Baseline data for Arabic acquisition with clinical applications: E-content challenges to-date

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Author(s)Shahin K, Al-Buainain H, Alhaidary A, Al-Tamimi F, Khattab G
Editor(s)Chova, L.G., Belenguer, D.M., Torres, I.C.
Publication type Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)
Conference NameProceedings of ICERI 2010 Conference
Conference LocationValencia, Spain
Year of Conference2010
Legacy Date15-17 November 2010
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Baseline Data for Arabic Acquisition with Clinical Applications" is an international project in Linguistics and Children’s Health. The overall goal is to amass an extensive new body of knowledge about normal Arabic first language acquisition and make it available on the internet. The new online material will be used by linguistic researchers to more fully understand the developmental sequence for Arabic, essential for a fuller understanding of language acquisition as a human cognitive capacity. It will also be used by speech-language pathologists working with Arabic-speaking children to improve the quality of life of those children and their families. The geographic spread of our project team, and the project’s operating principles of transparency and accountability, require suitable and efficient electronic functionalities. We review the project's e-challenges to-date with the aim of providing a useful set of considerations for other e-based projects.
PublisherInternational Association of Technology, Education and Development
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