SoundsOnline.ca: A collaborative web portal for sound studies online
with Dr. Stephanie Archer
Wednesday, October 26, 2022
In-person at the Sound Studies Institute
Old Arts Building and Convocation Hall
Click here for the livestream
The goal of this project is to create a web portal for collaborative research on the perception and production of sound. The intent of this web portal is meant to house several studies under one website. Participating laboratories within the Sound Studies Institute can use this as an efficient way to gather data while recruiting new participants for online studies. Our aim is to provide a simple platform to engage participants across cultures and socio-economic status, thereby finding interest in the science of sound, and bring new participants to our campus.
This talk will include why we started up this web portal, the composition of the website, some examples of studies, and the future of SoundsOnline.ca.
Stephanie Archer (Ph.D.) is an assistant professor at the Department of Linguistics at the University of Alberta. She is a developmental psycholinguist and the director of the Little Magpies Lab for Infant Language Learning. The lab focuses on the perception and production of infant and toddler language development. She has experience with audio-visual methodologies across ages (infants, children, and adults). She also leads the Child and Infant Research Participation (ChIRP) group in which researchers, who are interested in child development, work together to learn more about how we grow as humans.