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The corpus comprises two types of speech resources, the first containing spontaneous speech material of four children at their early age – from one to three years old, and the other comprising stories based on a series of pictures with 90 children at pre-school age from three to six years old.

 
 
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In this issue: New C centre, Updated CLARIN discovery service to support eduGAIN, New release of the CLARIN Identity Provider, New version of the Language Resource Switchboard, Security issue in SimpleSAMLphp, Maintenance announcements

 
 

Darja Fišer has recently taken up the post of Vice Executive Director of CLARIN ERIC.

 
 

The British Association for Applied Linguistics organized a workshop on Data-Driven Learning on 8 June 2018 at Coventry University. At the workshop, Martin Wynne gave an introduction to CLARIN, and distributed fliers. There were 44 people in attendance.

 
 

This year the European Summer University in Digital Humanities “Culture and Technology” (ESU) celebrated its 10th anniversary. 

 
 

Nadezda Okinina, the developer of the Trans&Anno, led a CLARIN workshop about the tool during the 5th Learner Corpus Research conference in Warsaw. 

 
 

Experts on NLP tools for working with historical documents met in Berlin in September for a CLARIN workshop to exchange ideas, experiences about tools and methods.

 
 

The IMPACT Centre of Competence in digitisation, founded in 2012, is a non-profit organisation that aims at making digitisation of historical texts better, faster and cheaper.

 
 

The BTB-Pipe language pipeline for Bulgarian has been developed incrementally over the last twenty years, starting with the Bulgarian-German BulTreeBank project for the creation of a Bulgarian treebank. 

 
 

Read the most recent CLARIN Newsflash: October 2019 here