CLARIN for Researchers is a on-line collection of training materials, case studies and expert contacts from the entire CLARIN network that are aimed at researchers and students of all stages who are working in the fields of Digital Humanities and Social Sciences and are interested in analyzing language data and using text processing tools that are available in the CLARIN infrastructure.
CLARIN for Researchers is a joint effort of User Involvement representatives from all CLARIN member countries that are led by the CLARIN ERIC Director of User Involvement Darja Fišer and Jakob Lenardič. You are welcome to get in touch if you have any questions about the CLARIN resources, tools, on-line training materials or upcoming training events.
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This website was last updated on 8 May 2018.
Get to know the different types of resources in different languages CLARIN makes available for researchers from digital humanities, social sciences and human language technologies. The overviews include the most important metadata and descriptions on copus size, text sources, time periods, annotations and licences as well as links to download pages and concordancers, whenever available. We also provide hyperlinks to other relevant materials such as CLARIN workshops and tutorials, as well as a list of key publications on the corpora surveyed.
Get to know the CLARIN consortia in our network one by one, find out about their signature training initiatives, discover the resources, tools and research projects they are most proud of and meet the researchers who have benefitted from their infrastructure. Join us on a virtual road tour that takes us to a different CLARIN member country every two months.
Since 2016, we have been building an on-line library of talks and tutorials from our training and academic events on the VideoLectures.NET portal, which is an award-winning free and open access educational videolectures repository. You can currently choose between over 100 videos that are synchronised with the slides from our 7 international events.
The DH Course Registry contains a selection of DH courses offered by European academic organizations. The platform for the sharing of information on DH courses has been relaunched as a joint effort of the European research infrastructures CLARIN ERIC and DARIAH-EU. Students, lecturers and researchers can search the database on the basis of disciplines, topographical information (location), ECTS credits or the academic degrees that are awarded. In addition, courses can be searched for using TaDiRAH, a Taxonomy of Digital Research Activities in the Humanities (including labels for techniques and objects) and sub-disciplines from the Social Sciences and the Humanities.
Visit the Digital Humanities Course Registry.
Download the flyer (PDF).
We are committed to enabling training opportunities for researchers at all stages and from a wide range of disciplines and are welcoming proposals to fund Master Classes, Tutorials, Seminars and Summer Schools as well as on-line training materials that are focusing on teaching how to use the CLARIN resources, tools or depositing services.
Read about past UI events funded by CLARIN.
Would you like to learn how to use a resource or tool developed at a CLARIN centre? Or would you like to learn how to integrate a resource or tool you've developed into the CLARIN infrastructure? Or would you perhaps like to develop training materials based on the CLARIN infrastructure for your students or fellow researchers? Read about how you can apply for a CLARIN Moblity Grant.
Read about how you can submit a proposal for a CLARIN mobility grant.
Read a recent blog post written by Jan Niestadt; who received the CLARIN Mobility Grant in November 2017.
We regularly collect blog posts, slides and teaching materials from all the summer schools, tutorials and workshops we fund.
Read more about the events here.
Read guest blog posts written by researchers who attend CLARIN User Involvement events and share their insights. They are a great way of following up on the topics of the events and resources used.
Click here to see the list of guest blog posts.