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We are happy to announce that Sweden has now joined CLARIN ERIC.


CLARIN welcomes 2 new members!


Many researchers in the digital humanities will have heard of CLARIN, and the efforts to build a persistent, reliable and sustainable infrastructure for language resources and tools.


CLARIAH, a Dutch consortium of Humanities research institutes, is to receive a grant of 12 million euros from The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO).

The Institute for Dutch Lexicology, the CLARIN Centre Vienna and the Meertens Institute have now received the official CLARIN B centre certificate.
Seat of the European Parliament in Strasbourg. Source: Wikipedia


'VLO 3.0' has now reached the beta stage and now is publicly available

CLARIN ERIC is happy

Martin Wynne participated in a recent workshop in Würzburg on using large-scale text collections for research. The workshop was organised as part of the activities of NeDiMAH, the Network of Digital Methods in the Arts and Humanities.

In december 2013, the European Commission launched a public consultation as part of its on-going efforts to review and modernise EU copyright rules.