My name is Nicola Carty, and I'm a PhD student at the
University of Glasgow. I'm researching second language
acquisition, and I'll soon be beginning my data collection,
which will involve recording language learners performing a
number of oral tasks.
Once I've collected my data, I'll be transcribing and coding for
morphosyntactic analysis, but I'll also be asking raters to
perform audio analyses, and assess whether or not they think
the learners are producing accurate target language sounds.
I've heard some good things about the Zoom H2 portable
recorder, and I was just wondering if you think this would be a
suitable recorder to use for my research.
Thanks for any advice,
That sounds like it would be a fine piece of equipment.
Any good digital recorder would work though.