Please note that the PARADISEC website has been redesigned.
The new website can be found at http://www.paradisec.org.au/
PARADISEC research grants
ARC LIEF grants
- 2005 ‘PARADISEC, the Pacific and Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures: Accessibility and Decentralisation’ (Marett, Foley, Simpson et al) LE0560711
- 2004 ‘Digital archiving equipment for PARADISEC research archive of Asia-Pacific region audio recordings.’ (Marett, Foley, Simpson et al) LE0453247
- 2003 ‘Quadriga system for research archive of Asia-Pacific region audio recordings’ (Marett, Foley, Simpson et al) LE0346848
ARC Research Network Seed Funding
- 2003-2004 ARC Research Network Seed Funding SR0354738 ‘Digital Endangered Cultural Materials Network’ CIs including Barwick, Marett, Simpson, Foley. See our report.
ARC Research Network
- 2005-2008. ‘Enabling Human Communication: Tough problems in human communication with bold but informed solutions drawing on sound, speech, and language research capabilities.’ Convenors: Professors Robert Dale and Denis Burnham.
ARC E-Research SRI grants
- 2005-2006. ‘Sharing access and analytical tools for ethnographic digital media using high speed networks.’ SR0566965. Barwick, Marett, Corn and 20 others.
- 2005-2006. ‘ Distributed Access and Data Annotation for the Human Communication Sciences’ Barwick and Simpson among others.
DEST-funded national initiatives
- 2004-2006 Australian Partnership for Sustainable Repositories. Collaboration between ANU, University of Sydney, University of Queensland, the National Library and Australian Partnership for Advanced Computing under the Federated Repositories of Digital Objects programme: PARADISEC a testbed project within SORRT (Sustainable Objects Repositories for Research and Teaching)
Grangenet project grant
- 2005-6. ‘Sustainability of distributed and federated data sets in the Humanities: PARADISEC’ (Barwick)
Australian Academy of the Humanities
- 2003 Funding for PARADISEC workshop ‘Researchers, Communities, Institutions and Sound Recordings’ (Barwick and Evans)
French Australian Science and Technology Program
- 2005 ‘ Standardised methods for archiving and describing ethnographic recordings’ CIs Barwick and Michailovsky (PARADISEC and CNRS, France)