情報資源一覧

Center for Language resource and information of indigenous languages in and around Indonesia
SHIOHARA, Asako;Yanti 情報資源タグ:
http://ntt-lang.aa-ken.jp/
A website providing information and resources of minority languages of the NTT (Nusa Tenggara Timur) Province in Indonesia. As of 2016, resources of 9 languages, namely Manggarai, Lio, Sika, Lamaholot, Rote, Kambera, Kui, Kupang, and Melayu are available.
Online Corpus of Songhyay Language
SAKUMA, Yutaka 情報資源タグ:
http://songhay.aa-ken.jp/
This is the corpus of the Songhay (Zarma) language, which I recorded in the rural area of western Niger from 2004 to 2007, transcribed by the official orthography (Arrêté N°02152/MEN/SPCNRE du 19 Octobre 1999 fixant l'orthographe de la langue SONAY-ZARMA,) and translated into English and Japanese.
Online Sliammon Texts
WATANABE, Honoré 情報資源タグ:
http://sliammontexts.aa-ken.jp
Texts in Sliammon, a Salishan language spoken in Canada. Audio files are also available.
Tibetan NomaDic Portal and Dictionary of Tibetan Pastoralism
HOSHI, Izumi 情報資源タグ:
http://nomadic.aa-ken.jp/
This website hosts a learners’ portal for Tibetan pastoralism and an e-dictionary of the Dictionary of Tibetan Pastoralism, compiled by a joint research project (Team NomaDic) of ILCAA, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies. The service is currently available only in Japanese. An English language version will be issued soon.
Online text of Ainu collected by Suzuko Tamura
OKUDA, Osami;YAMAKOSHI, Yasuhiro 情報資源タグ:
http://ainugo.aa-ken.jp/
This website contains online text of the Ainu language with Japanese translations. It was collected by Suzuko Tamura. Audio recordings were provided for each sentence.
Turkic Basic Vocabularies (Phase 4)
KOGURA, Norikazu;KAZAMA, Shinjiro 情報資源タグ:
http://turkbv.aa-ken.jp/index.html
This database provides the basic vocabularies of Turkic languages with audio. The database is now available in English and Chinese, in addition to Japanese. Resources from two languages (Tsarig-Yugur and Salar) have been added, and now the database provides 23 variants (dialects and written resources) from 12 languages.