Native Languages of the Southwest at UT Arlington
From the 2012 Oklahoma Breath of Life Workshop; the Alabama group, with UT Arlington Linguistics &Student Lori McLain Pierce

Department of Linguistics & TESOL | The University of Texas at Arlington

CoLang 2014: Institute on Collaborative Language Research



FLEx 2


FLEx 1 or an understanding of the concepts covered in FLEx 1.

Location: Library 315A
Week 2: Tuesday, June 24-Friday, June 27
Period 1: 8:30-10:00 am

GENERAL: Build on existing foundation of knowledge from FLEx I course. Learn what you can do with your database after it’s created, such as using FLEx as an analytical tool, bulk editing, sharing your database, how to make your database a resource for non-linguists, entering meta data, etc.

WRITING SYSTEMS: Focused on how to configure phonetic/academic orthography and language-based orthography. Includes how to insert special characters and some information about keyboards.

LEXICON: Focused on other features within the Lexicon menu. This includes bulk edit (bulk copying of fields, bulk replacement), and reversal indices (entering reversal entries, using reversal indices for your dictionary).

TEXTS WORDS: Focused on using these features in Texts Words for analysis. This includes concordance, morpheme analysis (breaking down words into morphemes in interlinear texts) [more?]

GRAMMAR, NOTEBOOK, and LISTS: Focused on exploring the other three menus in FLEx. Building a simple grammar, such as inputting phonemes and rules, using the notebook menu as scratch paper and using Lists to generate thematic word lists.

SHARING DATA: How to import and export data and entries.

FLEx II Links
FLEx II Backup


Juliet Morgan - Click here to view her biography.
Kent Rasmussen - Click here to view his biography.