Some website changes

There’ve been a couple small changes to this site–

1) anybody can now post a comment, but if they aren’t logged in then they have to do a CAPTCHA to be able to post. If you are logged in but the CAPTCHA is appearing anyway, please let me (Elise) know, and I can change the settings again to try to fix that.

2) only people with accounts can edit the wiki. To get an account, just email , and Gretchen will set you up with one!

3) we’re making a name for ourselves! Choose the name you like best, or suggest something new in the comments below.

ETA: The votes are in! This post declares us the Mi’gmaq Research Partnership, barring any strong objections.

What should we call ourselves?
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About Elise

Elise got her BA in Linguistics from McGill in 2012, having written her undergraduate thesis about Mi'gmaq possession. She spent that summer working closely with the teachers at the Listuguj Education Centre, and learned a lot! She was lucky to be able to spend two years devoting her time to the various programs run through this blog, and working at the McGill Prosodylab. Now, she's working on her MA in Linguistics at the University of British Columbia.

5 thoughts on “Some website changes

  1. What about something with “Language” in it? Like Mi’gmaq Language Research Group or Mi’gmaq Language Research Partnership or something?

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