As the COVID-19 dynamics are preventing the CLARIN community from conducting face-to-face activities, we warmly invite funding proposals for the preparation of virtual events and other creative formats that could contribute to the continued outreach to communities of use. The standard application guidelines may not fully match the requirements of virtual formats, but for the time being we ask applicants to just convincingly summarise their plans in a format of their choice. If you have any questions about how to prepare your proposal, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
General introduction to the CLARIN calls
CLARIN has developed a number of funding and support instruments which are meant to address strategic priorities that require cross-country collaboration, exchange of expertise, training or mobility. Below the links, the currently open calls can be found. In case new topics will be identified that would benefit from funded contributions from the community, new calls for Expressions of Interests (EoI) may be launched. They will be announced in the CLARIN newsflash and this section of the CLARIN website. (In case you want to suggest a topic for which an EoI could be initiated, please get in touch.)
Resource Families Project Funding
In the context of the CLARIN Resource Families initiative, CLARIN is welcoming Expressions of Interest for small projects that could help improve the curation process of the language resources and tools.
CLARIN welcomes proposals for workshops that are addressing a topic that is in line with one or more of the strategic priorities of CLARIN.
User Involvement Funding
CLARIN is committed to enabling training opportunities for researchers at all stages and from a wide range of disciplines and is 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.
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 have developed into the CLARIN infrastructure? Or would you like to set up a teacher exchange and teacher training programme? Consider applying for a mobility grant.
CLARIN Trainer Network Programme
We invite applications for participation in the CLARIN Trainer Network programme. The CLARIN Trainer Network is a group of experts who carry out training events at prominent summer schools, conferences, COST Actions, etc. in disciplines and communities relevant for CLARIN.
CLARIN Training Suite
We welcome proposals for the CLARIN Training Suite, the aim of which is to build a collection of training materials that can be reused and adapted by lecturers in the CLARIN network in both formal and informal educational settings.
Virtual Events Support
CLARIN has acquired extensive experience in the organisation of virtual events. Given the positive feedback received, CLARIN has decided to put its expertise to the service of its community. CLARIN can provide different kinds of support to virtual event organisers who are representatives of CLARIN members or observers countries, or affiliated with CLARIN centres.