EMCA Teaching Resources
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Tutorials & Introductory Talks
- Data Sessions
- CASE advisory on equipment for recording and analysing in CA
- Charles Antaki’s resources, Lectures on analyzing talk and interaction:  and his online CA tutorial 
- Paul ten Have: “Doing CA”, A slide show; a 11-slide introduction, based on my book Doing conversation analysis, for a ‘master class’ at the University of Southern Denmark, Odense, 20 May 2009: a downloadable exe-file that can be played on any computer or a pdf-file with the text of the slides
- Nick Llewellyn’s resources: http://llewellyn.nick.googlepages.com/tutorial Notes and demonstration on analysing observational real time data
- Richard Ogden’s Praat tutorials: https://www.york.ac.uk/language/current/resources/praat/ Video demonstrations of Praat software, how to navigate, use for typical analyses, and create stills.
- Manny Schegloff’s homepage, includes transcription module: http://www.sscnet.ucla.edu/soc/faculty/schegloff/
- Elizabeth Stokoe: Conversations, Categories, and Applications: Methods for Analysing Interaction, Teacher's College, Columbia , March 23rd, 2011 Video
- Learning How to Look and to Listen : Videos from a conference to document and illustrate the basic patterns of visual and auditory attention that are employed by researchers (e.g. Chuck Goodwin, Jürgen Streeck, John Haviland, Barbara Rogoff, Wolff-Michael Roth, Jasmine Ma, Mark Sicoli, and Sarah Jean Johnson) who use video to study social interaction.
- Centre for Applied Interaction Research (University College London),Introductory reading lists, software for audio and video data manipulation, guidelines for transcription: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/cair/resources_folder
- CLAN:software for the transcription, coding, analysis, and sharing of transcripts of conversations linked to either audio or video media: https://dali.talkbank.org/clan/
- ELAN software - multimedia annotator: http://www.mpi.nl/tools/
- Transana: Qualitative analysis software for video and audio data: http://www.transana.org
- Shotcut: Video editing software - and a howto by Dr. Joe Ford: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLg0Wf9RlqvSDf9J9I2rirb5Ah1y8wXBd4
- See the new EMCA Course Materials page.
- Talkbank communication databases (take care to read the ground rules/conditions of use): http://ca.talkbank.org
- CLAPI Corpus de LAngue Parlée en Interaction (take care to read the ground rules/conditions of use): http://clapi.ish-lyon.cnrs.fr/
- DGD Datenbank für Gesprochenes Deutsch. Sign up required, please read rules/conditions of use: https://dgd.ids-mannheim.de
EMCA in Other Languages
- Samtalgrammatik Resources in Danish, including teaching resources. https://samtalegrammatik.dk/
- Jack Sidnell’s CA glossary: http://individual.utoronto.ca/jsidnell/Sidnell.CAoverview.html
- Manny Schegloff’s homepage, Includes publications archive and transcription module: http://www.sscnet.ucla.edu/soc/faculty/schegloff/
- An article for a qualitative researcher readership introducing the ideas of conversation analysis, with accessible illustrations and a reading list, written by Celia Kitzinger and Merran Toerien: http://www.aqr.org.uk/indepth/summer2009/
- An online resource via ‘E-Source research’ written by John Heritage about conversation analysis, slanted towards conversation analytic research on medical settings, includes exercises for readers: http://www.esourceresearch.org/tabid/382/default.aspx
- There's a great bibliography of Social Studies of Science by Michael Mair, Christian Greiffenhagen and Wes Sharrock - full of EM/CA references, and very useful for relating EM/CA to the broader literature on that topic.
See also EMCA-relevant Media
Videos for use in lectures/presentations
Useful clips to send to students
- Emily Hofstetter's excellent series of videos introducing CA concepts.
- Suggested by Jack Bilmes:
- Nice video explanation of why AI/Robotics struggles with indexicality, reference & dialogue: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06jt7j4