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The annual Estonian Digital Humanities conference is a key event attended by both Estonian and European scholars in DH and a perfect place to address the challenging issues related to the interaction of scholars within different fields.
In the midst of a winter landscape, at Vilnius, Lithuania, the workshop Hacking the GDPR to Conduct Research with Language Resources in Digital Humanities and Social Sciences took place on 7 December 2018.
Tour de CLARIN highlights prominent User Involvement (UI) activities of a particular CLARIN national consortium. This time the focus is on Estonia and Marin Laak, a senior researcher and principal investigator of the Estonian Literary Museum.
Read the blog post written by members of the CA2LI research team about the study day entitled ‘Lier recherche et formation professionnelle : des corpus à l'interface’ (Corpora at the interface between research and vocational training)
Read the most recent CLARIN Newsflash: November 2018 here
All submitted talks at this workshop are to be submitted and presented by a humanities researcher and a digital expert.
CLARIN poster "Transcending Scientific Boundaries across SSH Research focusing on Parliamentary Data" has been awarded 2nd place in poster competition
Save the date for CLARIN2019: 30 September, 1-2 October !
Blogpost about the Seminar on Speech and Language Technology Tools, a HunCLARIN UI event that took place in Szeged, Hungary on 19 October 2018.