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Notice: The East Wing of the Main Library is closed until 3pm on Wednesday, June 19, as we continue major construction work.  We apologize for this inconvenience. For more information or for assistance accessing library resources, please visit any of our information desks, or call 517-355-2333.
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Devin Higgins's Staff Profile

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517-884-4665
366 W. Circle Dr.
Mailstop 13
East Lansing, MI 48824-3700

Devin Higgins

Assigned Unit

  • Digital Development and Strategies: Head of Digitial Development and Strategies (Librarian II - Continuing)

Subjects:

  • Text Mining
  • Digital Humanities
  • Python Programming
  • Metadata
Publications:
Author(s): Catherine Ryu, Benjamin Furman, Devin Higgins Notes: Tone Perfect, a Mandarin Chinese (MC) audio database developed by an interdisciplinary team at Michigan State University (MSU), was launched in August 2017 as a digital collection and open access dataset to support teaching and research that pertain to MC. This article provides an overview of how the research team, the audio production team, and the digital repository team collaborated to build the database (tone.lib.msu.edu/), which includes an exhaustive catalogue of monosyllabic sounds in MC (410 in total) in four tones (410 x 4 = 1,640) pronounced by six native MC speakers. Publication Date: 2021-10-01 Volume: 2 Issue: 1 URL: https://doi.org/10.21428/f1f23564.bfd58d68 Journal: Interdisciplinary Digital Engagement in Arts & Humanities