permanently available.