CLARIN-IT Café Espresso - This is CLARIN-IT, how can we help you?

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General information

This edition of the CLARIN Café is organized by CLARIN-IT and is a virtual event at the AIUCD 2021 conference.

A full overview of the Café sessions scheduled can be found on the CLARIN Café page.

Date: 19 Januar 2021
Time: 14:00 - 16:00 (CEST)
Venue: CLARIN virtual Zoom meeting


About 

This CLARIN Café will be a "Café Espresso", with short presentations by various members of CLARIN-IT

CLARIN-IT will present the CLARIN infrastructure, dedicated to language resources, and the Italian consortium, highlighting the advantages of joining CLARIN and how the various groups have benefited from CLARIN and contributed to its activities.

The opportunities for the AIUCD community will also be discussed, with particular reference to what CLARIN-IT services can offer to those participating in national (PRIN) and international projects.

The event will be bilingual, with presentations and discussion in either Italian or English. 


Video recordings and presentation slides

  • To be added

How to join

To attend the CLARIN-IT Café Espresso, Registration (free of charge) to AIUCD 2021 is required by 17:00, 15 January 2021.


Programme 

Introduction

  • Francesca Frontini (ILC-CNR, CLARIN Board of Directors)

CLARIN-IT - Presentation of the Consortium

  • Monica Monachini (ILC-CNR, CLARIN-IT National Coordinator)

Resources and Tools for the Italian Language

  • ILC4CLARIN, the Italian CLARIN B-Centre, Riccardo Del Gratta (ILC-CNR, ILC4CLARIN Repository Manager)
  • ParlaMINT, the Debates of the Italian Senate in a Large Multilingual Parliamentary Corpus for the COVID Era, Giulia Venturi (ILC-CNR)
Regional Languages and Speech Archives
  • Eurac Research CLARIN Centre: Opening the Door for Corpus Research, Egon Waldemar Stemle (IAL-EURAC)
  • Oral Archives and CLARIN-IT. What Has Been Done, and Where Are We Going?, Silvia Calamai (DSFSUCI-UniSI) & Francesca Stamuli ( -TOS)
Digital Classics
  • More "Tea for Two": through the Looking-Glass, and What ALIM and CLARIN Found There, Marina Buzzoni (UniVE)
  • CLARIN-IT and Ancient Fragmentary Texts: a New Digital and Critical Edition for Ancient Greek Poetry, Anika Nicolosi (UniPR)
  • No CLARIN, No Resource. Mapping the CIRCSE Research Centre to CLARIN, Marco Passarotti (CIRCSE-UniCatt)
This is CLARIN-IT, how can we help you?
  • CLARIN-IT Work Plan for 2021, Monica Monachini (ILC-CNR, CLARIN-IT National Coordinator)
  • We Need You to Help You: Let's Engage with CLARIN-IT!, Valeria Quochi (ILC-CNR, CLARIN-IT User Involvement Manager)

Discussion and Questions from the Public

Conclusion and Greetings