The twelfth international Corpus Linguistics conference (CL2023) will be held at Lancaster University from Monday 3 July 2023 to Thursday 6 July 2023. The main conference will be preceded by a workshop day on Sunday 2nd July.
Currently, the conference is planned as a face-to-face event; online participation for non-presenters will also be possible.
Visit the conference website to read the call for papers and learn about presentation formats, including the list of themes.
CLARIN Contribution to CL2023
Pre-conference workshop, 2 July 2023: 'What can you do with the CLARIN research infrastructure?'
This workshop focused on practical issues for how corpus linguists can benefit from CLARIN. After a brief overview of the CLARIN infrastructure, participants were shown how to access and search the existing corpora and tools in the CLARIN research infrastructure, and how to embed or deposit their own resources and tools in one of the infrastructure's centres.
The organisers presented examples of key resources and tools, such as those from the ParlaMint project.
- CL2023 Workshop Intro (Paul Rayson)
- CL2023 Introduction to CLARIN (Martin Wynne)
- CL2023 ParlaMint Workshop (Dario Del Fante)
- CL2023 Tutorial Handout - Linguistic Patterns
- SSHOC CLARIN Handout
- Martin Wynne, 'Corpus Analysis Tools: a Resource Guide'