The Archive for Spoken German (Archiv für Gesprochenes Deutsch, AGD) is a research data centre for corpora of spoken German. It is part of the program area 'Oral Corpora' in the pragmatics department of the Leibniz Institute for the German language. The AGD curates corpora from research projects, archives them, and makes them available for reuse in research and teaching.
The AGD currently hosts more than 80 different corpora, including the most important resources documenting spoken German in interaction and regional variation of spoken German, such as:
The full list of corpora currently available or in the process of curation can be found under Korpora.
With the Database for Spoken German ('Datenbank für Gesprochenes Deutsch, DGD), we are developping a corpus platform for working with the oral corpora in the AGD. After a free, one time registration, the DGD offers access to 34 of the archive's corpora. In the context of the archive, we are also developping and maintaining EXMARaLDA, a system of tools for transcribing and annotating audio and video recordings, and for managing an analysing spoken language corpora.
You can find further information on depositing data with the AGD under Übernahme von Korpora. As far as our capacities allow, we offer advice and support to researchers who want to work with the archive's corpora or who are building up their own spoken language corpora. We are sorry we can currently not offer a full English version of this website. Feel free to contact us at agd _AT_ ids-mannheim _DOT_ de if you have any questions.
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