Sound Files Online
The sound files for many of our MICASE transcripts are available here, organized by speech event type. Some transcripts may not have a sound file available because of privacy restrictions or poor sound quality.
To listen to a sound file, first select a filename (e.g. Honors Advising - Part I) in one of the players below and then hit the play button. Once you have selected a sound file you can also view the corresponding transcript by clicking Open Transcript in New Window.
The history, purpose, and ideas behind the corpus of academic speech.
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The sound files for many of our MICASE transcripts are available here, organized by speech event type.
These findings using MICASE data, give us a glimpse into the world of academic speech.
Explanation of tags, colors, punctuation, and other mark-ups used in our online transcripts, as well as word counts and number of transcripts by categories.
Our how-to use MICASE information complied into one downloadable document.
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A list of publications, presentations and teaching materials using MICASE (1999-present).