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K-BLP Officially Recognized as CLARIN Knowledge Centre

Submitted by Linda Stokman on

CLARIN ERIC is proud to announce that CLARIN Knowledge Centre for Belarusian text and speech processing (K-BLP) is officially recognized as a CLARIN K-Centre.

K-BLP is based at the Speech Synthesis and Recognition Laboratory, the United Institute of Informatics Problems of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Minsk. The K-centre provides users knowledge for text, speech and other data processing for languages, especially for the Belarusian language. The centre also offers a wide-ranging user support, guidelines and instructions for each service and material.

The main target audience of K-BLP are researchers and enthusiasts in humanities and digital humanities with an interest in different aspects of linguistics and computational processing of language. 

Visit the K-BLP website


Becoming a K-Centre 

Have you considered to have your centre recognized as a CLARIN K-centre, either on your own or together with other partners (possibly in other countries)? You can do so with not too much effort, and you can do so even if you are not active in CLARIN yet, and even if you are not in a CLARIN member country. For more information about Knowledge centres and how to establish one, please have a look at the page on knowledge centres. It is also possible for an institution to join an existing distributed K-centre as one more partner if you have expertise in the same area.