Teaching with CLARIN

Welcome to our new CLARIN platform, which encourages the integration of CLARIN resources, tools and services into the curricula of SSH-related disciplines. Here, teachers and lecturers are able to publish training materials in open access, share best practices in teaching, and reach out to those who would like to reuse the work prepared by their colleagues.

With many courses having moved online, the richness and robustness of CLARIN’s distributed virtual infrastructure have been a lifeline for many lecturers, researchers and students. This section showcases some early examples of courses and teaching materials collected via the Teaching with CLARIN call. It aims to acknowledge and present the efforts made by teachers, lecturers and trainers throughout the CLARIN network, who have worked hard to meet educational needs.

The training materials below can be downloaded and are suitable for reuse. Please carefully check the license before integrating the content into your course or university curricula. Furthermore, the materials have been added to the SSH Training Discovery Toolkit, which has been set up to improve the discoverability of training resources developed in Social Sciences and Humanities.

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Training Materials

Author: Tuomo Hiippala
Faculty of Arts, University of Helsinki, Finland
Keywords: language technology, digital humanities, tutorial, beginner, spaCy, Stanza, Universal Dependencies, introduction
Author: Anika Nicolosi and Beatrice Nava
University of Parma, Italy
Keywords: Ancient Greek, Fragmentary poetry, Textual criticism, Text annotation, Data science

Author: Erik Axelson
Faculty of Arts, University of Helsinki, Finland
Keywords: morphology, weighted finite-state networks, two-level rules, xfst, lexc, twolc
Author: Diana Maynard
Faculty of Engineering, University of Sheffield
Keywords: Natural Language Processing; Machine Learning; GATE; social media analysis; disinformation; online abuse detection; Python; Deep Learning; information extraction; digital humanities; corpus linguistics; annotation

Author: Zuzana Neverilova 
Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University, Czech Republic
Keywords: digital humanities, data-driven research, digital content processing, text processing, image processing, metadata, word embeddings, evaluation, research infrastructures

Author: Mietta Lennes
Faculty of Humanities, University of Helsinki, Finland
Keywords: phonetics, acoustic phonetics, speech analysis, research methods

Authors:¬†Jurgita Vaińćenonienńó,¬†Jolanta Kovalevskaitńó,¬†Erika Rimkutńó
The Faculty of Humanities, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania
Keywords: Lithuanian language, data-driven learning, collocation teaching, collocation learning, translation of collocations

Author: Rachele Sprugnoli
Università degli Studi di Parma
Keywords: NLP, computational linguistics, linguistic annotation, language technology, digital humanities
Author: Silvia Calamai and Rosalba Nodari
Faculty of Languages for Intercultural and Business Communication, University of Siena, Italy
Keywords: legacy data, oral archives, transcription, legal and ethical issues
Authors: Esther Hoorn and Henk van den Heuvel
The University of Groningen, the Netherlands
Keywords: GDPR, legacy data, re-use, Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA)

Authors: Darja Fiser and Kristina Pahor de Maiti
Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Keywords: parliamentary proceedings, parliamentary corpora, language and gender, digital humanities

Authors:¬†Ajda Pretnar ŇĹagar,¬†Kristina Pahor de Maiti,¬†Darja FiŇ°er
Institute of Contemporary History, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Keywords: Topic modelling, LDA, parliamentary debates, text mining
 

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