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We are pleased to announce that the IDS Mannheim in Mannheim and the Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen have been assessed

 
 

To further the construction and integration of its technology components, CLARIN is looking for a System and Software Engineer (0.6 - 1 FTE). Application deadline: 29 May.

 
 

We are happy to announce the launch of the  CLARIN Ambassadors Programme. The aim of the programme is to raise awareness about and encourage participation in CLARIN ERIC in disciplines and communities that are not yet fully integrated in CLARIN.

 
 

In 2017, CLARIN carried out a pilot exploring the possibilities of integrating Europeana Collections’ material into its infrastructure and thus opening up new possibilities for the discovery and linguistic processing of textual cultural heritage content for a social sciences and humanities research audience.

 
 
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In this edition: Upcoming assessment round, Centre meeting 2019: updated programme, New C-centre: SADiLaR, Review CoreTrustSeal, Virtual Language Observatory 4.6, Virtual Collection Registry 1.3, Data & Service announcements from our centres, CMDI Best Practices guide: updated version available, Past issues, Maintenance announcements

 
 

The CLARIN Mobility Grant made it possible for Wilbert Heeringa to visit Sprakbanken, compare tools and exchange knowledge and ideas. The visit took place from 28 January to 1 February 2019. Read about it in his blog post

 
 

The SWELANG knowledge centre is an information service offering advice on the use of digital language resources and tools for Swedish and other languages spoken in Sweden, as well as other parts of the intangible cultural heritage of Sweden.

 
 

The CLARIN Federated Content Search, CLARIN-FCS 2.0, has been released. This is a new major release, that brings groundbreaking new features and capabilities to the linguistic search of corpora. The goal of CLARIN-FCS is to introduce an interface specification that makes it possible to search different repositories of text within a unified framework by decoupling the search engine functionality from its exploitation and to allow services to access heterogeneous search engines in a uniform way.

 
 

CLARIN-PL representatives Justyna Wieczorek and Jan Wieczorek visited UNISA and SADiLaR, South Africa. The main purpose of their visit was to conduct a workshop on the use of the WordNetLoom tool for the development of the African Wordnet.