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The Glossa search system is an advanced, user-friendly interface for searching in written text and transcripts of audio or video.

 
 

CLARINO is the common infrastructure for language databases in Norway, having an impact primarily on the Language Sciences, but also enabling substantial research potential in other SSH disciplines, as well as in industrial research and development, for instance through multilingual technologies.

 
 

The CLARIN Knowledge Centre for Polish Language Technology (PolLinguaTec) aims to provide knowledge on the application of tools and systems for natural language analysis, especially Polish, within Digital Humanities and Social Sciences.

 
 

In this Tour de CLARIN blog post, we present an in-depth interview with Aneta Nedyalkova, who is an MA student of Bulgarian philology. Under the auspices of CLaDA-BG, she is working on an associative dictionary of verbal expressions.

 
 

Mikel Iruskieta is a computational linguist who is part of the Ixa Research Group and the Didactics of Language and Literature Department at the University of the Basque country. He has collaborated with the CLARIN IMPACT K-Centre, which has helped him and his colleagues digitize Basque texts.

 
 

CLaDA-BG regularly organizes seminars and dissemination activities that are aimed at presenting the infrastructure to researchers with backgrounds in the Humanities, such as history, ethnography, library science, and museology.

 
 

The Knowledge Sharing Infrastructure Committee of CLARIN ERIC organized a workshop on the experience of representatives from national consortia with the integration of CLARIN content into university programs. 

 
 

Blog post about the CLARIN seminars on legal issues that were organised to enhance competencies relating to legal aspects of language research and strengthen interdisciplinary cooperation within CLARIN.

 
 

The corpus comprises two types of speech resources, the first containing spontaneous speech material of four children at their early age – from one to three years old, and the other comprising stories based on a series of pictures with 90 children at pre-school age from three to six years old.

 
 
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In this issue: New C centre, Updated CLARIN discovery service to support eduGAIN, New release of the CLARIN Identity Provider, New version of the Language Resource Switchboard, Security issue in SimpleSAMLphp, Maintenance announcements