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Katarzyna Klessa and Anita Lorenc are experimental phoneticians who have prepared a Polish corpus of disordered speech, which has been released in a GDPR-compliant manner in collaboration with the K-ACE Knowledge Centre. 

 
 

In this Tour de CLARIN post, we present an interview with Eva Gredel and Yana Strakatova, both of whom have successfully collaborated with CLARIN-D.

 
 

One central focus of CLARIN-D is the support of early-stage researchers in the Digital Humanities. Read all about it in the blog post written by Nathalie Walker.

 
 

WebLicht is an environment for building and executing chains of natural language processing tools, with integrated capabilities for visualizing and searching the resulting annotations. WebMAUS is a web service for automatic word and phoneme alignment.

 
 

The national consortium CLARIN-D has been contributing to the European CLARIN research infrastructure since 2008. 

 
 

Read the blog post about the K-Centre for Atypical Communication Expertise (ACE ) and its mission is to support researchers engaged in investigating what can be characterised as atypical communication.

 
 

Tour de CLARIN visits the CLARIN-UK consortium. The UK has been an observer of CLARIN since 2015 and is now almost half-way through its second three-year period. 

 
 

Dr Beate Eder Jordan is a literary scholar focusing on minority and Roma literature at the University of Innsbruck in Austria. She has succesfully collaborated with the Phonogrammarchiv Knowledge Centre in the RomArchive (20152019) project.

 
 

The Phonogrammarchiv of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is a research archive which houses large collections of sound and video recordings from all across the world.  The Phonogrammarchiv became a CLARIN Knowledge Centre in 2015 and is part of the Austrian CLARIN group within the CLARIAH-AT Consortium

 
 

Yvonne van Baal is a PhD student in linguistics who has has successfully used resources and tools developed at the CLARINO Text Laboratory