The video recordings from the from the 7th CLARIN Annual Conference in Pisa are now published on the Videolectures platform.
The CLARIN Annual Conference is the main annual event for those working on the construction and operation of CLARIN across Europe, as well as for representatives of the communities of use in the humanties and social sciences. This event in 2018 was organized by CLARIN ERIC in collaboration with the Institute for Computational Linguistics (ILC) that is part of the Department of Social Science and Humanities, Cultural Heritage (DSU) of the National Research Council of Italy (CNR).
The conference took place in Pisa, Italy from Monday, 8 October to Wednesday, 10 October 2018.
Speech and gestures: computational linguistic studies | Costanza Navarretta
CLARIN from different angle
Presentation by CLARIN Italy | Monica Monachini
State of the Technical Infrastructure | Dieter van Uytvanck
Thematic session: Multimedia, Multimodality, Speech
EXMARaLDA meets WebAnno | Hanna Hedeland
Media Suite: Unlocking Archives for Mixed Media Scholarly Research | Roeland Ordelman
Parallel session: CLARIN in Relation to Other Infrastructures and Projects
A Platform for Language Teaching and Research (PLT&R) | Maria Stambolieva
Curating and Analyzing Oral History Collections | Cord Pagenstecher
Parallel session: CLARIN Knowledge Infrastructure, Legal Issues and Dissemination
Processing personal data without the consent of the data subject for the development and use of language resources | Penny Labropoulou, Aleksei Kelli
Toward a CLARIN Data Protection Code of Conduct | Erik Ketzan
Parallel session: Use of the CLARIN infrastructure
Multilayer Corpus and Toolchain for Full-Stack NLU in Latvian | Artūrs Znotiņš
Can the Computer, and the Public, do the Metadata Work? | Karen Cariani
Parallel session: Design and construction of the CLARIN infrastructure
Discovering software resources in CLARIN | Jan Odijk
Versioning with Persistent Identifiers | Martin Matthiesen
Interoperability of Second Language Resources and Tools | Elena Volodina
Tweak Your CMDI Forms to the Max | Rob Zeeman