DELAMAN Award
The DELAMAN Award recognizes and honours early-career documenters who have done outstanding documentary work in creating a rich multimedia documentary collection of a particular language that is endangered or no longer spoken. “Early-career” is defined as
(a) a university-based documenter with a PhD awarded January 1, 2015 or later; or
(b) a non-university-based documenter who has been employed by or affiliated with a language-community-based project since no earlier than January 1, 2015.
If an entire team of documenters is nominated, all documenters must meet this definition of "early-career."

To be eligible, the language documentation collection must be archived and made accessible in a DELAMAN archive (with no or only minimal access restrictions), and it must provide rich audio and video documentation, keywords, comprehensive metadata, and explanatory material or guides, as well as transcription, translation and annotation of a subset of the AV collection.

Collector name *
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Collector email *
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Nominator name *
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Nominator email *
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DELAMAN Archive where collection is located *
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URL, DOI or other Persistent Identifier of collection *
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Language(s) documented in the collection (including ISO 639-3 codes) *
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A brief description (< 500 words) of the contents / coverage of the collection, including types of documentation; genres; size of collection (hours/minutes of audio video); amount (hours/minutes) and level of transcription, translation & annotations. *
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If the collection is part of a larger group project clearly indicate which part of the collection was created by the nominee (< 250 words). *
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An explanation (< 500 words) of the significance of the collection, identifying what makes the collection an outstanding example of an archival endangered language collection. *
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Collector CV (Please provide a link to the document, posted either on a webpage or in a file share program). *
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